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US Stove Country Hearth EPA-Certified Wood Burning Stove with Blower

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  • Durable plate steel construction
  • Attractive metallic black finish
  • Ultra-quiet 100 CFM blower
  • Generates 47,626 to 112,000 BTUs per hour
  • Effectively heats 1,600 to 2,400 sq. ft.
  • EPA-Certified
  • Can be used in Washington state
  • Approved for use in mobile homes when used with a separately purchased Fresh Air Kit
  • Large viewing window
  • Air wash glass system ensures a clear view of flames
  • Large ashpan allows for simple cleanup
  • 6" flue collar
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There are three things you look for in a wood-burning stove: efficiency, ease of use, and an outstanding appearance. A truly perfect hearth accessory, this US Stove Country Hearth EPA-Certified Wood Burning Stove with Blower possesses all of those qualities and then some. Any room of your home would benefit from the addition of this amazing stove.

And so would your wallet. Capable of generating more than 112,000 BTUs and heating up to 2,400 sq. ft., this steel wood-burning stove is an excellent secondary heat source. That means that rather than having to continually raise the heat - and consequently your heating bill - to warm that drafty den or guest room, you can just use an Country Hearth Wood Burning Stove to keep those problems spots nice and cozy. No matter whether you're talking short term or long term, you'll save when you invest in this budget-friendly home accessory.

So really, when it comes to hearth appliances, you can't do much better than a US Stove Country Hearth EPA-Certified Wood Burning Stove with Blower. It will effectively keep your family and friends warm, reduce your heating costs, and, of course, provide your home with the kind of traditional charm only a classic wood stove can offer.


Venting Requirements: This unit requires venting pipe with an inner diameter of 6 Inches. Please see the Venting Components tab on this page for venting pipe that must be used with this unit.

Features

  • Durable plate steel construction
  • Attractive metallic black finish
  • Ultra-quiet 100 CFM blower
  • Generates 47,626 to 112,000 BTUs per hour
  • Effectively heats 1,600 to 2,400 sq. ft.
  • EPA-Certified
  • Can be used in Washington state
  • Approved for use in mobile homes when used with a separately purchased Fresh Air Kit
  • Large viewing window
  • Air wash glass system ensures a clear view of flames
  • Large ashpan allows for simple cleanup
  • 6" flue collar
  • Specifications:
    • Dimensions: 30.75" H x 27" W x 25" D
    • Clearances: 20" side and 12" rear
    • Capacity: 21" logs
    • Weight: 350 lbs.
Manufacturer: US Stove Company
Part Number: 2500
eFireplaceStore Item Number: USS-2500
UPC: 012685250007
US Stove Country Hearth EPA-Certified Wood Burning Stove with Blower
$1,474.95
4.5 Stars based on 29 Review(s)
Boyd Boyd
Massachussetts
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Heats Large Home
November 7, 2013
I love this stove and the price was amazing for the quality I received.It is doing a great job, and I only have to load it once at night to completely heat my 2,500 sq/ft home. There was some confusion on the EPA numbers and BTU output not matching the advertised values.

Russell Mccormick
Wyoming
3 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Works Pretty Well Overall
May 18, 2013
Our house is a Cape Cod style, about 2500 square feet. This stove works pretty well for us, but I kind of wish now I’d have paid more and gotten a larger, more efficient model. Things I like about it: The heat just pours out of it! So, no complaints on that score. I really like the air wash feature on the glass—works great. The stove burns for about six hours at a shot, which seems reasonable to me. Things I’m not so happy about: This model requires more space in front of it (26 inches) than do most other models (18 inches). So be aware of that as you decide where you’re going to install it. You won’t pass code inspection if you don’t do it right. So that’s for in front of the stove; behind the stove, they say you can have it about 11 inches from the wall. I did that, but, boy, does that wall get hot! I can’t even lay a hand on it when the stove is cranked up. So you may want to allow more than 11 inches of clearance behind the unit. Hardware on the door (hinges and latch) doesn’t seem to be the greatest quality. Inside the stove at the top is a fire board. Be careful, it’s fragile and can be cracked easily! (Yes, this happened to ours.) Things I would change about it if I could: I wish the damper rod worked left/right rather than in a “pull” fashion. I wish I could vary the fan’s speed more easily. I wish the blower wasn’t so loud.

