By Allan from Chestertown, MD on September 15, 2016
My house is just over 2000 sq. ft.. Will the Osborn 2000 be large enough or should we go with the 2400 and will there be a shipping charge also?
By Chris C. on September 16, 2016
The Osburn 2000 has been tested to be capable of heating up to 2100 square feet, but this is on its highest burn setting. For a space of 2000 square feet, I believe that you would be much more pleased with the larger Osburn 2400
as it will not be close to exceeding its heating capacity to heat your home. The 2400 carrying a larger firebox allows for longer burn times as well to decrease the time reloading the stove. Shipping within the contiguous 48 States carries no shipping charges, and being outside the state of Tennessee, there is also no sales tax to be charged.
By Eric from Portland, OR on March 3, 2017
What is the g/hr emissions for this unit? Oregon RETC allows me up to 3.5 g/hr.
By Brennan W. on March 3, 2017
Answer:Emissions for the Osburn 2000 insert are 3.9 grams/hour.
By Rux from MT on November 18, 2015
What are the actual dimensions of this Osburn 2000 high-efficiency woodburning insert? What are the actual dimensions in inches of the firebox and how far back is the flue?
By Brennan W. on November 18, 2015
Answer:The full dimensions of the insert are 26.5" deep, 25 5/8" wide without the faceplate, and 23 1/8" high without the faceplate. The faceplate dimensions will be dependent on the faceplate chosen at the time of purchase.
By Mike from Amesbury, MA on October 16, 2016
I am interested in The Osburn 2000. Can you recommend a local installer for this product?
By eFireplaceStore on October 17, 2016
Answer:While we do specialize in technical support for our items, I'm afraid that we cannot assist with a local installer, as we are an online presence only. I apologize for the inconvenience. Many of our past customers have had great success working with a handyman service or reputable home improvement contractor.
By Theresa from Pittsburgh, PA on October 28, 2015
How many BTU's can this Osburn OBO2011 high efficiency EPA certified 2000 wood insert produce?
By Brennan W. on October 28, 2015
Answer:This unit has a maximum output of 32,200 BTU's.