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    1 of 12: Most everyone loves a roaring fireplace, but what is a fact that makes one less attractive?
    A) All Older Fireplaces Are a Fire Hazard. (32%)
    B) Fireplaces Suck Heat Out of the Home When They Burn. (45%)
    C) None of the Above (23%)
    Answer : B
    2 of 12: What could be a good solution to a fireplace?
    A) a Gas Heater (18%)
    B) a Modern Wood Stove (48%)
    C) an Electric Fireplace (34%)
    Answer : B
    3 of 12: What should you do if you are considering a wood stove installation?
    A) You Should Consult With a Wood Heating Professional Before You Make Any Decisions. (48%)
    B) You Should Choose Between a Wood Stove and a Pellet Stove First. (22%)
    C) You Should Research Modern Wood Stove Installation as Much as Possible. (30%)
    Answer : A
    4 of 12: If you have an existing stove in your home and want to use it, what should you do before firing it up?
    A) You Should Replace It With a Modern Stove. (23%)
    B) Why Worry if It Has Been There for a Long Time Already? (20%)
    C) Have It Checked to Make Sure It Meets Current Safety Standards. (57%)
    Answer : C
    5 of 12: Can two stoves or a fireplace and a stove share the same chimney?
    A) Yes, You Can Share Chimneys Between Two Units. (23%)
    B) Never Share Chimneys Between Two Heating Units. (45%)
    C) It's Okay to Share a Chimney Provided You Purchase a Certified Splitter. (32%)
    Answer : B
    6 of 12: What is a key consideration to placing a wood stove in your home when you want to achieve the greatest efficiency?
    A) Location of an Existing Chimney is a Prime Consideration. (39%)
    B) It Really Depends on What You Wish to Achieve With a Wood Stove. (47%)
    C) A Wood Stove is Best Located in Front of an Existing Fireplace. (24%)
    Answer : B
    7 of 12: What is one logical way to reduce clearances for wood stove installations?
    A) You Can Buy a Smaller Stove. (20%)
    B) You Can Place the Stove at a 45-degree Angle in a Corner. (32%)
    C) You Can Add Non-combustible Material Like Brick to a Wall. (48%)
    Answer : C
    8 of 12: What other clearance do you have to consider besides wood stove clearance?
    A) Floor Clearance (18%)
    B) Ceiling Clearance (35%)
    C) Stove Pipe Clearance (48%)
    Answer : C
    9 of 12: What does the Wood Heat Organization recommend that you do with your non-combustible floor pad?
    A) Construct a Non-combustible Floor Pad With Ceramic Tile. (38%)
    B) Install Your Non-combustible Floor Over Existing Flooring. (31%)
    C) Always Make Your Non-combustible Floor Pad Flush With Any Surrounding Floor. (41%)
    Answer : C
    10 of 12: What is a common mistake that people make when installing a wood stove in an existing fireplace opening?
    A) Not Enough Clearance (33%)
    B) Stove Too Big for Space (24%)
    C) an Old Oversized Chimney Without a Liner (43%)
    Answer : C
    11 of 12: In addition to making sure that you only burn dry wood and normal fires in your stove, what other safety step should you take?
    A) Never Leave a Wood Stove With an Unattended Fire Burning. (22%)
    B) Install Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors Following Fire Department Recommendations. (43%)
    C) Install a Childproof Safety Rail Around Your Stove Following Manufactures Instructions. (35%)
    Answer : B
    12 of 12: What is an important first warning sign of possible problems with a stove that is certified and is properly installed?
    A) If You Have Problems Starting a Fire in Your Stove, Have Your Stove and Chimney Checked. (34%)
    B) If Your Fire Smolders and Will Not Burn Normally, You Need to Get Everything Checked. (35%)
    C) Have Your Stove and Chimney Checked Any Time You Smell or See Smoke. (61%)
    Answer : C

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