Wood burning stoves provide safe and efficient heating and are commonly used to provide supplemental heating to old or inefficient central heating systems. In addition to their natural heating, these wood stove models are attractive in their ability to provide cost savings by allowing you to turn down your central thermostat and heat specific areas of your home. Wood burning stoves are easy to install and can be vented either through a wall or through an existing chimney. Features you might want to consider include: firebox size, air wash glass doors, blowers, and size of the ash pan. Check out our recommended wood stove models below.
Add the US Stove 2200i Insert into your existing fireplace for an attractive and efficient way to add supplemental heat to your space. The cast iron feed door remains cool to the touch while a 150 CFM blower disperses warm air around spaces as large as 1,800 square feet.
Blending an efficient design with 112,000 BTUs of heat and a strong blower, the US Stove Large Wood Stove offers eco-friendly heat to areas up to 2,500 square feet. A large firebox and ash bin make maintenance less of a hassle.
The US Stove Company's 2000 Wood Stove is an energy-efficient mid-sized stove that uses 89,000 BTUs of power to heat up to 2,000 square feet. The 2000 model wood burning stove has a quiet 100 CFM blower, features strong firebrick lining, has a compact design, and is made of durable plate steel.