Stoves

Easy to install, easy to maintain, and easy to enjoy, a wood burning, gas, or pellet stove may be the option for you. Stoves are more efficient than older style masonry fireplaces and can add a unique style to your home. While more modern fireplaces and inserts are just as efficient at producing heat as stoves, a freestanding stove is a great heating option for rooms with limited wall space. There are several different stove type materials that have their own unique benefits and style. The major materials are: Cast Iron, Steel, and Soap Stone. There are also different sizes, like fireplaces and inserts, designed to heat larger or smaller areas.


Jotul GF 370 DV with Black Paint

Jotul is a Norwegian company created in 1853 on the outskirts of Oslo. Their products are made from high-quality cast iron and a large variety of styles that look good while providing great heat.

Pictured – Jotul GF 370 DV with Black Paint


Kozy Heat direct vent gas stoves are highly-efficient free standing stoves. The Oakport 18 is rated at 75% for natural gas and 77% for propane. Several different methods of control can be used, including a touch screen, portable thermostat control, a wireless wall switch, and a wireless or mounted thermostat control. The screen, refractory, and base can all be customized to give a range of different styles.

Pictured – Birchwood 20 with Black paint


Harman Pellet stoves feature their Pro Pellet System, which makes it possible to burn any type of pellet for maximum heat. They also have EASY control technology that makes controlling the heat in your home as simple as possible.

Picured – Harman XXV Pellet Stove


Valor uses the same radiating technology from their fireplaces and inserts to create highly-efficient freestanding gas stoves. They also feature thier easy to use remote control that provides a easy to use heat control.

Pictured – Madrona Log and Modern Almond White


Thelin wood, gas, and pellet stoves are made near Carson City, Nevada. They make both pot-belly style (as pictured) and contemporary designs.

Pictured – Parlour Wood Stove