10 Best Rated Wood Stoves

Updated on: September 2020

Best Rated Wood Stoves in 2020


Wood Pellet Smoker Grill Cookbook 2019-2020: The Complete Wood Pellet Smoker and Grill Cookbook. Tasty Recipes for the Perfect BBQ. (Color Edition)

Wood Pellet Smoker Grill Cookbook 2019-2020: The Complete Wood Pellet Smoker and Grill Cookbook. Tasty Recipes for the Perfect BBQ. (Color Edition)
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

The Essential Wood Fired Pizza Cookbook: Recipes and Techniques From My Wood Fired Oven

The Essential Wood Fired Pizza Cookbook: Recipes and Techniques From My Wood Fired Oven
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020

Deep Cleaning - 1500-2250 sq ft + Inside Oven and Fridge

Deep Cleaning - 1500-2250 sq ft + Inside Oven and Fridge
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Clean bathroom vanity, tub, mirrors, toilet, shower tracks, hand wipe bathroom baseboards, and exterior of bathroom cabinets
  • Clean kitchen counters, sink, table, stove top, interior and exterior of microwave, exterior of fridge, oven (range hood and drip pans), and hand wipe exterior of kitchen cabinets
  • Dusting of blinds, window sills, and light fixtures (within arms reach)
  • Mopping, vacuuming all rooms, washing of interior windows and sliding glass door (within arms reach)
  • Interior trash cans emptied and brought to outside trash can
  • Pro will provide cleaning supplies

Fireplace DVD | Fireplace XXL | 2 DVDs Set with Double Extra Long Fires with Burning Wood Sounds

Fireplace DVD | Fireplace XXL | 2 DVDs Set with Double Extra Long Fires with Burning Wood Sounds
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Turn your TV into a realistic fireplace.
  • Great fires with real sounds of the crackling logs or music.
  • All tracks filmed with HD cameras and professional audio equipment.
  • Programmed to give you a continuous fire on your television.

Wood Pellet Smoker and Grill Cookbook 2019: The Ultimate Wood Pellet Smoker and Grill Cookbook With Delicious Recipes For Your Whole Family

Wood Pellet Smoker and Grill Cookbook 2019: The Ultimate Wood Pellet Smoker and Grill Cookbook With Delicious Recipes For Your Whole Family
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020

Lynn Manufacturing Pellet & Wood Stove Gasket Paper, 2100F Rated, 10'' x 7'' x 1/8'', 2260J

Lynn Manufacturing Pellet & Wood Stove Gasket Paper, 2100F Rated, 10'' x 7'' x 1/8'', 2260J
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • 2260J USE: replacement gasket paper used when pre-cut gasket is not available. Also can be used a high temperature gasket paper in other applications.
  • Fits: gasket paper is big enough to fit nearly every wood stove or insert and can be cut using knife or scissors to the dimensions of the original gasket.
  • SIZE: 10'' x 7'' x 1/8'' thick
  • MATERIAL: Superwool Plus paper, which is flexible, strong, seals well & withstands 2100F. Superwool is an alternative to ceramic fiber with improved health and safety attributes. Superwool products do NOT carry a GHS health hazard warning label.
  • Made in the USA by Lynn Manufacturing, Inc.

Outfitters Supply Stove Jack Heat Shield for Canvas Tent, use to Extend Stove Pipe Through The Roof or Wall of Your Tent, Fire Proof NASA Material Rated to 700°, Made in The USA, 3” Round

Outfitters Supply Stove Jack Heat Shield for Canvas Tent, use to Extend Stove Pipe Through The Roof or Wall of Your Tent, Fire Proof NASA Material Rated to 700°, Made in The USA, 3” Round
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • FIRE PROOF MATERIALS – Our stove jacks are constructed of fire-proof 17-ounce NASA approved silicone-coated glass material (18" x 18") with a solid silicone ring & are temperature rated up to 700°F (400°C).
  • EASY to INSTALL – These stove jacks can be SEWN (not glued) directly into the wall or roof of your tent; glue will NOT work on these. Scroll down listing to view our other stove jack options that have canvas edging.
  • FITS MOST STOVE PIPES – We offer sizes that fit all the stovepipes that we have come in to contact with. Choose between an oval or round opening in widths from 3” to 6”.
  • GREAT SIZE – Our stove jacks are a large 18” by 18.” The oval opening should be used for stovepipes extending through the roof. Round opening stove jacks are designed for stovepipes extending through the wall of your tent.
  • STAY WARM SAFELY – Using a stove in a canvas tent without a stove jack is just asking for trouble. With our stove jacks you can use your stove without having to worry about your tent catching fire or smoke filling the air.

