Add a touch of warmth to your mobile home with a mobile home approved wood stove. These wood stoves for mobile homes are ideal for heating your living space and cutting down on your utility costs. Many are available for different fuel types so find the right one for you, no matter if you're using gas, wood, or pellet! One of our best selling mobile home stoves is the Napoleon Cast Iron Gas Stove with Direct Vent-B Vent. With a wide selection and great prices, having a stove in your mobile home has never been easier!
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.
What is the difference between a stove for a home and a stove for a mobile home?
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.
What do I need to fully install a wood stove in a mobile home?
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.
When choosing the right mobile home wood stove for you, think about which fuel type will be best for you. If you live in an area where wood is inexpensive and easily accessible, a wood-burning model might be the best choice. Alternatively, there are pellet burning stoves that use sawdust pellets. Many also use gas due to the ease to clean. Be sure to consider the preferred fuel type before purchasing your mobile home stove!
If you have any questions about which stove is the correct one for you, feel free to call to speak to our qualified customer service representatives or NFI certified technicians!