Best Cheap Wood Stove in 2020
Camp Chef Alpine Heavy Duty Cylinder Stove
- Wide form shelf/drying rack
- Adjustable legs for uneven ground
- 5" diameter chimney pipe (over 10 ft. total height)
- Wire spark arrestor
- Fire grate in bottom to protect the base from overheating
Guide Gear Outdoor Wood Stove
US Stove BSK1000 Barrel Camp Stove Kit, Black
- Converts 30 or 55 gallon drums into a heat radiating wood burning stove
- Ideal for buildings, garages, cabins and more
- Includes door, chimney and barrel stand
US Stove 1269E Small EPA Certified Cast Iron Logwood Stove, 54,000 BTUs
- EPA-certified to the latest standards
- 54,000 BTUs heats up to 900 sq. ft.
- Heavy-duty cast iron construction, perfect for log cabins, large garages, and shops
- Accepts logs 23 inches in length
- Includes solid cooktop surface and a safety handle.Dimensions:Depth: 33in,Width: 18.5in,Height: 25.75in,6in Flue Collar,Weight:120lbs
Ecofan AirMax Wood Stove Fan, Large, Black Blade
- Warm your room up to 38% faster with the largest and highest performing Ecofan model, the Ecofan AirMax
- Ideal for all room sizes, the AirMax circulates more warm air further into your home!
- Tested and proven to save you up to 18% in fuel with more efficient distribution of heat from your wood stove
- No electricity needed, Ecofans generate power by converting the heat from your wood stove into electricity
- Designed and manufactured in Canada for over 20 years, Ecofans have been tested in the harshest winters and come with a 2 year limited warranty
DACHEL Outdoor Tent Wood Stove with Pipe (Stainless Steel Cube Stove, 151518/88inch)
- SIZE: Body open size is 15*15*18", stove pipe top high inlcude the body is 88", Inside wood space size 14.5*8*7inch and under it there have a wood ash steel drawer size 14.5*8*1inch
- STEEL: This stove body made of 304 stainless steel and the pipe made of 201 steel
- PIPE SIZE: 4pcs of 3.2" diameter chimney pipe and 4pcs 2.7" diameter chimney pipe together (over 7.5 ft. total height)
- USE: Cube stove burning with wood and use for outdoor campping in tents
- PACKING INCLUDE:Packing with stove body*1, 3.2" diameter chimney pipe*4, 2.7" diameter chimney pipe*4, clip*1 ash protection cap*1, instruction*1, total weight is 22lb
Solo Stove Campfire - 4+ Person Compact Wood Burning Camp Stove for Backpacking, Camping, Survival. Burns Twigs - NO Batteries or Liquid Fuel Gas Canister Required.
- The #1 wood-burning camp stove recommended by Backpacker Magazine and serious survivalists including Discovery Channel's Matt Graham.
- Patented design (#D701,721) features a unique double wall that creates ultra-clean gasification and a secondary combustion. This allows fuel to burn more completely and with less smoke.
- Uses twigs, leaves, pinecones and wood as fuel. Eliminates the need to carry heavy, polluting and expensive canister fuels.
- Compact design nests inside the companion Solo Stove 2 Pot Set (sold separately) leaving you with more room in your backpack.
- Boils water in 2-4 mins (34 fl oz. water). 7" Diameter, 6.7"/9.25" tall (packed/assembled). Weighs only 2.2 lbs. Made of premium stainless steel and nichrome wire. Nylon stuff sack included.
VODA 4-Blade Heat Powered Stove Fan for Wood/Log Burner/Fireplace Increases 80% More Warm air Than 2 Blade Fan- Eco Friendly
- Heat powered - no batteries or electricity required.
- Efficiently circulates warm air throughout the room.
- Less consumption, more efficiency.
- Innovative and durable design.
- Silent operation
Tomersun 3 Blades Heat Powered Stove Fan for Wood/Log Burner/Fireplace
- Compact Size--8.7 x 6.7 x 3.6 inches,the material of the stove fan is aluminum.
- No Batteries or Electricity required--The stove fan uses heat from the stove surface to spin,adjust its speed automatically with the stove surface temperature.
- Longer lifetime--There is a Bi-metallic safety device in the base of the stove fan.If the surface temperature rises above around 300℃,the safety device gently elevates the front of the fan to protect the TEG and motor.
- Whisper-quiet--The only moving part is the blade assembly.You don't even know the stove fan is there,but you FEEL the WARMTH!