Rutland 600-Degree RTV Silicone Seal Cartridge, 10.3-Ounce, Black

Rutland 600-Degree RTV Silicone Seal Cartridge, 10.3-Ounce, Black
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Rutland High Temperature Silicone is a great solution to your sealant and adhesive needs
  • Forms a tough and flexible seal
  • Will adhere to most clean surfaces including: glass, metal, plastics, fiberglass, wood, brick, and stone.
  • Seal fireplace inserts, repair solar panels, apply ceramic tiles to your fireplace surround or heat shielding behind your stove, the uses are endless
  • Rated to withstand up to 600° F (315° C)

Durablow GFK-160 (with Power Cord Only) Fireplace Stove Blower Unit for Lennox, Superior, Heat N Glo, Hearth and Home, Quadra Fire, Regency, Royal, Jakel, Nordica, Rotom

Durablow GFK-160 (with Power Cord Only) Fireplace Stove Blower Unit for Lennox, Superior, Heat N Glo, Hearth and Home, Quadra Fire, Regency, Royal, Jakel, Nordica, Rotom
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • ★★★ IMPORTANT: Please make sure this item fits in your fireplace, see size and models in images. ★ Fits Fireplace Brands (Find MODELS in IMAGES): Heat & Glo, Heat N Glo, Heatilator, Majestic, Superior ;★ The "Fits" BRAND and MODEL # are Reference ONLY! Please CHECK the Size & Ratings of your originals BEFORE buying.
  • ★ Competitor Cross Reference Part #: GFK-160, GFK-160A, GFK-160B, Fasco 7002-1241, A133, 3315, Rotom R7-RB168 R7-RB168B, HB-RB168, R7-RB27, HB-RB50, HB-RB166 HB-RB167, Regency Wood Stove 846515, FK26 Dutchwest, Stardance, SNV30, FAB-1600, FK-180 (Osburn, Valley Comfort, Pacific), P168DBB
  • ★ Included with Purchase Ball bearing dual blower, 3-prong power cord, Noise reduction padding, Velcro, Rubber mounting feet to reduce noise and vibration, Installation instructions
  • ★ Length x Width x Height (Inches): 12.75 x 4.5 x 4.5 ; Insulation: Class H (rated to 392F / 200C) ; Motor RPM: 3000 ; Airflow in C.F.M: 160 ; Volts: 120 ; Frequency (hertz): 60 ; Power Consumption (watts): 60 ; Power Cord Length (inches): 75 ; Rheostat: NO ; Thermostat: NO, Material: Aluminum + Galvanized Steel ; Packaging Materials: Shipping box, Bubble Wrap, Foam ; Certifications: Motor UL Approved.
  • ★ Improved structure for lower noise level; Balanced fan blades for NO vibration. Universal type for most real fire flame / gas fireplace.

Midwest Hearth Wood Stove Catalytic Combustor Replacement Catalyst Blaze King Princess (4" x 10.6" x 2" Ceramic)

Midwest Hearth Wood Stove Catalytic Combustor Replacement Catalyst Blaze King Princess (4
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • SUPERIOR QUALITY - Our manufacturer's ceramic and chemical engineers continuously improve every product, making ours the highest quality combustors on the market.
  • DECREASES POLLUTION - Midwest Hearth combustors remove 70% of harmful wood stove emissions, keeping the air clean and your family healthy.
  • SAVES YOU MONEY - Use less wood to generate the same heat—save up to 1/3 of the cost of a cord of wood—and burn up to 8 hours longer than a non-catalytic stove.
  • IMPROVED SAFETY - Catalytic combustors prevent the buildup of creosote, so there’s a lower risk of house fires. Since 1990, the number of creosote-caused fires has decreased by 75% thanks to catalytic stoves.
  • 5-YEAR PRORATED WARRANTY - Our combustors boast an extremely low percentage of defects off the manufacturing line, and our warranty claims are only 0.4%, well below the industry average. Our 5-year prorated warranty guarantees our quality.

