Wood Burning Options
The free standing wood burning stove is the most versatile hearth product on the market and is available in a wide selection of sizes and styles from ultra modern to classic New England. Ranging in size to heat a small room like a den ( like a Morso 1410 or 1440 or a Jotul 602) to large family rooms and whole houses (Hearthstone Mansfield or Manchester, Jotul Carrabassett or Jotul Oslo 500 or a Vermont Castings Defiant and Harman TL300).
A new fireplace will add significant value to your home. Factory-built fireplaces are not as expensive as masonry fireplaces as they do not need any additional footing or other structural support plus they utilize a safe, lightweight chimney system. Customers can select from a casual use open burning wood burning fireplace (like the Majestic Biltmore) or opt for an E.P.A emission standards fireplace with a long burn time (like an RSF Fireplace) Factory fireplaces are available in both traditional wood burning fireplace styles and gas heating fireplaces complete with a remote control!
Already have a fireplace? A wood burning insert can provide an attractive way to upgrade an existing masonry fireplace into an efficient heat source. Models offer a wide selection of fronts and surrounds to fit a range of fireplace openings and to customize the look of your new heating appliance.
Getting Started with Wood Burning
If you’ve decided to purchase your first wood burning stove, fireplace, or insert, but you’re not sure where to start, we put together this handy guide to get you on the right track. Find out how to get the most out of your product, important safety tips, and more. Read our Getting Started Guide →