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Richard

from Estes Park, CO asked:

July 14, 2021

Which of these gas heating stoves are made in North America?

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All of these gas stoves are made in North America, including the United States and Canada.

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Sue

from NC asked:

June 8, 2021

Can a ventless gas stove be used as a primary heat source for a 700 sq ft cabin?

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No, we do not recommend using a ventless gas stove as a primary heat source.

Submitted by:Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on June 8, 2021

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Mike R.

from Mays Landing, NJ asked:

May 30, 2021

Do any of these stoves have modulating valves? Or even multi-stage valves?

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Yes, many of these stoves we offer have the ability to adjust the flame height manually.

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Frank C

from Newport, WA asked:

April 22, 2021

It has come to my attention that ALL cast iron stoves require a Break-In Process. What is the break-in procedure for a direct vent propane cast iron stove?

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There would be an initial break in for cast iron wood stoves that would involve burning several smaller fires to allow the cast iron to adjust to thermal stress of expansion and contraction. With a cast iron direct vent gas stove, temperatures would not reach a level where any break in would be required for the cast iron to adjust to extended use. There is a break in phase experienced with any freestanding direct vent gas stove where paint will cure and adhesives used in the manufacturing process will cure, but this has nothing to do with the cast iron plating.�

Submitted by:Will M. on April 23, 2021

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Are these stoves usable as a primary heat source for a large open space?

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No, our gas stoves are not designed for use as a primary heat source.

Submitted by:Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on April 8, 2021

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Mickye W

from Spokane, WA asked:

March 28, 2021

Is a vented propane free-standing stove safe to run at night when sleeping?

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Yes, a direct vent appliance is able to operate at night while sleeping.� It is recommended to install a CO2 detector in the home to monitor any unsafe conditions.

Submitted by:Aaron D. on March 29, 2021

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Sarah

from Nye, MT asked:

March 24, 2021

I live in a log home.  In general, how far away from the wall should a direct vent gas stove be placed?

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Different stove models have different clearance requirements.� Some only require a few inches of clearance while others require several.� This information can be found in the installation manual for each specific model on our site, all of which are available to download on the individual stove item pages.

Submitted by:Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on March 24, 2021

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Sue

from Portland, OR asked:

March 13, 2021

Would a one of these stoves be able to provide heat in an electrical power outage?

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Yes, a millivolt unit will still operate during a power outage, however, the fan will not work during a power outage.

Submitted by:Aaron D. on March 15, 2021

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Virgil M

from Rogers, AR asked:

February 4, 2021

Does the carpet need to be cut out  and  put down some type of hearth

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When installing freestanding gas stoves on carpet, you will need to have a noncombustible platform on which to place the stove, measuring the full width and depth of the stove.

Submitted by:Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on February 4, 2021

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Tom

from Tempe, AZ asked:

January 21, 2021

Are there any gas stoves I can install in the outdoor patio? It has a roof but there are no walls.

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Unfortunately, no.�

Submitted by:Will M. on January 21, 2021

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Jim

from West Chester, PA asked:

August 24, 2020

If a direct vent free standing gas-fired stove has Warnock-Hersey certification, does it have UL certification?

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Not necessarily. Warnock-Hersey is a listing agency, just like UL (Underwriters Laboratory). It depends on who the manufacturer has used to list the fireplace/stove.

Submitted by:Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on August 24, 2020

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Shirley P

from Keshena, WI asked:

May 21, 2020

Is there any problem mounting a TV on the wall above a vent-free gas stove?

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No, as long as the proper distances are followed as per the manufacturers' specifications found in each unit owner's manual.

Submitted by:Owen O. on May 21, 2020

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Lorraine

from Acworth, GA asked:

February 9, 2020

Can I use a vented cast iron gas stove outside on a slab, under a covered deck? The deck is about 12 feet higher than the slab.

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This would not be a good idea. Cast iron will quickly rust when installed in an outdoor setting, even when placed under a covering.�

Submitted by:Will M. on February 11, 2020

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Mike

from Washburn, ND asked:

November 30, 2019

Where can I find a replacement thermocouple for a natural gas B vented stove? The manufacturer is no longer in business and I'm having trouble locating a replacement thermocouple.

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Your best bet is to call a local plumber who should be able to provide an aftermarket option for you.

Submitted by:Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 2, 2019

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Don

from Portland, OR asked:

November 29, 2019

Are vent free stoves safe?

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We discuss this topic in detail here.�

Submitted by:Will M. on November 29, 2019

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Lynn A.

from Madera, CA asked:

November 28, 2019

How can I make my Napoleon natural gas stone more efficient?