Claire Gomez
Wisconsin
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Could Have a Larger Firebox
May 3, 2013
Aside from having a firebox that seems a little on the small side, it is able to do quite well in keeping my home nice and warm.

Jonathon West
Missouri
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Changed with the Times and I'm Glad I Did!
March 20, 2013
Well, I had my previous stove for over 30 years and thought I was happy with it. I didn't know what I was missing, though, till I upgraded to this newer model! I'm using much less wood now and breathing less smoke. I LOVE the door with the window so we can enjoy watching the fire too! Don't knock new technology till you try it! :) We thought the shipping charges were appropriate, and we got it fast. And we assembled it easily. It's easy to use and cleaning is no problem. The whole family is happy with the stove and sees it as a huge improvement. When we have guests over they often comment on the stove--how nice it looks and how well it heats the house. Was it worth the investment? Yes! Am I happy with it? Do you have to ask!? :)

Kristen Copeland
Oregon
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Using It for a Second Year, Good Stove!
February 20, 2013
One big reason to get a wood burning stove is because of the money it can save you, and that's sure true in my case! I used to sped a lot of money on propane every winter. Now I can keep my over-2800-square-foot home heated all winter to about 70 degrees even when the temp's around zero. This is my second winter to use the stove. I like the big firebox and the fact that it has dual blowers. I also got good customer service when I had a problem--one of the blowers caused a really annoying vibration, like it was out of balance or something. I called the company and they sent me a new blower, free! Can't beat that. Wish the damper settings allowed more variation, but I found another way to allow more airflow in--I just open the spin draft a little bit. I think the stove is well worth the price!

Meghan Mendoza
Washington
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great at Heating a Large Room
December 30, 2012
This does a terrific job in keeping a large room, and the ash tray is quite nice.

Anna Gross
Mississippi
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Delivery Was Tricky
June 2, 2012
This stove is everything I was looking for in a stove. I give it a top rating for being energy efficient, great price, shipped really fast, and the installation was easy. The only drawback was that it was delivered on a truck with no lift and we didn't have anyone here that could assist the driver.

Blanca Ramirez
Maine
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

No Grate Included
March 4, 2012
This sturdy stove was easy to assemble, looks attractive, and is easily heating my LARGE house. I'm not really complaining, but it would have been nice if the grate was included,instead of having topurchase itseparately.

Marguerite Mcdaniel
Michigan
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Primary Heat Source
March 2, 2012
I give this stove my highest rating. Its ability to adequately heat a 2,000 square foot home will make this stove a great choice if you are looking for anew, primaryheat source. It's a quality, great looking stove that heats very efficiently.

john watkins
chehalis wa
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Best Wood Stove
January 17, 2012
Best wood stove I've ever had and I've had several. Heats 1700 sq ft with no problem. Heats 5-6 hr with small load of hemlock. Keeps glass clean too.
Cons:
no dislikes

Aaron Guerrero
New York
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Easy to Fire Up
January 15, 2012
I am enjoying the fact that since running this stove the electric furnace has never come on. It is keeping our home nice and warm on the lowest setting. Hot coals are always present,making it easy to keep fired up. What a great stove!

Willie Larson
South Dakota
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Very Happy With The Results
January 8, 2012
All around, this heater has proven itself to be an excellent purchase. It has cut down significantly on my heating expenses, and also has managed to keep my home much warmer as well. The first time I used it, there was a lot of smoke, but since then, the smokiness issue has abated significantly.

C. Moffitt
Harriet Arkansas
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Very Satisfied Customer
November 15, 2011
I purchased this stove in October 2011. I installed the stove on November 9th , I followed the pipe heating instructions per manual, then lit the stove. This is the best wood stove I have ever owned. My house is 1955 sq. ft. it heats the whole house evenly. I would truly recommend this stove to anyone. whether it be for back up heating system or for everyday use. This is my only source of heat , and I am very satisfied with this purchase. The purchase all the way to the function of this stove.It is a beautiful stove for the price.
Pros:
Everything
Cons:
Nothing

Allison Clark
Oklahoma
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Second Source of Heat
February 23, 2011
Last year I used this stove as a second source of heat. Heating my 2,000 sq/ft home was not difficult at all. If you have existing ductwork, it's very easy to install andto get heat throughout the house. I wish the blower was not so loud and that the damper worked better. I may try and make some improvements this year.

