|Item Weight||275 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||24.5 x 27 x 30 inches|
|Item model number||2000|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Multitool Accessory|
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US Stove 2000 EPA Certified Wood Stove, Medium
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US Stove's 2000 Wood Stove is a mid-sized plate steel stove that features a large, elegant arched glass door with a built-in "air wash" feature, which helps keep the glass clean and the fire viewable. The 2000 Wood Stove will heat 2,000 square feet of your home with up to 89,000 BTU's of heat and includes a quiet, efficient 100-cubic-feet-per-minute blower. The spacious 2 cubic foot firebox will accept logs up to 21" in length, increasing burn time and decreasing time spent refueling the stove. This stove meets the stringent requirements of the EPA Certification program and is also approved for use in mobile homes. The 2000 is firebrick lined for long life and combustion efficiency, and also features a large ashpan with cast iron ash plug, and a heavy duty cast iron flue collar.
Top customer reviews
Set up was a little difficult, but only because I was adjusting my stack from the previous size stove to this one. For your first few burns, you need to use for only 4 hours at a time, to allow the cast iron and sprayed on color to settle in.
Starting is really easy, open the draft all the way and use dry kindling. I leave the door cracked open for at least 5 minutes while it's getting started. Then, close the door and reduce the air a bit. After about 10/15 minutes, I reduce the air all the way and then the stove is in the long-term energy efficient mode.
I read a couple reviews where people complained about the machining: I have not had any issues, It's sturdy and the door is solid, there is no other movement that was not intended. This stove has already saved me money in two ways: 1) It's burning a lot less wood than the previous stove, so I'm getting more mileage out of what I use. 2) I have not used the furnace AT ALL. Zero. I will be installing an intake vent in the ceiling, near the stove, so that I can use the furnace to circulate the air throughout the house. Also, there is an automatic fan in the back of the stove. On the low setting, you can't hear it. On medium, I can hear a little and on high, it's clearly audible. The thermostat on the fan seems to be doing a good job.
This stove gets hot very quickly. I was used to my old stove so I stocked the inside with wood and heard the blower on high. I looked at the thermometer and it said I was at 700. (which is too hot and and exceeding an optimal burn temperature. (Oops, lesson learned) So now I add one log at a time and see how she goes. There's no catalytic converter in this stove, which is good because then I don't have to worry about replacing it down the line. Instead, this stove is set up so that it "reburns" the air, and that's where the high efficiency comes from.
I have no complaints and give this stove a shining 5 stars. One of my most favorite things about this stove is the large window. It's very nice and calming to see so much of the fire.
On a side note, I'm not normally a fan of the black and boxey-looking pedestal stoves. But with the cost savings and environmentally-friendly build, I really like this stove.
Even though .i purchased this stove from another seller i wanted to share my opinion. I think its a great stove, follow directions, pay particular attemtion to minimum chimney length. My chimney is 12 feet and straight line from stove top to the cap and I do not have any problems with venting or dirty glass. When starting follow directions, though I don't preheat chimney, I do build my tent of DRY kindling over cardboard. Open the damper all the way and crack the door open an inch or so and fire will start up in short order. I load the stove up for the over night crack the damper open and usually have plenty enough coals to fire up another log in the morning.
Between my pellet stove and this I keep my 2700 sqft home warm. All in all very happy with this stove, looks nice and man, does it throw out some heat.