There are a lot of options when it comes to decorating the walls surrounding your wood-burning stove, including stone, brick, and tiles. You can also consider adding a faux panel or fireback for extra effect. The most important consideration is ensuring that your walls have enough air circulation between them so that heat does not escape unnecessarily from your fireplace and increases the risk of house fires. Walls shields over fire-resistant wall spacers are common but only if you have unprotected bare wood or sheetrock walls around a wood stove are fire hazards; they must be protected with an adequate amount of thermal protection such as porcelain tile which is extremely heat resistant.
What is the best paint for a wood stove?
The best paint for a wood stove is the one that will not chip, crack or peel off over time.
This means it needs to be high-quality paint and also durable. One way to ensure durability is by using a primer before painting your stove.
Which type of paint should I use for my woodstove?
The type of paint you should use for your wood stove depends on the quality of the paint and stove. Generally, exterior paints are good for use on stoves because they have a higher level of durability.
Paints that are appropriate for wood stoves include:
- Alkyd-based paints
- Interior paints
- Oil-based paints
- Latex polyester based paints
- Enamel/glass paint with acrylic resin as the binder and clear, matte finish for better protection against UV damage to stoves.
How much space is there between a stove and a cabinet?
There is a lot of space between the stove and the cabinet. The total distance from the back edge of the counter to the front edge of the stove is 30 inches, while there are 16 inches between it and the cabinet.
What clearance is required around a wood-burning stove?
The clearance around a wood-burning stove is 12 – 16 inches. It could be higher for more elaborate stoves, but generally, it should not exceed 18″, and usually even less than that if you plan on setting up your cabinet under the chimney so that there are no sparks from above coming into your house!
Why do chimneys need to be outside the house?
Chimneys need to be outside the house because of fire safety. The chimney flue is designed to carry smoke from the fireplace, oven, or other fuel-burning appliance up and out of the home.
If the chimney is inside, then it would be harder for firefighters to reach people inside in case of a fire.
Another reason why they are not allowed to be inside is that if they were inside there would be an increased risk of carbon monoxide poisoning because the smoke would come into contact with fumes produced by the combustion process.