Charlene Owens
Utah
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

All That Was Promised
February 18, 2011
Overall, this product has been a tremendous asset to our home in that it is everything that we needed for it to be. I intended for it to be a standalone heating system to keep our home warm and it has managed to do just that and more. The installation instructions were very user friendly. One suggestion I would like to make is that you burn it outside prior to installing it; this will get rid of oils that will leave a very nasty smell.

Michelle Henry
Maine
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Heats 2 Story Home
December 1, 2010
I am thrilled with the purchase of this stove. We got it for a great price, andI simply LOVE it! I love how it heats, and I love how it saves me money on fuel costs. We put this stove in the basement of our 2 story home, and with the use of the blowerit heats wonderfully. I just couldn't be happier.

Joy Matthews
New Jersey
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Not Complete
September 8, 2010
I have no complaints for this stove. It heats my large house to a very warm temperature. It is so much more economical than electric or gas heat. There are other items that may need to be purchased for the installation. I spent an additional several hundred dollars on pipe and duct work for my particular situation.

Albert Allison
South Carolina
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Heating 3000 Square Feet
August 13, 2010
After watching my power bill go from under $200 each month to over $600, I decided it was time to look into getting a wood stove. I've put it in my home's basement and have attached it to my house's ductwork on the first and second floors. I just did this yesterday, but so far it seems to be doing a great job. It's been around thirty outside and my house's square footage is about 3000. Now, when you first start it up, it does smoke some. And the fan makes the side panels vibrate, which could be annoying. But it's in my basement, so that doesn't bother me, and when I think of how much money I'm saving each month by using this stove, I'm not complaining!

Dora Lucas
North Carolina
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Not Made in the USA
July 27, 2010
My only complaint about this stove is that it is not manufactured here in the USA, but rather imported. The stove itself is a great product and I can highly recommend it. It is a quality stove that gives off a lot of heat.

Pablo Wells
Tennessee
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Best Heater Yet
February 21, 2010
Let me begin my review by saying that I have been using wood stoves for over forty years, and the results I have received from this product would place this right at the top. There have been a few minor problems along the way, but overall, it has managed to exceed my expectations. When it was delivered, it arrived on a wooden pallet. The minor quibbles that I have with this product include an ash tray that is a little on the shallow side and a blower that has some bad vibrations. Just to tell you how effective this stove is, the outside temperature could be a frigid fourteen degrees while this stove is keeping the indoor temperature at a very comfortable 73 degrees.

Adrienne Craig
Ohio
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Some Good, Some Bad
February 14, 2010
I like this stove pretty much, but it's kind of a mixture of good and bad. I bought it to replace an old stove I'd had for 20 years. I liked that stove a lot. There are some things the old stove had that this one doesn't, and I miss those features. Such as, the old stove's door was larger and used to swing down (this one swings out), so I have to split the wood now--more work for me. The ashes tend to spill out when you open it, but if burning wood gets up against the door, you can't open it. Things I like better about this stove: I like being able to see inside through the glass door. The blower is much quieter on this stove than it was on my old one. And this one puts out more heat than the old one did.

Malcolm Hicks
Texas
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Cost Effective Heating
September 15, 2009
This is an amazing stove that has cut down on the amount of wood I need to burn to keep my 3,000 square foot home warm during the summer time. The one minor issue that I have had with it is with the blowers. They have been a little on the noisy side, and I wish that there was a different way to mount them.

Ed Hardy
Virginia
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Efficient And Well Constructed
August 1, 2009
Aside from the ash pan being on the shallow side, this is a very well designed and constructed stove. It has very competitive pricing, and the instructions make the installation process quite easy.

Gerald Sherman
Vermont
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Use It All The Time
March 31, 2009
This is an all around terrific stove that is equipped with just about every conceivable item that an individual would need to have. I love it so much I use it all of the time.

Andrew Black
Pennsylvania
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Early Delivery
March 15, 2009
I was very happy when my stove arrived well packed andseveral days early! Thank you for the fast delivery. I was able to do the installation myself. It was a little frustrating that in my case, the wire was too short. I was able to make the adjustment, but it might have proved difficult for others. The stove is up and running now and has my house very warm. I would certainly recommend this stove to everyone.

Eva Willis
West Virginia
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Heats Efficiently
February 22, 2009
Our house is between 1500 and 2000 square feet, and this stove does a nice job of keeping us warm. It's nice to have the blower, but we rarely use it. Well made, economically priced. The company also offers a thermometer for the stovepipe, and we're thinking of getting one of those too. We've very happy with this product and recommend it!

