Wednesday, September 18, 2019

SE36 Lennox Fireplace - Discontinued*

SE36 Lennox Wood Burning Fireplace

*PRODUCT DISCONTINUED - This page is for informational purposes only.

With a wide range of installation opportunities and decorative elements, the SE36 can be styled to suit the taste of any homeowner.

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The SE36 wood-burning fireplace makes a classic addition to any home. With a wide range of installation opportunities and decorative elements, the SE36 can be styled to suit the taste of any homeowner.

Features

  • Realistic refractory interior with rounded edges for a finished look
  • 16"-deep firebox
  • Large opening provides an expansive view of the fire
  • Pre-installed bi-fold doors and decorative rigid firescreen provide greater safety
  • Zero clearance on back, sides and top for greater decorating flexibility
  • Easy-access chimney damper
  • Heavy-duty steel grate
  • Adapter for outside-air kit included
  • Outside-air kit knock-out on both sides for great installation flexibility
  • Convenient retainer ledges for easy stud and drywall installation
  • Easily converted for use with certified vented gas log set
  • 20-year limited warranty

Required Venting

  • 7" ASHT+/ HT6103+, S-2100+ / HT6000+ or AC Chimney

Options

  • 200-CFM blower
  • Outside air kit connection for optimum efficiency
  • Forced-air kit

Resources:
Specifications Lennox SE36
Fuel Wood
Sizes 30"
Warranty 20-year limited warranty

SE36 Lennox Wood Burning Fireplace

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