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By Jim on November 9, 2012
I am interested in buying a wood-burning stove to heat my workshop. Shop size is 30' X 60' and is 16' at the eaves. General looks are not a consideration. The shop is located in Arkansas, where temperatures rarely go below 20 degrees F. Are WB stoves rated in BTU, and if so what rating would you suggest?
on November 9, 2012
Indeed, wood stoves are rated by BTU. For your application, I would recommend an appliance capable of around 60,000 to 65,000 BTU. Please follow the below link to view a stove listed on our site.
The Timberwolf is basically a no-frills version of Napoleon's other stoves, but still packs all the efficient heat production of the other units.
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