Marta Murray
New Mexico
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Looks Good, Heats Great
February 17, 2009
We live in a farmhouse that's over 100 years old, and it has the problems typical of an old home like this--not very energy efficient, leaky windows and doors, poor insulation. It gets really cold, windy, and snowy here in the winters too. But we've been really pleased with the way this stove heats our home (which is nearly 2000 sq ft) upstairs and downstairs. And we haven't even had to use the blower yet. Only negative I can think of: the glass on the front door turned yellow, but that's really no big deal considering the way this unit pumps out the heat. Nice looking stove. We're really happy with it and are glad we bought it!

Toby Mccoy
Minnesota
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Do Your Research First
February 14, 2009
We did our research first and thought this would be the best stove for our needs. I recommend you do the same, because we ended up very happy with our purchase. It was easy to order, it came quickly and in good condition, and we thought installing it was pretty easy. Here's another tip--find the manual online before the stove arrives and read it so you'll be ready to go when it comes. This model states you have to have two feet of clearance on the front side, almost 11 inches on the sides, so plan appropriately for that. On some models you have to pay extra for the ash drawer and blower, but those come standard on this model at no extra cost. (Nice!) Sometimes people complain about the blowers being too loud, but we've found this one isn't loud at all unless you set it on high. We clean the glass on the door with steel wool, no big deal. One thing I would change if I could--the company sends two hoses with the fresh intake kit. One hose isn't long enough by itself, so you have to hook them together. I wish they'd just send one hose that was long enough. Wouldn't that be simpler for everyone? Anyway, we're very happy with the stove and do recommend it to others!

Gilbert Thornton
Massachussetts
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Good Stove, Even the Accessories Work Great
February 13, 2009
It's not hard to use this stove, and it's not hard to clean it. I recommend getting the accessories with it--I purchased the blower/thermostat, air filter, and spring-loaded back draft, and they all work great too. I wish it didn't burn quite so much wood, but it's still a great stove. I've had it almost four years and am using it as the main heat source for our whole house.



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Dura-Vent DVL 6-Inch Double-Wall Black Adjustable Stovepipe - For Connecting Wood Burning Stoves to DuraPlus and DuraTech Chimney Systems - 4-Inch to 11-Inch Length
Dura-Vent DVL 6-Inch Double-Wall Black Adjustable Stovepipe - For Connecting Wood Burning Stoves to DuraPlus and DuraTech Chimney Systems - 4-Inch to 11-Inch Length
A convenient space solution for Your home, this pipe greatly reduces the required clearance for a stove to a chimney system. The space required for this pipe is merely 6" from walls and 8" from ceilings. The pipe warms more quickly and retains heat longer with its double stainless steel wall ...(See Complete Description)

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Dura-Vent DVL 6-Inch Double-Wall Black Adjustable Stovepipe - For Connecting Wood Burning Stoves to DuraPlus and DuraTech Chimney Systems - 3-Inch to 5-Inch Length
Dura-Vent DVL 6-Inch Double-Wall Black Adjustable Stovepipe - For Connecting Wood Burning Stoves to DuraPlus and DuraTech Chimney Systems - 3-Inch to 5-Inch Length
A convenient space solution for Your home, this pipe greatly reduces the required clearance for a stove to a chimney system. The space required for this pipe is merely 6" from walls and 8" from ceilings. The pipe warms more quickly and retains heat longer with its double stainless steel wall ...(See Complete Description)

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Dura-Vent DVL 6-Inch Double-Wall Black Telescoping Stovepipe - For Connecting Wood Burning Stoves to DuraPlus and DuraTech Chimney Systems - 29-Inch to 48-Inch Length
Dura-Vent DVL 6-Inch Double-Wall Black Telescoping Stovepipe - For Connecting Wood Burning Stoves to DuraPlus and DuraTech Chimney Systems - 29-Inch to 48-Inch Length
Once Your stove has been installed, the next job for You to do is to make sure that everything is properly connected. The Dura-Vent DVL 6-Inch Double-Wall Black Telescoping Stovepipe has been designed to connect Wood Burning Stoves to DuraPlus and DuraTech Chimney Systems, giving to Your stove the accessories it ...(See Complete Description)