- Less Consumption ,More Efficiency--The stove fan will help reduce the fuel consumption and make the room warmer quickly.
Midwest Hearth Wood Stove Thermometer - Magnetic Stove Top Meter
- FOR STOVE TOP SURFACE - Calibrated to read temperature on the surface of your wood stove.
- MAGNETIC ATTACHMENT - Easily attach to your metal wood stove. Magnet will hold to 800°F.
- EASY TO READ ZONES - Optimize efficiency, prevent overheating, minimize creosote.
- PORCELAIN ENAMEL FINISH - Premium quality finish to compliment your beautiful stove.
- FLIP UP HANDLE - Quickly reposition meter to find the sweet spot for temp readings.
Fireplaces Made Simple
A guide to choosing between a gas fireplace, wood fireplace, electric fireplace, or wood stove. What every homeowner should know up front.
Step One: Choose your fuel source
Like anything, there are advantages and disadvantages to choosing one fuel source over another. The most common fuel sources we deal with on a daily basis are gas (natural gas and propane), wood, and electric. Gas and electric fireplaces have the obvious advantage of being easy to operate, flip a switch or hit the button on the remote control and voila! you have fire. Wood is more work, but the end result is a fire that will crackle, pop, and fill the room with the nostalgic one of a kind aroma of a "real" fire.
Step Two: Heating concerns
Now that you have chosen a fuel source your salesperson will ask you if heat is a concern. If the answer is yes then hopefully you have not chosen an electric fireplace which will produce very little heat. Assuming you have chosen gas or wood, this is where things can get truly complicated so we will break them down one at a time:
A traditional "open face" wood burning fireplace produces very little heat and burns a lot of wood in a short amount of time. They will hold a large fire with big flames and are a great place to take the family Christmas photo. Masonry fireplaces can be built any size and are extremely expensive. Prefabricated fireplaces can be framed into a 2x4 wall and are available in many sizes at very reasonable prices.
If heat is a concern the first thing that usually comes to mind is a freestanding wood stove. Wood stoves have come a long way since our grandparents ugly steel cubes. Even small stoves now generally hold a fire overnight, produce very little pollution (much less than the open fireplace) and are available in an array of styles from rustic to contemporary.
If you want both the fireplace "look" (for that family Christmas picture) and the efficiency of a freestanding wood stove, there is an option for that as well. Generally referred to as "EPA fireplaces" because they meet the same EPA exemptions as wood stoves, this new breed of fireplace can be built into a framed wall just like a traditional prefabricated fireplace. The result is a beautiful fireplace that heats like a stove. This is a great option, however, it is also the most costly.
The most realistic gas appliances are vented gas logs. These units, like the traditional wood fireplace, have open faces, vent through the roof, and are extremely inefficient- sending all the heat along with plenty of expensive gas straight up the chimney. The result is a beautiful yellow flame with lots of glowing embers. Vented gas logs are often used in commercial applications such as restaurants due to their realistic appearance.
Vent free gas appliances are extremely efficient. As the name implies, they do not have to be vented to the outside. Instead, the byproducts of combustion are vented into the room giving this type of fireplace a 99.9% efficiency rating. They are also extremely versatile and easy to install, also making them the most inexpensive option. As with anything, there is a downside. There are limits on room size and usage, and warnings that they may aggravate people with severe allergies or respiratory issues. This is a good option for some, but make sure you do your homework.
If you want to vent the exhaust to the outside but keep the heat, consider a direct vent fireplace. They can be vented directly through an outside wall or through the roof utilizing a "pipe with a pipe" that serves as both an air intake and exhaust. This will allow you to keep up to 80% of the heat, heat up to 3000 square feet, but lose the other byproducts of combustion. Direct vents will have a sealed glass front and are the only types of fireplaces besides electric allowed in energy star or green homes.
Step Three: Finish Work
The fun part! Now it's time to choose your stone, marble, mantel, and any other decorative details your heart desires. There are no limits on how elaborate you can dress it up. Do pay close attention to the combustible clearances and hearth recommendations. Your local NFI certified sales person or installer can answer any questions you have regarding restrictions. Find nearest professional here: www.nficertified.org
Hopefully you have an idea now which type of fireplace to continue your research on. Remember, there is a lot of bad information out there so get some ideas and then consult with a local NFI certified professional when making you decision. The fireplace is the heart of the home and many times the most overlooked detail in the home.