Wood Heat for the Home

Using total wood heat for your home these days is very rare, but becoming more popular each year as home heating costs rise. Find out if this inexpensive form of home heating is right for you.

Wood heaters are the best solution for any heating requirements you may have. You would be surprised at the wide range of sizes and models available on the market today. Many allow you to view the flames through protective glass doors creating a fireplace atmosphere while maximizing your heat production, and minimizing fire danger from open sparks. Other models are as plain as it gets. Simple cast iron models are the least expensive, but either model you choose is very proficient in heat production. Modern wood heaters are far more efficient than the earlier models I grew up with, creating more heat with less wood than ever before ! Technology it seems has no bounds when it comes to making everything in our lives safer and more efficient, even the wood heaters we once thought were obsolete.

Having a wood heater or fireplace for your total heat source may not be practical if you live in areas where firewood is difficult to obtain such as a city where the only wood available will have to be purchased and delivered to your home. Even in the rural area where I live, a cord of firewood (4ft. x 4ft. x 8ft.) costs around $150.00 delivered. In a larger city, its easy to see those prices increase to $250.00 or even $350.00 for the same amount of wood. I can personally cut and split a cord of firewood in an 8 hour period, but it is hard work. Living in a rural area makes it very easy for me to obtain firewood because all I use is downed or dead wood. I have about 60 acres to cut from, so the wood is always very plentiful for me. There are other ways of obtaining your firewood. Simply contact your local forestry service and ask about any permits they may have for collecting downed and dead wood from national forests in your area. They will be more than happy to give you all the wood you want for your personal use because this helps prevent forest fires in extremely dry conditions. Keep in mind, this will require a chain saw and truck to haul the wood, as well as some type of wood splitting device in order to burn the wood you harvest.

My wood splitter is a simple device. It resembles a sledge hammer with a sharpened end and can be used to split logs or drive an ax through the tougher pieces to help make the task a little easier. This is a very primitive way to split wood, but it is very efficient and allows me to get plenty of exercise in the process. Another method is to buy a wood splitter. Some are gas powered and range in price from $750.00 to $2000.00. Manual hydralic splitters and electric electric models are far less expensive, starting around $100.00, but they will not allow you to split the larger logs because they just don't generate enough power to do the job. This is just another example of getting what you pay for. The least expensive method that I personally use is very effective, but it is also very labor intense.

Another factor you may want to consider is your age and ability to handle the sometimes heavy material, as well as the labor involved in cutting and splitting your firewood. My mother is 76 years old and uses wood heat as her only source of home heat in a 3 bedroom/ 2bath home. Her age alone may make this sound exceptional, but she has had two major back surgeries in the past 5 years and insists on wood heat because it seems to warm her small 4' 8" frame through and through. I cut and split the wood for her, and even put it on her back porch, but she is the one that loads the heater and keeps her fire going. I used to tell all my family and friends,"Ma only builds one fire every year... She just never lets it go out!"

You local hardware store or authorized dealer is an excellent place to get expert advice with any questions you may have concerning the size heater you will need for the area your are attempting to condition, as well as helping you decide on the safest way to vent the smoke from your home. They may even be able to suggest or recommend a qualified installer for your new heat source if they don't perform the service themselves. It really helps if you have a general idea of your homes square footage. This will be one of the first questions they will ask you when you make your inquiry.

If you are a "Do-it-Yourself er" and plan on installing the stove pipe yourself, be sure to inquire about any fire codes that may apply to your home imposed by local or state fire officials and conform to any requirements they may enforce for the safety of your home and family. Keep in mind, many insurance companies will not cover any losses due to fire if your unit was self installed without proper fire inspection and prior notification of the changes to your basic heating systems so that they may take the opportunity to adjust your insurance rates. I strongly recommend you use a professional installer if you are unfamiliar with remodeling and fire safety codes. Although this is a very efficient way to help lower you heating costs, it is even more important that the new system is installed properly for you, your family, and your properties safety.

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