Best Value Wood Burning Stove in 2020
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
Herui Stainless Steel Picnic Stove for Wood Burning Camping Portable Cooking Stove Alcohol Burner Pocket Stove (Steelstain stove3)
- Easy to use: Simple design, extremely easy to assemble with only a few steps.
- Model: Wood Stove
- Great for various purposes of outdoor cooking, especially for barbecue.
- Compact and lightweight: This folding stove can be disassembled, very portable to be put in the bag without occupying much space.
- Sturdy and durable: Made of high quality stainless steel with long service life, perfect for outdoor use.
VDSA 2018 Upgrade 4-Blade Heat Powered Fan for Wood Burning Stove Log Burner Fireplace - Eco Friendly and Efficient Fan (Black)
- Eco Friendly and Self Powered- Powered by heat, speed automatically controlled by temperature of the stove top.
- Economical- No batteries or electricity required. Circulating warm air throughout the whole room efficiently.
- Whisper- silent operation, started automatically, even made baby sleep well.
- Innovative and Durable Design, made of anodized aluminum, which will not be rusty or corroded.
- Overall Size: 21L*12.5W*23H(cm). No installation required. Get into use once received.
HY-C MH-6R Magic Heat Bottom Crimp Heat Reclaimer for Use with Wood Burning Appliances, UL Listed, Fits 6" Single Wall Chimney Pipe
- Only UL listed heat reclaimer on the market. Reclaims up to 30% of otherwise lost heat going up your chimney and distributes it into your home.
- Crimp down configuration is designed for use with wood burning heating applications with inside flue temperatures exceeding 350 degrees and surface temperatures of the single wall pipe below the Magic Heat exceeding 280 degrees.
- Easy to install. Fits 6" flue diameter. Built in soot scraper cleans tubes internally allowing for maximum heat transfer.
- Plugs into any standard 110V household outlet. Removable back allows for easy maintenance. Designed for use with single wall connector pipe.
- Toggle switch allows the 225 CFM fan to operate in two modes, either run continuously or thermostat control mode. Made in the USA. One Year Limited Warranty.
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
Rutland Products Grapho-Glas Gasket Spool-Rope-88, 88' x 1/2"
- Graphite-impregnated Braided berglass gaskets
- Engineered to provide superior sealing, protection, and longevity
- Resists creosote and soot adhesion, provides better abrasion resistance
- Lasts longer than traditional white gaskets
Xmund Portable Wood Burning Camping Stove -Lightweight Stainless Steel Backpacking Stove for Outdoor Cooking and Camping Hiking
Midwest Hearth Wood Stove Replacement Gasket for Woodburning Stoves - Graphite Impregnated Fiberglass Gaskets (13/16" x 1/8" x 54" Flat Tape w/Self Adhesive Back)
- ABRASION/CRUSH RESISTANT - Graphite impregnation/lubrication makes gasketing more abrasion resistant.
- GRAPHITE IMPREGNATED FIBERGLASS - Less likely to get stuck with creosote ensuring a better and more consistent seal.
- BLACK GASKET - Used by leading stove manufacturers due to better aesthetics and higher performance.
- INDIVIDUALLY BAGGED - Only order the gaskets you need to waste less and save money.
- MADE IN USA - Quality manufactured in the United States.
Duravent 6" DuraPlus Through the Wall Kit
- Through-the-wall vertical chimney installation kit for 6" DuraPlus chimney pipe
- Secure twist-lock design
- Supports up to 40 feet of chimney pipe (not included)
- All-in-one kit saves time and guesswork.Safe, triple-wall design
- For use with a wood-burning stove
VonHaus 6-Blade Twin Motor Double Heat Powered Wood Stove Fan with Temperature Gauge - Ultra Quiet Fireplace Wood Burning Eco Fan for Efficient Heat Distribution â€“ Black (6 Blade)
- HEAT POWERED STOVE FAN WITH TWIN MOTORS – economically increases the efficiency of your freestanding stove heater, pellet heater or wood/ log burner to generate warmth.Includes a magnetic temperature gauge to monitor the heat and stove fan performance
- ECO-FRIENDLY AND SELF-POWERED - a thermoelectric module acts as a small generator to power the fans’ motor. No batteries or electricity required
- TWIN BLADES FOR HIGHER AIR CIRCULATION - operates automatically between 140 - 662°F (temperature gauge will help you ensure the max. operating temperature is not exceeded) with fan speed automatically adjusting according to the temperature of the stove. Circulates 250 - 320 CFM
- BLACK ALUMINIUM CONSTRUCTION – Extremely quiet operation with six large blades and carry handle, compact size, no installation required.
- Overall Size: 12.5 X 3.9 X 7 Inches (Length X Depth X Height) Blade Size: 3.1 X 2.9 inches
Alternative Heating - Ohioans Turn to Wood and Pellet Stoves
Alternative heating is catching on in Ohio. As the cost of natural gas and oil continues to rise, many Ohioans are turning to alternative heating such as wood burning and pellet stoves.
It is almost ironic in this information and technological age that so many people are using alternative heating and turning back to the basic wood stove.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources says that cutting firewood from home woodlots can ease heating bills and at the same time further good forest management practices. It is important to know though which trees to cut for the overall health of the woodlot and which carry the highest heat value.
Pellet burning stoves are a choice some make because they are clean burning, dust free and have no smell at all. They are also easy to operate. All you do is pour the pellets in and light it. As the name implies pellet stoves burn pellets. These pellets are actually recycled sawdust, wood shavings, walnut and peanut shells and similar waste that are ground up, compressed and extruded. They look like rabbit feed and are sold in 40 lb bags. Pellets run $140 to $200 per ton which is about 50 bags. An average pellets stove will burn 1-3 tons of pellets a season.
You can control the amount of heat by adjusting the feed rate of the pellets, something you can not do with a wood stove, turning wood stoves down creates more creosote which can build up on the chimney which is why the chimney needs cleaned frequently. However pellet stoves do have a downside, they need a bit of electricity to operate which is a problem if the power goes out. That is why most are sticking to the traditional wood stove. Even if the electric goes out you still have heat and you can also cook on a wood stove. I actually cooked a Christmas dinner on a wood stove one year when the power went out for a couple days. The dinner consisted of ham, mashed potatoes and baked beans all cooked on top of my stove. It took a long while but tasted delicious.
Today's wood stoves are far more efficient and cleaner burning then old models. They are easier to operate, offer a view of the flames and won't drive you outside with their uncomfortable heat. The old stoves weren't very friendly to the environment. Now they have to comply with the rigid Particulate Emissions Standards. Particulate Emissions is basically unburned gases from the wood that either condenses on the chimney wall, or is released into the atmosphere as smoke. But now wood stoves burn these gases before they leave the firebox reducing the emissions by over 90%.
Wood stoves heat a range of areas from 600 square feet up to 3,000 square feet. This all depends on your homes size, layout, and amount of insulation, ceiling height, number and size of your windows, the type of stove, where you place it and how you use it. Firewood runs around $125 to $175 a cord. Wood stoves typically use three to four cords of wood a season.
Deciding to go with an alternating heating source is each household's own decision. Some use wood as a second source of heat to burn in the daytime or in power outages. But either way people all over Ohio are installing wood or pellets stoves.
In Pike County Ohio alone all of the second hand stores state that several people have stopped or phoned to see if they sell wood stoves. The Hardware Stores have had a dramatic increase in the sell of wood stoves and fireplace inserts. People all over Ohio are going back to wood or are at least using it has a second source of heat, as a means to save money and fight the high costs of natural gas and oil.