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    Mobile Home Approved Stoves

    You already know the benefits of living where you want. Lower expenses, increased independence, less waste. But what if you want to increase the comfort of your home with a feature usually found in larger homes? Is there any way you can enjoy the benefits of a stove in a mobile home? There absolutely is. We've compiled this list of stoves just for you!
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    9 Questions & 8 Answers
    from Divide, CO asked:
    July 25, 2017
    Is a Franklin Wood burning Stove (freestanding) approved for use in a mobile home?
    1 Answers
    Franklin wood stoves, or any antique wood stoves for that matter, will not be mobile home approved.
    Will M.
    on July 25, 2017

    B. J. Driscoll
    from Locust Grove, VA asked:
    January 11, 2017
    Do you have any rear venting wood stoves that are mobile home approved?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately, we do not carry any rear venting wood burning stoves.
    Brennan W.
    on January 11, 2017

    from Idaho asked:
    December 21, 2016
    What would you recommend for a mobile home of 250 square feet and has the smallest clearances to wall (unit size is a issue)?
    1 Answers
    Based on your needs, I would suggest the Osburn OB01520 High Efficiency EPA Certified Soho Wood Stove.
    Brennan W.
    on December 21, 2016

    Loretta Foster
    from New Jersey asked:
    November 13, 2016
    I am purchasing a mobile home which already has a wood stove. It is being used in place. It sits away from the wall, approximately 2 feet and does not "sit" on any brick or other material. My concern is of fire. We did have an inspection of this mobile home. I was thinking some type of L shape non flammable "item" that would give protection from the back of stove, and also the stove would be on something solid.

    from Websyer, FL asked:
    November 23, 2015
    I am looking for an upgrade for my wood burning mobile home fireplace insert. I have a 2000 square foot home. What is your recommendation?
    1 Answers
    If you are looking for a mobile home approved stove that can heat the space you've described, you will need a stove with a BTU capacity of around 70,000. The Osburn 2200 High Efficiency EPA Bay Window Woodburning Stove would be an excellent choice.
    Will M.
    on November 24, 2015

    from Northwood, NH asked:
    October 20, 2015
    What does "mobile home approved" mean?
    1 Answers
    This means that the manufacturer of the stove has approved the unit to be installed in a mobile or manufactured home. Please bear in mind, however, that you will want to speak with your local code enforcement before any installation.
    Brennan W.
    on October 20, 2015

    from TX asked:
    March 1, 2015
    What is the difference between a stove for a home and a stove for a mobile home?
    1 Answers
    Mobile Home-Approved stoves are units that have specifically been tested and listed for use in such an application; this requires the addition of an outside air kit and the unit must be secured to the chassis of the home. You can find the appropriate outside air kits in the "Accessories" tabs on each stove's item page.
    Tyler M.
    on March 2, 2015

    from Creston, WA asked:
    July 3, 2014
    Hi, I need a mobile home approved wood stove for WA State - and one that will hold a banked fire overnight, for about 7 hours. Can you recommend a model?
    1 Answers
    One of our most popular models for this type of application is the US Stove Medium EPA-Certified Wood-Burning Stove. This unit conforms to the strict 4.5 gram standards for non catalytic appliances used in Washington and is a simple, but rugged and solid performer. Max expected burn time is 8 hours when using seasoned medium to high density cord wood.
    on July 3, 2014

    from Delaware asked:
    May 7, 2014
    What do I need to fully install a wood stove in a mobile home?
    1 Answers
    When installing a wood stove into a mobile home, the following criteria must be met: 1. The stove must be specifically listed by the manufacturer for use in a mobile home. 2. Your local code enforcement agency must allow installation of a wood stove into mobile homes. 3. Outside combustion air must be provided to the stove. This must be by means of a sealed duct from the outside wall or crawlspace, directly to the back of the wood stove. 4. The stove must be anchored to the chassis of the mobile home. This is to prevent movement if the mobile home is relocated. 5. The stove must be electrically grounded to the chassis. This is to prevent damage, should lightning strike the metal chimney.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on May 7, 2014

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