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If you are asking about a natural gas stove, it would depend on the type of hearth system. Generally speaking, any tested and listed hearth system will have tested efficiency ratings and this information would have been included with the stove. This information cannot be changed outside of swapping out the product for a more efficient one, so I'd focus on making your home more energy efficient. If this is a freestanding gas stove, you could always add an Ecofan.�

Submitted by:Will M. on November 29, 2019

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Scott L.

from Zimmerman, MN asked:

November 7, 2019

I want to heat a basement that is 800 sq ft. What would you recommend for BTU output?  

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Based on the square footage alone, you would need a stove with a Btu output of 28,000 to heat the space described. Please note that no gas hearth system with a decorative flame should be depended on as a heat source and direct vent gas freestanding stoves are not typically the best option when heating capacity is the primary factor. If you are open to a ventless gas stove, you will have a number of options that would easily heat the space described since ventless gas hearth systems are 99.9 percent efficient.

Submitted by:Will M. on November 8, 2019

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Bill

from Pittsfield, MA asked:

October 31, 2019

Is it really possible to heat an entire 1200 sq ft, two-story house with a natural gas heating stove?

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Basically, no, none of our gas stoves - either direct vent or vent-free - should not be relied upon as a heat source for that large of an area.� You would need a wood stove for such a purpose.

Submitted by:Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on October 31, 2019

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Heidi K.

from Oconomowoc, WI asked:

October 26, 2019

Can you convert a wood burning stove into a gas stove?

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We're sorry, but wood stoves may not be converted to gas stoves for several reasons.

Submitted by:Will M. on October 28, 2019

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June

from Coventry, RI asked:

September 30, 2019

How do you remove rust from top grate of a natural gas burning heating stove?

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You will want to check with the manufacturer of the stove.� You may be able to sand off the rust and use our primer and Stove Bright paint for gas stoves that you can view here.

Submitted by:Kathy O. on October 1, 2019

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Sue E

from [email protected] asked:

September 19, 2019

Do you have gas stoves for a mobile home?

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You can find our mobile home approved gas stoves here and can narrow the search by clicking on propane or natural gas.

Submitted by:Kathy O. on September 20, 2019

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Ron G.

from Dayton, WA. asked:

August 30, 2019

How many BTU's are required to heat an 1800 sq. ft. house?

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A BTU output of 63,000 would be required to heat an 1800 square foot space with 8' ceiling height.

Submitted by:Will M. on September 3, 2019

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Is ventless as safe as a direct vent?

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A Vent free is safe, but does have it's pros and cons, like a Direct Vent does. Here is a great Article explaining some of the differences between the two. 

Submitted by:Owen O. on June 12, 2019

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Steve

from Kalamazoo MI asked:

June 10, 2019

Can a gas fireplace be hooked into your house duct work and fan ?

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No, a gas fireplace/stove must have its own dedicated gas vent pipe and its own fan, if applicable.�

Submitted by:Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on June 11, 2019

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Larry H

from Madras, Orgeon asked:

March 8, 2019

What does vent-free mean? Does it mean no stove pipe?

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Vent-free means it operates at a high enough level of efficiency so as to not require venting. You will not need stove pipe.

Submitted by:Brennan W. on March 8, 2019

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gary

from 14132 asked:

February 23, 2018

How many BTUs are required to heat a 32ft x 24 ft x 9 ft ceiling room with average insulation?

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You will need approximately 30,000 BTUs to heat a room this size.

Submitted by:Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on February 23, 2018

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Steven H

from Grimsley, TN asked:

December 30, 2017

Can I use the class A double and triple wall S.S. 6 inch pipe from my Lopi Answer woodstove for a propane stove? We are going to either get a Lopi liberty or a 40,000 btu or better propane stove. Trying to compare. Had back surgery and its getting hard to bring wood up from the woodshed. I have 2000 sq ft of space to heat.

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While you may be able to use the convert the existing class A chimney for use with the coaxial vent needed for a freestanding direct vent stove, any stovepipe used would need to be removed and there are no systems available that will provide heating anywhere near the Btu range needed to heat a 2000 square foot space. Only wood and pellet stoves will heat the space you describe.

Submitted by:Will M. on January 2, 2018

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Russ

from Nevada City, CA asked:

December 23, 2017

Is there such a thing as a combination wood and propane fueled stove?

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I'm afraid there is not. You can have a LP log lighter, but no stove that can burn both fuels for heat.

Submitted by:Owen on December 26, 2017

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Doug C.

from Tulare, CA asked:

December 21, 2017

We are looking for a replacement gas valve or retrofit kit gas control system for a Majestic model # DV360RFN. We have a Honeywell RV8310 E 1107 natural gas failed valve. Is this something you have?

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I'm afraid not. That valve is no longer available and Majestic does not show a suitable replacement for it.

