Featuring Wood, Gas, and Electric Stoves
Wood Stove Fireplaces and Other Options
Firing up a wood stove is a fantastic way to heat up a room quickly, effectively, and efficiently. From wood stoves and wood burning stoves to gas stoves and electric stoves, VentingPipe.com has what you need to keep your family and home comfortable during the cold months.
Using a wood burning stove is the most natural way of heating up an entire home or a single room. These wood stoves are efficient, stylish, and heat up quickly. They can put out as much heat as 75,000 BTU and heat an area as large as 3,000 square feet. That’s a lot of area, so imagine what it can do in your unique living space.
Fireplace Stove Options
Wood Burning Stoves
Up to 75,000 BTU
- Ash Waste
Wood burning stoves are renowned for their safety record and are more efficient than ever. Cast iron construction remains the preferred material in the wood burning stove industry. Many of today’s wood stoves are EPA compliant, and burn much cleaner than wood stoves in the past.
Shop VentingPipe.com for wood stoves of all installation types. Free standing wood stoves, insert stoves, and pedestal stoves provide an ample choice to fit the unique needs in your home.
People are naturally drawn to a wood stove. Whether it’s the much-beloved heat, the attraction of the beautiful glow, or the conversation as a result of one in your home, a wood burning stove is a fascination and draw for people of all ages.
Up to 44,000 BTU
- Less Waste
Other types of stoves are gas stoves and electric stoves. Gas stoves are even more efficient that wood stoves, burn clean, and heat up quickly. Natural gas fireplaces are offered with a rear or top vent, and can crank out up to 44,000 BTU. A gas stove is an ideal addition to a home’s living room, family room, or bedroom.
Up to 5,000 BTU
No Ventilation Needed
No particle waste
The electric stove has a lot of appeal, as well, and is currently one of the most popular stoves on the market. Using a nearby electrical outlet, electric stoves are ductless fixtures, since they produce no residue, just heat. An on/off switch powers these stoves, which can top out at around 1500 watts of power. Unlike gas stoves and wood stoves, electric stoves can come in a number of different colors and finishes. From the traditional black and matte black to colors like cream and brown, the electric fireplace stove gives you the unique freedom to choose.
FAQs on Fireplace Stoves
Wood stoves are a great way to keep the temperature in your home comfortable while it’s cold outside. Beat the rising costs of heating your home with a wood stove. Here are a couple frequently ask questions about wood stoves.
What is a vent-free stove?
Vent-free fireplaces operate on natural or propane gas. Most of these gas fireplaces require no electricity. The flame is fueled by natural or propane gas through a permanent line that is connected to a blue-flame/yellow-flame burner or ceramic plaque burner within the heating appliance. Vent-free gas fireplaces operate without a chimney, flue or vent, so you can install one just about anywhere. Although these gas fireplaces are rated at 99+ efficiency, low levels of carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide and high levels of moisture can cause health problems in certain people. A primary safety feature is an effective, time-tested devise called an Oxygen Depletion Sensor system. Vent-free gas fireplaces are not available in certain states or provinces please check local building codes to see if you can install a vent-free stove.
Are your wood stoves EPA Phase II compliant?
All wood stoves except cookstoves, furnaces and site-built fireplaces sold in the U.S. must comply with the EPA Phase II Wood Stove Emissions Regulations. These Federal Standards require that each wood burning stove be tested for particulate emissions and shown to produce fewer than 7.5 grams per hour. These high efficiency, EPA Approved wood stoves are exempt from "burn bans" that local air quality authorities may impose during episodes of high airborne pollution. To read about current EPA wood burning stove emissions regulations please visit the EPA website at http://www.epa.gov/.
What is an ODS (oxygen depletion sensor)?
An ODS is a sophisticated standing pilot system, standard on all vent-free logs. The ODS will shut off the log set if the oxygen level in the room falls below 18%. Normal oxygen levels in a room are around 21%. Oxygen depletion sensors have been used for over 40 years with a 100% safety record therefore making them a very safe and reliable system.
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