10 Best Wood Stove Design

Updated on: September 2020

Best Wood Stove Design in 2020


Fireplaces and Wood Stoves (HOME REPAIR AND IMPROVEMENT (UPDATED SERIES))

Fireplaces and Wood Stoves (HOME REPAIR AND IMPROVEMENT (UPDATED SERIES))
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

Lixada Portable Stainless Steel Lightweight Folding Wood Stove Pocket Stove for Camping Cooking Picnic Backpacking OutdoorlI (Model 1)

Lixada Portable Stainless Steel Lightweight Folding Wood Stove Pocket Stove for Camping Cooking Picnic Backpacking OutdoorlI (Model 1)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • --CONVENIENT: Extremely easy to assemble; lightweight and collapsible, folds flat for easy storage, perfect for backpacking and camping.
  • --DURABLE MATERIAL AND STURDY STUCTURE: Sturdy stainless steel construction allows you to place your cookware stably.
  • --EASY TO USE: It is extremely easy to assemble. Scientific design: with open mouth for convenient adding wood.
  • --LIGHTWEIGHT & PACKABLE: The stove folds up compact and packs flat enough to fit into a pocket.
  • --UNLIMITED FUEL SOURCES: Cook a meal using the twigs you collect on your hike. Say goodbye to heavy, costly, polluting petrol fuels. No fuel canisters, no chemical emissions, no batteries, less carbon footprint.

The New Woodburner's Handbook (Down-To-Earth Energy Book)

The New Woodburner's Handbook (Down-To-Earth Energy Book)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020

Plow & Hearth 12130BK 12130-BK Cast Iron Wood Stove Kettle Steamer with Pine Cone Design, In Black, 2.5Qt

Plow & Hearth 12130BK 12130-BK Cast Iron Wood Stove Kettle Steamer with Pine Cone Design, In Black, 2.5Qt
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • HEAVY CAST IRON - Durable, long-lasting steamer retains heat and withstands high temperatures even if empty
  • PORCELAIN ENAMEL MATTE FINISH - Coated inside and out to resist rust and chipping, easy to keep clean
  • MOISTURIZES & HUMIDIFIES - Healthy steam puffs out of the lid openings to make winter air more comfortable
  • FUNCTIONAL & DECORATIVE - Unique solution to a common problem; makes a great conversation piece and gift
  • LARGE CAPACITY - Top-filling pot with removable lid holds 2-1/2 quarts of water; add potpourri for aromatherapy

Build Your Own Wood-Fired Oven: From the Earth, Brick or New Materials

Build Your Own Wood-Fired Oven: From the Earth, Brick or New Materials
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
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Ecofan AirMax. Heat Powered Stove Fan. Authentic 2 Blade Canadian Design. Nickel.

Ecofan AirMax. Heat Powered Stove Fan. Authentic 2 Blade Canadian Design. Nickel.
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • 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

Fire Places: A Practical Design Guide to Fireplaces and Stoves

Fire Places: A Practical Design Guide to Fireplaces and Stoves
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020

Nerdi Cast Iron Moose Wood Stove Steamer 13.12 L x 12.25 W x 7.25 H, 12-1/4"L x 7" W x 11-1/4"H, 3 qt. Capacity, Black

Nerdi Cast Iron Moose Wood Stove Steamer 13.12 L x 12.25 W x 7.25 H, 12-1/4
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Moose design wood stove steamer; 3 quart capacity
  • Brings the spirit of the northwoods to your home or cabin
  • Cast iron with a porcelain enamel finish
  • Rust resistant
  • Helps add moisture to dry air

Build Your Own Barrel Oven: A Guide for Making a Versatile, Efficient, and Easy to Use Wood-Fired Oven

Build Your Own Barrel Oven: A Guide for Making a Versatile, Efficient, and Easy to Use Wood-Fired Oven
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
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Minuteman International Round Lattice woodstove Tabletop cast Iron Trivet, Black

Minuteman International Round Lattice woodstove Tabletop cast Iron Trivet, Black
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Made of cast iron - round, measuring 6 ½-in diameter
  • Matte Black enameled porcelain finish
  • On the woodstove- protect wood stove finish from scratches and diffuse heat beneath a steamer, kettle or Dutch oven. Remove rubber bumpers on feet before placing on a hot stove
  • Tabletop or counter- decorative and functional, these Trivets are ideal for placing beneath a hot dish on the counter or table when cooking, and make hotplates attractive enough for the Dining table or buffet
  • Traditional basketweave design, lattice top with rubber feet

Tips for Stacking and Storing Firewood

Enjoy the wonderful heat wood heat can offer by properly stacking and storing your firewood.

Cut into proper lengths and size

When splitting firewood logs, keeping them all relatively like-sized will make stacking them later on easier. Split the wood into easily-managed sizes. Pieces that are too large will be difficult to carry, stack and maneuver. Before splitting the wood, measure the opening on your woodburner or fireplace to ensure you aren't cutting your logs too large to easily fit.

Don't stack firewood against the side of the house

Stacking your firewood against your home can invite unwanted critters to enjoy the warmth inside. Black Widow and Brown Recluse spiders are notorious for loving a good woodpile. Other small critters (especially mice and rats) will also see a stack of firewood as a wonderful place to hang out all winter and you definitely don't want them in such close proximity to your home.

Firewood stacked against the side of a home can cause damage to the home's siding and or foundation. Firewood should be stored about 4-10 feet from your home - away from the siding.

Stack the firewood properly

When stacking your firewood cross-stack the logs to allow air to flow better through the woodpile. Proper airflow will help reduce moisture and deter those pests that adore a good woodpile. Cross-stacking simply means alternating the direction of each row.

Stack the firewood on top of wood or metal rails or lengths of lumber placed parallel to each other. This will keep the stack of firewood up and out of contact with the ground which will in turn keep the wood from soaking up moisture from the ground.

Your firewood should not be stacked higher than four feet. A woodpile that is too high will pose a safety hazard. Four feet is a manageable height for a normal-sized adult to both stack firewood and retrieve logs for burning. Make the time to restack the logs in your woodpile periodically throughout the winter.

Cover your firewood and keep it dry

Keep your firewood under an enclosure or covered with a tarp. Keep snow brushed away from the woodpile to keep the wood as dry as possible. If the firewood has gotten too damp to burn well, move a small amount into your garage or a utility room to dry. Allow this wood to dry out for about a week before you burn it.

Safety and final thoughts on firewood

When using a fireplace or a woodburner, regularly test your smoke detectors and replace batteries regularly. Be sure to store any firewood that you bring inside in a fire-resistant container. Keep a fire extinguisher nearby and know how to use it should a fire get out of hand.

Follow these tips for keeping your firewood dry, protected and stacked properly for a warm and cozy winter.

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