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Dura-Vent DVL 6-Inch Double-Wall Black Telescoping Stovepipe - For Connecting Wood Burning Stoves to DuraPlus and DuraTech Chimney Systems - 40-Inch to 68-Inch Length
Dura-Vent DVL 6-Inch Double-Wall Black Telescoping Stovepipe - For Connecting Wood Burning Stoves to DuraPlus and DuraTech Chimney Systems - 40-Inch to 68-Inch Length
Once Your stove has been installed, the next job for You to do is to make sure that everything is properly connected. The Dura-Vent DVL 6-Inch Double-Wall Black Telescoping Stovepipe has been designed to connect Wood Burning Stoves to DuraPlus and DuraTech Chimney Systems, giving to Your stove the accessories it ...(See Complete Description)

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Dura-Vent DVL 6-Inch Double-Wall Black Stovepipe Elbow - For Connecting Wood Burning Stoves to DuraPlus and DuraTech Chimney Systems - 45-Degrees
Dura-Vent DVL 6-Inch Double-Wall Black Stovepipe Elbow - For Connecting Wood Burning Stoves to DuraPlus and DuraTech Chimney Systems - 45-Degrees
This DVL stovepipe elbow by Dura-Vent allows You to connect wood burning stoves to DuraTech and DuraPlus factory built chimneys, and easily offsets obstructions. This elbow is made of .016 in. stainless steel inner wall with .018 in. aluminized steel outer wall, and reduces clearance to combustibles to 6 in. for ...(See Complete Description)

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Dura-Vent DVL 6-Inch Double-Wall Black Stovepipe Elbow - For Connecting Wood Burning Stoves to DuraPlus and DuraTech Chimney Systems - 90-Degrees
Dura-Vent DVL 6-Inch Double-Wall Black Stovepipe Elbow - For Connecting Wood Burning Stoves to DuraPlus and DuraTech Chimney Systems - 90-Degrees
This DVL stovepipe elbow by Dura-Vent allows You to connect wood burning stoves to DuraTech and DuraPlus factory built chimneys, and easily offsets obstructions. This elbow is made of .016 in. stainless steel inner wall with .018 in. aluminized steel outer wall, and reduces clearance to combustibles to 6 in. for ...(See Complete Description)

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DuraVent DVL Stovepipe/Chimney Pipe Adaptor With Trim - 6"
DuraVent DVL Stovepipe/Chimney Pipe Adaptor With Trim - 6"
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Of course there’s nothing more frustrating than missing a crucial component when installing any new system to your home. These adaptor rings from DuraVent help make the necessary transitions between DuraVent DVL double-wall stovepipe and DuraVent chimney pipe for vertical installations. They’re constructed of durable stainless steel on the inside and ...(See Complete Description)

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DuraTech All-Fuel 24-Inch Square Cathedral Ceiling Support Box with Trim Collar - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-CS24
DuraTech All-Fuel 24-Inch Square Cathedral Ceiling Support Box with Trim Collar - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-CS24
If you have a cathedral ceiling, you may want an extra measure of support for your chimney pipe. This handy support box is designed for either flat or cathedral ceilings, and is meant for use with a 6" DuraTech chimney pipe. It can support up to 60' of chimney, and is ...(See Complete Description)

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DuraTech All-Fuel 11-Inch Square Cathedral Ceiling Support Box with Trim Collar -  For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-CS11
DuraTech All-Fuel 11-Inch Square Cathedral Ceiling Support Box with Trim Collar - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-CS11
Pass your DuraTech chimney piping through your ceiling with ease with this 11" Square Cathedral Ceiling Support Box from DuraTech. This venting accessory can support up to 60' of chimney, and can be used on flat and slightly sloped ceilings. This Ceiling Support Box measures 12" W x 12" L x ...(See Complete Description)

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DuraTech All-Fuel Chimney Round Ceiling Support - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-RCS
DuraTech All-Fuel Chimney Round Ceiling Support - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-RCS
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This round ceiling support is used to provide support when a chimney must penetrate a flat ceiling. It is 6" high and can support up to 60' of chimney pipe. It is made of durable galvalume. The part is compatible with 6" DuraTech chimney pipes, which is a double-wall all fuel ...(See Complete Description)

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DuraTech All-Fuel Galvanized Firestop Radiation Shield - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-FRS
DuraTech All-Fuel Galvanized Firestop Radiation Shield - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-FRS
This DuraTech product will keep your vent system working safely at floor or ceiling points even if a support box cannot be used. With dependability provided by a limited lifetime warranty and galvanized steel components, this firestop radiation shield forms an important part of the safety mechanism protecting your home from ...(See Complete Description)

