Part Numbers: 1100CN-1,, 1100CP-1
eFireplaceStore Item Number: NPL-1100C
UPCs: 629169025497,, 629169025503
*Venting Requirements: This unit requires venting pipe with an inner diameter of 6 Inches. Please see the Venting Components section on this page for venting pipe that must be used with this unit.
You can't really get any more traditional than a cast iron wood burning stove, and the Napoleon 1100C Cast Iron EPA Wood Burning Stove exemplifies why the use of wood stoves has remained a tradition even after the advent of new technologies. First, there is the matter of appearance. This stove, available in three elegant finishes, will add refinement and class to any room you place it in. And that's without a fire. Once you've got a flame going this stove can become a truly eye-catching centerpiece.
The 1100C Wood Burning Stove is also extremely efficient. A bottom air feed and lined refractory firebox allow you get the maximum burn from each piece of wood, while the cast iron and ceramic glass provide excellent heat distribution. This stove is so mindful of energy conservation that simply using it keeps the viewing window clean. Don't you wish your other home furnishings functioned that way?
But there is one way in which the Napoleon 1100C Cast Iron EPA Wood Burning Stove breaks with tradition. Unlike many of its predecessors, this wood stove is very convenient and easy to use. Installation, operation, and maintenance are totally stress-free. To further your peace of mind this stove even comes with a lifetime warranty. So why not enhance your home with this attractive heating accessory today?
*Shown with Majolica Brown finish.
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