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Pleasant Hearth 1,800 Square Feet Wood Burning Stove, Medium
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- Heats up to 1,800 square feet, burns up to 8 to 10 hours in one fueling; stove with legs and blower with heating capacity up to 65,000 btu’s with seasonal cord wood
- Fits 6-inch stove pipe, a draft control slider above the door, and stove includes variable speed blower
- Epa certified, omni tested, a non-catalytic wood burning stove
- Washington state standard emissions approved, made in the USA
- Assembled dimensions (h by l by w): 30-3/4-inch by 27-inch by 23-inch, weight 335-pound and log capacity up to 22-inch
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From the manufacturer
Pleasant Hearth is a leading brand specializing in wood and pellet stoves, electric fireplaces, fireplace glass doors, fireplace accessories, electric log sets and outdoor fire pits. All of our products have been put through rigorous testing to ensure that they not only meet, but exceed the industry standards of quality, durability and functionality.
Pleasant Hearth Wood Burning Stove
1,800 Square Feet, Medium
Pleasant Hearth non-catalytic wood burning stoves will warm your heart and your home with highly efficient and effective indoor zone heating. All Pleasant Hearth wood burning stoves are made in the USA, and include a 5 year limited warranty.
- High Efficiency EPA Approved Wood Burning Stove
- Ceramic glass window
- Air wash system
- Brick lined firebox
- Connects to a standard 6 inches chimney
- Variable Speed Blower (Included)
Bring the heat
The Pleasant Hearth medium stove has been EPA certified with an 82% efficiency rating and 4.4 grams/hr of emissions. Perfect for any space in your home up to 1,800 square feet with little assembly required.
The easy access door provides a simple way to tend to your fire wood. The brick lined firebox along with the ceramic glass window allow for safe, efficient and easy to view fires.
Clean up is a breeze
Take the difficulty out of clean up with the convenient ash clean out door.
Control your draft
Conveniently located push/pull draft control allows for regulated heat output and burn time.
This non-catalytic ‘pleasant hearth’ wood burning stove will warm your heart and your home with efficient and effective indoor zone heating. This certified EPA medium size stove has an 82-percentefficiency rating and a 4.4 grams/hr emissions rating. Perfect for any space in your home up to 1,800 square feet with little assembly required. All ‘pleasant hearth’ wood burning stoves feature a brick lined firebox, stainless steel ash lip, chrome spring handles, an air wash system, and front-loading solid cast iron door with large ceramic glass viewing area. Additionally, all ‘pleasant hearth’ wood burning stoves are made in the USA, and include a 5 year limited warranty.
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It's solidly built (Made In America - where else?), VERY efficient and heats up our large living room (converted to home office) in minutes. It's easy to maintain and clean (has a built-in ash compartment), good looking and easy to feed....
So much better than our den built-in fire place insert that came with the house when we bought it...!
Purchase and installation:
Price is definitely the biggest reason we opted for this stove. The previous owners of the house had a chimney fire that wrecked the stones in the hearthstone stove. We were quoted 8k for a new hearthstone... 8k!! Compare to $800 and you have our rationale. It arrived in good condition, all pieces included and we bought a bunch of piping to make sure that we got the right sizes to install. That said, the piping was a pain but oh well. That has nothing to do with the stove and you have to do it right for draft and ash fall, etc... That took awhile. We did not opt for a professional because almost everything was there from out old stove we just had to extend, connect and check integrity, etc. All said that was about $30. Setting up the stove was not bad but the instructions were definitely generic. You may need amplification in places. Their website was helpful and forums.
Use and Curing:
It does need curing the first three- five times you run it and that does tend to be smelly. We opened doors. The hard part of this was learning what this girls needs. I found out real quick that we needed a solid bed of newspaper, a layer of twigs and sticks and then a small log- bark if we had scraps. She needs to get to 200 degrees (btw if you're new to wood stoves, spring for the coiled thermometer!) and then she is golden. It is best if you get there with just the kindling. Once you hit 200 you can start to add wood and my biggest learning curve here is that there is a pipe right in the center of the stove that lets out right at the door. Do not block this! If your fire is only so so check it! We "dig out the middle" when the fire isn't cooperating and I think it is because that pipe is blocked. It works great beyond those two tweaks- and do I wish I didn't have to deal with them? Sure! But our old top of the line stove had her quirks too. It is like any appliance.
Our house is 1870 sqft and two levels. The stove is at the base of the stairs so it is prefectly placed to heat both floors. If we are trying to warm the entire house ( including spare bedrooms) we could probably get it to 72-73. Really nice when it is 20 out. If we close doors we find it gets too hot in the common areas- 76-77. We are happy with the performance when we are awake and here to babysit and add logs once per hour. At night and when we leave it leaves something to be desired. You only get about 3-4 hours max of heat production and then you have to start from scratch again. That is with full flu closed! Hence I took a star. The hearthstone would still be warm after 6-7 hours. I miss that. Oh well. I saved $7200.
All in all, long review. We are happy with this purchase. Money v. Performance balance was optimized.
It does heat a large family room and more quite well, in spite of vaulted ceilings.
The wide door is super useful. I have fit rather long pieces of wood in there by putting it in diagonally. The stove itself is super sturdy and HEAVY. Be sure to get a buddy or two to help you carry it in the house and put it in position. Once it is there, you are not going to move it yourself.
I do not get over-night burn times. At first I thought it was the wood I was using (really old oak that was probably a bit too old for good burning), but after using it for 3 years, I don't think it has much to do with the wood. It does put out a good deal of heat, and if my 98-year-old house were better insulated, it could probably be the primary heat source instead of a secondary one.
The damper lever was hard to operate for the first few months, but after a while it loosened up a bit and now it slides fairly easily.
This stove is my first wood stove, and it has gotten me hooked on them. I don't think I could ever live in a house without one now.
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