This high efficiency wood burning stove has a pedestal design and is constructed with durable plate steel. It will heat up to 1000 square feet and is approved for mobile use with an outside air supply. Other features include a 3/16" thick top and a brick-lined firebox. An optional blower is available to increase its efficiency. The dimensions of the item are 31 3/4" H x 22 3/4" W x 20 3/8" D and its heat output is up to 18,920 BTU/hr. It has a 6" flue collar and will hold logs up to 18" in length.
Below is a list of chimney components that are compatible with this item. If you are comfortable picking the components that you need for venting this item, please choose from the items below. If you need any help at all, please use our FREE advice from our certified fireplace specialists.
The minimum height for the chimney system on this stove is 15 feet from the floor where the stove is installed. If you need us to build you a quote for a chimney system, please fill out our Chimney Pipe Design & Quote Form.
By Dana from El Mirage, California on January 28, 2013
I have a 2,500 square ft. modular home. I want to take out the insert fireplace ( that came with home) & install this unit in it's place using the existing chimney. Why would I need an out side air vent as there was no such vent on the insert fire place? I have plenty of ventilation in this rather large modular home . The room I'm installing this in has an 11 foot vaulted ceiling & the insert chimney goes through it .
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on January 29, 2013
The fresh air kit - this Majestic S31174 Stove Air Kit - is required by code for your application. If your home is, by definition, a modular home, then it is required regardless of your actual room dimensions.
By Scott from Upstate New York on November 15, 2012
I am completely gutting the existing wood-burning fireplace in our mobile home. The screens are shot and the fire brick is in poor condition. I want to install the Majestic wood-burning stove approved for mobile homes. What stove pipe accessories do I need to marry the existing stove pipe to the new unit?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 15, 2012
Whether or not the existing chimney can be used and the components needed will depend on the size and brand of the chimney. Most information can be gained by using the manufacturer name and model number of the fireplace.