Submitted by:Owen on December 21, 2017

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Hal A

from Boise, ID asked:

December 16, 2017

I am curious to know if there are any duel fuel, wood and natural gas free standing stoves on the market? --Hal

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I am not aware of any that are currently on the market. I apologize for any inconvenience.

Submitted by:Brennan W. on December 17, 2017

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Steve

from Trout Lake, WA asked:

November 24, 2017

I have a Napolean vent free fireplace insert running on propane. When it starts, the valve opens and it takes 5 seconds for the propane to ignite, usually with a woosh, then it runs normally. The pilot is not close to the gas jets, which is the reason for the delay, I guess, but is there an adjustment to ignite the gas quicker? The pilot is fixed and I don't know how to adjust. (Gas pressure is OK, I checked).

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There would be no adjustment to ignite the gas faster that I know of.

Submitted by:Owen on November 27, 2017

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Judith

from CO asked:

September 26, 2017

I have a question about vent free stoves; how are they possible? Where do all the "emissions and gases" go? Thank you

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Ventless systems are designed in a way where they provide complete combustion where the only byproducts of this process will be water vapor and carbon dioxide. Please note that you will likely not be able to install a ventless system in your home state of Colorado because most all municipalities in this state have banned ventless systems and your elevation is above 4500'. Ventless systems will not function without frequent outages being experienced at any elevation above 4500', as the thin air will trigger the ODS or "Oxygen Depletion Sensor."

Submitted by:Will M. on September 26, 2017

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Charles

from MA asked:

July 19, 2017

I presently have natural gas logs for ambiance, not heat. Now, I want more heat and visited local chimney stores, viewing stoves and inserts. The stove insert is more intrusive on the floor space: beyond the face of the fireplace. Is that required for the radiant heat without the blowers? Or, is it possible to place the entire stove into the large enough fireplace?

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Installing a fireplace insert will be your best option. While you could theoretically install a freestanding gas stove inside of a very large masonry opening, the opening would have to be massive for this to work. To answer your question, some direct vent fireplace inserts would not have to project out onto the hearth in front of the fireplace opening more than an inch or so. When any insert projects out further, a very shallow fireplace opening is normally the cause and this has nothing to do with efficiency or functionality. I would also add that most all direct vent freestanding stoves will provide lesser heating efficiency on average when compared with direct vent gas inserts, if you were choosing between these two options. If you are looking for the best gas hearth system that would work with your fireplace opening measurements, we will need to know the front width, rear width, depth and height of your fireplace opening.

Submitted by:Will M. on July 19, 2017

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Versatile Gas Freestanding Fireplace Stove

We provide a selection of propane gas or natural gas freestanding fireplace stoves that offer a combination of excellent performance and stunning aesthetics. Suitable for installation in a location where there is not a chimney flue, as the stoves use direct venting to remove combustion fumes. This means they can be located near almost any exterior wall and there is no need for any existing infrastructure or additional build outs.


Propane or Natural Gas Heating Fireplace Stoves That Offer Excellent Fuel Efficiency

Our stoves offer high efficiency rates (the Birchwood 20, for example, provides 69.44% efficiency when fueled by natural gas or 65.16% when LP gas is used. The Oakport 18 gives 75% efficiency with natural gas and an impressive 77.5% for LPG). With up to 32,000 BTU’s, the superior performance of these stoves offer a safe greener option, while fuel bills are often significantly lower in comparison with other forms of heating.


Freestanding Propane and Natural Gas Heating Stoves That Look Amazing

Looks are always an important priority, which is why our stove collection has been developed to offer a high degree of customization. Customers can choose from a range of different options, depending on the type of stove they want. This enables a custom look to be obtained and increases the adaptability of our stoves – they can be tailored to complement a wide range of decors and interiors.


Direct Vent Gas Fireplace Stove Available From Our Dealers

We supply stoves through a nationwide network of dealers who are able to provide in-depth support and information on our range. As a family-owned business with more than four decades of experience when it comes to producing high-quality gas stoves that are a valuable addition to any property, we are proud of our reputation for value and performance. To find out more, including where your local dealer is located, call us at (800) 253-4904.

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Gas Stoves

Most freestanding gas stoves purchased today are cast iron. Offering the stylish design of fine furniture, many are available in a variety of finishes to accent any home. With heat outputs ranging from 14,000 to 40,000 BTU’s, these high efficiency appliances are capable of heating large areas and offer realistic fires rivaling that of actual wood stoves. Most units are direct vent, piping out through an outside wall so a chimney is not needed. Existing chimneys can be utilized, with a flexible liner installed and combustion air drawn from the outside, preventing the loss of heated room air to the outside. Optional thermostatic remote controls and blowers help provide even heating throughout the home.