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DuraTech All-Fuel Galvanized Attic Insulation Shield - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-IS
DuraTech All-Fuel Galvanized Attic Insulation Shield - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-IS
DuraTech knows that along the way, your chimney not only needs to be fully secured to your house but also needs to be protected from your home. Since it is so hot and contains smoke that could harm both you and your possessions, it is important that you take every precaution ...(See Complete Description)

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By Rick from Allen Park, MI on May 10, 2013
I currently own a Drolet 1800 sq ft with a 23"D x 22" W x 30" H. I'm interested in getting this unit but wonder if it has thinner steel plates and what does that mean in regards to its longevity?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on May 13, 2013

Answer:
The 2500 U.S. Stove does indeed use thinner 1/4 steel plate, hence the lighter overall weight of the stove. There are advantages and drawbacks to this design. The primary advantage is greater thermal efficiency. The thinner body of the stove allows greater radiation of heat to the surrounding area, decreasing that amount of time needed to heat the space. The primary disadvantage is lower perceived durability. It is possible to overheat a thinner plate steel stove and cause warpage, but in real world practice, this very rarely happens. When compared to other similar models on the market, this unit still presents an excellent value.

By Lee from Atlanta, Ga on January 12, 2014
The firebox is lined with firebrick. Do I need a wood grate inside also? If so what kind/size?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on January 13, 2014

Answer:
EPA stoves are designed to be operated without using a grate. A small fire using kindling and paper is to be built directly upon the bottom firebrick. Once the kindling fire has ignited, medium sized logs can then be added. The unit injects air from the upper air tubes down upon the fire logs. The top down burn method renders a grate unnecessary.

By Tom from In the woods of Milmay on September 19, 2012
Can this stove be installed without the pedestal and ash pan? I am finding different height specs in my shopping and would probably not use the ash pan anyway. Mounting it directly on its base would solve my problem easily.
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on September 19, 2012

Answer:
Unfortunately, no, this stove is only available complete with the pedestal and ash pan kit. None of our freestanding stoves can be purchased without either a pedestal or legs.

By Mike from LaSalle, Colorado on November 24, 2013
What is the BTU output on the 2000 unit, minimum and maximum?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 25, 2013

Answer:
Per the manufacturer, minimum expected BTU output for this model is 35,000, with a maximum expected output of 89,000. Output will vary of course, based on the moisture content and species of wood that is burned.

By Adam from Palmdale,CA on January 28, 2013
Can a wood burning stove really heat my entire 2500 sqft home? Bedrooms and everything if the stove is in my living room?
By Chris on January 29, 2013

Answer:
It is possible for a wood burning appliance to heat a very large living space, but the most difficult part is circulating the heat from the room that the stove is located in to the furthest rooms in the home. Several of the closed combustion fireplaces that we offer such as the Osburn Stratford offer dual zone forced air kits allowing air warmed by the appliance to be forced into other rooms throughout the home. Another wood burning appliance that also acts as a central heating system is the Napoleon High Country NZ3000.

By April from OH on May 14, 2013
What is the warranty for this stove?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on May 15, 2013

Answer:
Per the manufacturer, this product has a 3 year warranty on all stove components.

By Drew from Jenkintown, PA on September 21, 2012
Is USS-2500 available in a leg model? I need to heat a 1,600 to 2,500 square foot area.
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on September 21, 2012

Answer:
This stove is available in a pedestal base only. However, it does feature a maximum heating capacity of 2,500 square feet. Would you consider another brand of stove for your needs? We do offer other leg models that could heat the required area.

By Steve from SC on September 27, 2014
When installing this stove, how far does it need to be away from the wall?
By eFireplaceStore on September 29, 2014

Answer:
When installing the stove against a combustible wall, 12 inches of clearance must be maintained from the back of the stove to the wall. If the stove will be near an adjacent wall as well, 20 inches of clearance must be maintained from the side of the stove to the wall.

By Karen from Lewew, DE on March 17, 2014
We currently have a gas insert fireplace. Is the same flue pipe used, or would another one need to be installed?
By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on March 17, 2014

Answer:
This stove would require its own, dedicated class A chimney system. If you would like a quote, please fill out our Class A Chimney Pipe.

