Best Large Wood Stove in 2020
Drolet High-Efficiency Wood Stove - 95,000 BTU, Model# HT2000
- 78% efficiency
- 5/16in. steel plate on top
- 3.93 cu. ft. firebox lined with firebricks
- Large ash drawer
- Accepts logs up to 22in. long
Guide Gear Outdoor Wood Stove
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
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
TACKLIFE Stove Fan, 4 Blades Fireplace Fan,Heat Powered for Hot Air Circulation, Super Quiet and Energy Efficient, Ideal for Large Space on Log/Wood Burner/Stove/Fireplace FPF01A
- 【High Efficiency】The stove fan can improve the efficiency of hot air circulation in the room, which boost the fuel efficiency and save the fuel, providing a cozy environment
- 【Self-Powered】The fan's motor is powered by the electricity generated by a thermoelectric module in the fireplace fan. No batteries or external electricity required
- 【Longer Lifespan】 The Bi-metallic safety device in the base of the fan will gently elevates fan to protect the module and motor when the surface temperature rises above 300℃
- 【Super Quiet and Durable】The working noise with 1 meter distance is about 25dB, and the fan is made of aluminium with surface anodized makes it durable
- 【What You Get】TACKLIFE provides 7*24 after sales services for the stove fan, package contents: stove fan*1, instruction manual*1
VODA Newly Upgrade 4 Blades Heat Powered Stove Eco Fan with Magnetic Thermometer for Wood Log Burner Fireplace
- Upgrade Version- Produces more warm air than the old version, circulates about 230CFM.
- Eco Friendly- Heat Powered, the stove fan generates its own energy by the heat from the stove surface, and no batteries or electricity required.
- Easy operation- No assembly needed, just put on the top of stove, the fan will spin with the temperature getting higher.
- Silent and Quiet- The noise is less than 25db, you even do not know the fan is there, but you will still feel the warmth.
- Overall size: 8.3”X 4.9”X 8.3”. Operation temperature: 85°C - 350°C(185°F - 660°F). Good stove safety practice includes the use of a stove thermometer.
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.
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
Unigear Wood Burning Camp Stoves Picnic BBQ Cooker/Potable Folding Stainless Steel Backpacking Stove
- Stable and Durable: Made of premium quality stainless steel for rugged backpacking.
- Portable and Ultra Compact: Unigear camping stove made with stainless steel, which can be folded like a book, and come with a carrying bag for your easy carry. Perfect for camping, hiking, backpacking.
- Multifunction: Camping stove can work with many kinds of pots, which can cook Food, boil water and BBC. Meet your camping needs.
- High Efficiency: Those camping stove not only can use wood, also can use spirit burner, twigs, leaves, coal, gas and solid fuel tablets, which makes it easy for outdoor camping or hiking.
- If you have any quality problems within 6 months, you can contact us at any time for after-sales service.
TOMSHOO Camping Stove Camp Wood Stove Portable Foldable Stainless Steel Burning Backpacking Stove for Outdoor Hiking Picnic BBQ-Upgraded Version
- ♨Sturdy & Stable: This camping stove made of durable stainless steel. The windproof serrated cross stand offers a stable platform for your cookware and increases heat contact.
- ♨Unique Design, Efficient Burning: The wood stove has the double wall inside makes cold air to be heated fast when entering the chamber, thus significantly improve burning efficiency.
- ♨Unlimited Fuel: Use the twigs, leaves, branches, wood as fuel to cook a meal on your hike, and the stove includes a tray to hold solid alcohol fuel.
- ♨Foldable & Lightweight: Easily collapsible into a compact size (5.4" x 2.8") and packed in the mesh carrying sack for convenient storage. At only 1 pound.
- ♨What You Get:1*TOMSHOO Camping Stove,1*Alcohol Tray, 1*BBQ Grill Net 1*Mesh Storage Sack, 12-month worry-free warranty and friendly customer service.
We Traded in Our Central Gas Heating for a Woodburning Efficient System!
Although a wood heating system may be expensive to purchase, the money saving benefits are amazing over gas!
The first thing that naturally occurred to me was heating with a wood system.
Wood heating systems used to consist of a fireplace with blowers, however methods of heating with wood has developed a lot over more recent years as there have been a lot of improvements with emissions and efficiency with much cleaner systems. Some people are able to use cleaner and more efficient wood burning stoves and furnaces in addition to fireplaces.
When talking about a wood stove, about 10 years or so ago there were stoves that were airtight, which were the best kind that existed back then. Now since it is known that in order for it to burn in a clean manner, the wood needs a supply of air, plus the airtight ones of the past produced a lot of smoke, which of course, is not clean.
The wood stoves that are available today are a lot more "green", in that they are "controlled combustion" stoves, which means that they also produce very few pollutants and very little smoke. Also, they are much more efficient then the ones from the past, as they do not take nearly as much wood to burn, in fact it uses less than a third of what it was a decade back to get the same effect.
Our home has a fireplace as well, although we never really used it until recently. You see, my husband comes from London, England where it is against the law to burn wood in a fireplace for environmental reasons. People there use electric or gas fireplaces instead. What we ended up doing was to put in an insert in order to use the heat energy that is normally wasted in a fireplace, into an actual efficient heat source. The insert we use has been EPA rated, and it is as efficient as the wood stove that we have, as described above.
The home we live in is more than 50 years old, however another option with some newer homes are prefabricated steel fireplaces. From what I have been told by friends who bought a new home just over a year ago is that they are wonderfully efficient.
There are also pellet stoves available which use wood pellets. These are supposed to be extremely efficient and the wood pellets that are used in them are often made out of recycled wood products, making it even more environmentally sound. These stoves made for the wood pellets are more expensive, however if you can afford the few extra dollars, they burn very clean and are very consistent in the heat put out.
The main reason we chose a wood burning system (we chose the combination of the insert in our fireplace in the lower level of our house, and the wood stove in the upstairs) is that wood is carbon neutral and does not contribute to the buildup of greenhouse gases.
Yes! Wood does produce carbon dioxide, however it is absorbed in a natural way by our forests.
As we did, if you decide to go the route of a wood heating system, then shop around for your best quality system and be sure to weigh the quality and prices against each other before you make a final decision.
I can tell you though, that compared to when we had central gas heating, our gas bill had gone down dramatically over this past winter, and I feel as if I am doing something to help our environment.