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Answer: by placing the closed fireplace in the center of the room or by installing a heat recovery unit.
The first thing that distributes the heat of an enclosed fireplace is its position in the room. When possible, placing the fireplace in the middle of the room will promote optimal heat distribution. In addition, aesthetically, the fireplace will be highlighted. However, this configuration is not always possible or desired. Another solution is to install a heat recovery unit or a hot air distributor, which draws air from the duct to distribute it in the room and elsewhere in the house, if desired. But, as in all questions about heating, all your efforts to better distribute the heat in your home will be useless if you have not previously properly insulated your home. You too, send us your DIY question.