By Ken from Pittsburgh, PA on September 27, 2014
What is the size of this unit? Does it have a thermostat controlled blower? What are the clearances needed for this stove?
By eFireplaceStore on September 29, 2014

Answer:
This stove measures 30.75" high x 27" wide x 25" deep. Clearances are 20" to side walls, 12" to rear walls, and the unit must be installed in a room with 7 foot ceilings or greater. A variable speed, automatic blower is included.

By Bruce from Dunkeld on April 2, 2014
Can the top be used to cook food?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on April 2, 2014

Answer:
It can. However, it is recommended to use a cast iron griddle to protect the surface of the stove, as stainless or copper cookware can mar the finish.

By peter from Carmel Valley, CA on November 27, 2012
How close can the stove be to walls with windows in them?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 29, 2012

Answer:
The manufacturer advises that the stove must be at least four feet from a tempered glass window. This will prevent the glass from cracking from prolonged heat exposure.

By MWest from Puyallup, WA on November 12, 2012
We are having an extremely difficult time getting our Country Hearth EPA-Certified Wood Burning Stove to ignite. There does not seem to be sufficient
air flow from the base. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 13, 2012

Answer:
Will the stove operate normally until the door is sealed completely? If this is the case, it is likely that either the primary or secondary air inlets are blocked. Also, the secondary air tubes must be placed properly and cover the pre-drilled holes in the side of the stove air channel. If the tubes do not line up properly, they will need to be located so that they allow air flow into the firebox.

By Kim from Coarsegold, CA on December 13, 2013
What model year is this stove? And, is this model approved for manufactured homes?
By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on December 13, 2013

Answer:
This item is for a new stove manufactured this year, and it is approved for use in mobile homes, as long as the fresh air kit is installed with it.

By Marty from CO on August 5, 2013
I bought one of these a few years ago and it now it has some cracks in the metal near the door corners. It does not seem to leak. The longest is about 4 inches long. Is this a problem?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on August 5, 2013

Answer:
These cracks are likely occurring along the assembly seams, which are welded and then smoothed at the factory. If the cracks are less than 1/16 of an inch across, there will not be a functional issue with the stove. Larger cracks will need to be repaired by welding or stove cement.

By Kim from Coarsegold, CA on December 14, 2013
I'm looking to spend less money. What version of this stove would suffice heating a 1790 sq ft mobile home with vaulted ceilings in the living areas while supplemented with forced air propane heating?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 16, 2013

Answer:
A smaller version of this stove that would still be able to heat your space is the US Stove Medium EPA-Certified Wood-Burning Stove. Even with the smaller firebox, the capacity of the stove could easily handle the square footage, especially if supplemental heating is supplied.

By Roger Lizotte from Groveton nh on February 12, 2014
I love our wood stove, but I wonder how the secondary pipes in the top should work. Is it OK when I have a large fire going that the pipes look like they have fire coming through them, or am I burning too large a fire? Also, where does the flames go from firebox? Do they go straight up the stovepipe?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on February 12, 2014

Answer:
The secondary air tubes delivery combustion air to the fire and help to keep the glass on the unit clean by washing the backside of the door in a curtain of air. It is perfectly acceptable for the fire to engulf the tubes and make contact with the baffles above them.

However, if you can indeed notice flame making its way around the baffle opening at the rear of the stove and up the flue pipe, the fire is too large. The fire should be built so that flame remains in the combustion chamber and does not work past the baffles.

By Jim from bremerton,wa on December 9, 2011
Is there a wood burning stove that can be direct vented?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 9, 2011

Answer:
Simpson Duravent has actually just released a direct vent chimney system for wood stoves, know as DuraPro.

However, we do not carry any stoves that are compatible with the system, as it requires the stove to have a separate 3" intake air collar. As direct venting becomes more popular, I expect most manufacturers to adapt their designs for use with this system.

By Ron from Minnesota on October 11, 2013
Is this UL approved? What's the difference between UL approved and EPA certified?
By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on October 11, 2013

Answer:
While this model is technically not a "UL-listed stove," it has been tested to the proper requirements by OMNI, a testing agency similar to Underwriters Laboratories (UL). The agency that does the testing should not be the primary concern, but rather the proper code and standards for which the stove is tested, and this one passes those necessary tests.

The EPA is the Environment Protection Agency, and it tests wood stoves such as this for emissions. When a stove is certified/approved by the EPA, it indicates that the stove produces emissions below the EPA's acceptable standards.