 

Avalon CypressLopi Berkshire
cypress240,000 BTUs Heats up to 1,900 sq ft.Berkshire copy31,000 BTUs Heats up to 1,500 sq ft.
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Lopi GreenfieldHearthstone Waitsfield
Lopi Greenfield40,000 BTUs Heats up to 2,000 sq ft.waitsfield_brown_L copy37,000 BTUs Heats up to 1,800 sq ft.
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VC RadianceKozy Heat Birchwood 20-L
38,000 BTUs Heats up to 1,800 sq ft.Birchwood-Legs-AM-Brick-room copy34,000 BTUs Heats up to 1,400 sq ft.
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Gas Inserts

Gas inserts have become extremely popular options for people who are looking to get heat from their existing fireplace but no longer want to burn wood. These appliances are basically smaller versions of direct vent fireplaces, high efficiency units with a fan to push the heat out into the room and optional thermostatic control. Surround panels close off the opening around the insert for a finished look. They exhaust to outside through a liner in the chimney and also bring in combustion air from outside through a second liner. Most models range from 30 to 40,000 BTU’s, providing enough heat for most homes. Design options include decorative fronts and glass beads or stones in place of traditional logs.

Click here for a form to help you measure your masonry fireplace for an insert

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Kozy Heat Chaska 29-L
Lopi 616
Chaska29-LOG-Bar copy30,000 BTUs Heats up to 1,200 sq ft.39,870 BTUs Heats up to 2,000 sq ft.
For more Kozy Heat gasinserts – click HEREFor more Lopi gasinserts – click HERE
 

 

FPX 34DVLKozy Heat Chaska 34-G
10186540,000 BTUs Heats up to 2,000 sq ft.Chaska-34-BN-OL-Glass-Room copy34,000 BTUs Heats up to 1,500 sq ft.
For more FPX gasinserts – click HEREFor more Kozy Heatgas inserts – click HERE
 

 

Kozy Heat Chaska 34-L
Kozy Heat Roosevelt 29
chaska34log1 copy34,000 BTUs Heats up to 1,500 sq ft.30,000 BTUs Heats up to 1,400 sq ft.
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Gas Fireplaces

Gas fireplaces today are typically high efficiency units that offer consumers a major heat source as well as a beautiful look. Most popular are direct vent units that not only exhaust to the outside but also use outside air for combustion. Needing only a side wall termination instead of going all the way above the roof, direct vent gas fireplaces can be installed in almost any location. Optional decorative fronts allow homeowners the ability to customize a designer look to fit any décor. Intermittent pilot ignition appliances also eliminate the need for a standing pilot and allow for remote control adjustment of the flame and the fan. Vent free fireplaces are also available in applications where use will be limited.

 

FPX 564HOKozy Heat Bayport 41-L
35,000 BTUs Heats up to 1,400 sq ft.bayport1 copy27,000 BTUs Heats up to 1,400 sq ft.
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FPX 21TRVKozy Heat Slayton
16,500 BTUs Heats up to 650 sq ft.42,000 BTUs Heats up to 1,800 sq ft.
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FPX 864HOKozy Heat Carlton 46
47,000 BTUs Heats up to 2,400 sq ft.45,000 BTUs Heats up to 2,200 sq ft.
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Comparing wood and propane heat for small spaces

Cook Top

The top of most stoves gets very hot! This is a great surface for heating some tea or cooking a meal. Some small wood stoves have an oven built in … hot chocolate chip cookies, anyone?

Ambiance

Who doesn’t like the dance of flames and the warm dry heat from a wood-fire? I personally love the sights and smells that come with wood heat!

Cons to Wood Heat

Climate, No Humidity

The dry heat from wood stoves saps humidity from your space. This lack of humidity can dry out skin and surrounding wood furniture causing damage. If you heat with wood, you can use a hygrometer and keep track of your humidity levels. In case your climate gets too dry, you can add some humidity into your space by placing a kettle or a cast iron steamer on top of your stove for a while.

Weight and Space

Wood stoves can be heavy and bulky, depending on the size and model of your stove. Every wood stove will have clearance requirements for how far it has to be installed from combustibles. For the tiniest of spaces, safe installation can be a challenge.

Chores

Wood heat is a lot of work…splitting, hauling and storing wood, starting fires, stoking the stove, cleaning out the ash, cleaning out chimney build up. If all of this sounds like a headache, then wood heat might not be for you.

Ultimately, the ideal heat source comes down to long term cost and how involved you want to be in the process of heating your home. Do you want to be independent of fossil fuels and don’t mind some extra chores? Then a wood stove is right for you! Or do you favor convenience, don’t mind buying propane and just want a warm space? If this is true then a simple propane fireplace is the best option for you.

I hope this has helped you narrow down the right heat source for your tiny space!

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