If proper installation, maintenance and use are adhered to, wood stoves are safe to use in homes and businesses. Qualified professionals are generally regarded as the best way to safely install and maintain a wood stove. More »

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A wood stove requires a minimum 36-inch clearance from any combustible material on the top, sides, back and front of the device. If the stove is on legs, there should be a minimum of 6 inches of open space between the bo... More »

Home Depot does not offer pellet stove installation, as of 2015. Home Depot offers many other installation services related to its products, but only sells pellet stoves. More »

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All Blaze King wood stoves are approved for mobile homes, as of 2015. To be safe, the stoves must be installed properly, which means using side shields, rear shield or fans, a fresh air kit and double wall stove pipe. Bl... More »

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Gas plumbing is anything that has to do with the installation and maintenance of natural gas lines and pipes for homes and businesses. Some of the most common gas plumbing projects are for water heaters, fireplaces, stov... More »

Garage heaters are safe, as long as proper precautions are taken during installation and general use. As of 2015, certain types of garage heaters have built-in safety features, such as an auto power shut-off when knocked... More »

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Gas parlor stoves rely on direct ventilation and a connection to a gas line or bottled gas; homeowners able to create a vent through a ceiling or sidewall can complete the installation without specific training. Running ... More »

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