By Erin Pellowski from Pennsylvania on December 29, 2012
We just fired up our stove for the first time. It works great until we close the door, and then the fire starts to go out. Is there a way to control airflow into to stove to allow the door to be closed during operation?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 31, 2012

Answer:
Once your fire has started to burn well, you will need to control inlet air by using the damper handle. Before closing the door, pull the damper handle completely open. The handle is the small spring handle that is located in the center of the stove, just below the door. When pulled all the way out, maximum airflow is supplied to the combustion chamber.

As the firebox temperature increases, less air will be needed. The damper handle can slowly be pushed in to slow combustion and allow for a longer burn time. If the fire still will not burn when using the air control, you may have another issue such as unseasoned firewood or inadequate combustion air into the room. You may try opening a window in the room to see if you can operate the stove normally. If so, an outside combustion air kit will need to be installed to supply the stove with adequate fresh air.

By Bill Leonard from Colorado on January 30, 2012
What is the depth from the front of the pedestal to the center of the flue on the 2500 and the 2000 models?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on January 31, 2012

Answer:
Per the manufacturer, the distance from the front of the pedestal to the center of the flue collar is 17" on both the 2000 and 2500 stoves.

By Peter from Townsend, MA on December 26, 2013
This stove states that it has a blower. Other stoves on this site say blower included. Is the blower actually included with this offer? What is the cu. ft. of the firebox and why are they not consistent with this type of information?
By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on December 26, 2013

Answer:
Yes, the blower is indeed included with this stove, as well as any others on our website that explicitly state as such. The combustion chamber on this 2500 stove is 2.69ft³; it measures 22 3/4” x 16 1/2”. You can see this information and more in the owner's manual.

By Linda from Westmoreland, NH on September 7, 2013
We have purchased this stove and we cannot get air to it. As soon as the door is shut the fire goes out. What are we doing wrong?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on September 9, 2013

Answer:
It is possible that a piece of packing material or other debris is blocking the air control passage. After the stove has cooled, check the air control level to make sure it is operating freely. Using a piece of heavy wire and a flashlight, check the air intake passage in the floor of the stove to make sure there is not obstruction. Placement of the bricks is crucial as well to make sure the air passage is not totally blocked.

By Karen on November 9, 2012
How long of a burn time can you get when this unit is dampered down?
By Staff on November 9, 2012

Answer:
The maximum listed burn time for this unit is approximately 10 hours.

By Beverly from Alabama on December 16, 2013
What do you clean the glass with?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 17, 2013

Answer:
A non caustic cleaner, such as 409 could be used for this purpose. A 50/50 mixture of vinegar and water also works. A soft cotton cloth or a piece of newspaper should be used to clean the glass.

By Alison from Templeton, MA on October 26, 2013
I bought this stove and I wanted to know if the foam inside the top of the stove is supposed to be left inside of it?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on October 28, 2013

Answer:
There should be a refractory baffle that sits atop the air tubes within the unit. These are the 3 round tubes that are in the ceiling of the firebox and run from side to side. In some versions of this unit, they will also include a refractory insulation blanket that can be seen by looking down through the flue opening. This should also be left in place. Any lightweight packing foam should be removed.

By Craig from Pennsylvania on November 15, 2011
What steps need to be taken when installing in a mobile home is there more info on installing in mobile home or things that i would need to know?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on November 16, 2011

Answer:
This stove is approved for use in mobile homes when used with a separately purchased Fresh Air Kit. Please see the fresh air kit you would need at the following link:

US Stove 69FAK Fresh Air Kit

For more information on mobile home installation, please see the owner's manual on this page, particularly page 13.



By Debbie from Rose Hill, Virginia on October 27, 2011
How is the fire/heat controlled in this stove?
By Kevin E. on October 28, 2011

Answer:
This stove features a primary air control handle that is located between the stove door and the ash pan.

By Cheryl from Liberty Hill, TX on September 19, 2013
What is the height of the combustion chamber?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on September 20, 2013

Answer:
Per the manufacturer, the combustion chamber for this stove is approximately 10 inches in height.

By Graham from Australia on June 16, 2014
What is the fire box rating for this?
By eFireplaceStore on June 17, 2014

Answer:
This unit is listed by Omni Test Laboratories to current UL 1482 standards. The unit is rated to handle 21 inch logs and can operate with HT type chimney with a rating of 2,100 degrees.

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