Heating America since 1869
US Stove is a designer and manufacturer of many types of heating equipment, ranging from corn and wood pellet stoves to wood fireplaces, gas fireplaces, cast-iron wood stoves, and forced air furnaces. They also sell several "multi-fuel" stoves which will take a blend of corn and wood pellets in up to ratios of up to 50%. US Stove products are designed and manufactured to suit homeowners on a budget who want to heat their homes efficiently and economically.
The Hearth Focus Multifuel Stove - Model 6139HF
The Hearth Focus line is US Stove's premium series of alternative and renewable fuel heating systems. The 6039HF is US Stove's premier line of alternative heating appliances. This model's powder-coated paint is certified to withstand extremely high temperatures, so there is no risk of damage resulting from the heat within, and it includes hard-coded diagnostics in US Stove's newest digital control board to ensure trouble-free operation and efficient burning. This control board includes 21 preset variables allowing the use of different fuels in the future. This stove is certified for use in mobile homes, and also meets the EPA's strict Phase II emissions guidelines, allowing it to be used in virtually every state without special permits.
- 309 lbs.
- Burns Corn and Pellets
- 52,300 BTU / hour
- 1,300 sq. ft.
- Certified for mobile home use
- EPA Certified
Ashley Fireplace Insert
- 360 lbs.
- Plate Steel Construction
- Burns wood up to 18" long
- 40,000 BTU / hour
- Heating Capacity up to 1,600 sq. ft.
- Firebox Dimensions: 20" H x 23.5" W x 16" D
- Fireplace Opening: 21.75" H x 23.5" W x 14.5" D
- Includes 100 cfm blower for heat circulation
The Ashley Fireplace Insert Heater provides a creative way to bring together good looks and heating efficiency. The 4600 is certified to comply with EPA Phase II regulations, so it can be used nationwide, letting you reduce your heating bills by burning wood.
Large Logwood – Model 2421
- 200 lbs.
- Cast-iron construction
- Burns hardwood or softwood
- 35,000 BTU / hour
- Heating capacity up to 900 sq. ft.
- Stove Dimensions: 28.75" H x 16.5" W x 38" L
This stove is exempt from the EPA Phase II requirements, making it unusable in some states. If your state allows the use of uncertified woodstoves, it can provide economical and very low maintenance wood heat.