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Century High Efficiency EPA Wood Burning Stove 1,000 Sq Ft $449

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by elkimmeg, Dec 22, 2005.

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  1. elkimmeg

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  2. Roospike

    Roospike New Member

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    I've seen these ....... there a joke and 1000 sf is way over stated . They are really tiny . Menards sells them for $250. Did you measure it out ? 20.5" wide!? That would almost fit into my stove. They stand around knee height.

    20-1/2" x 22-1/2" x 26-1/2"

    18" log capacity

    Heats up to 1000 sq. ft.

    Heavy plate steel

    EPA approved

    Please check state and local restrictions before purchasing installing or selling wood burning stoves

    5 year warranty

    Boxed
  3. roac

    roac New Member

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    I doubt Roospike that you've seen an EPA approved stove for 250$. Maybe you have. I dunno. The EPA exempt stoves are around that price. I think if you only wanted to heat a small house or say a family room that this stove would be great. The Century line is backed up by Vermont Castings. Not everyone needs to own a Pacific Summit. It also seems to be more efficient I think than the summit too. ;-)
  4. saichele

    saichele Minister of Fire

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    Just saw that one at Menards - $349. It is really small, but I bet it makes decent heat if you're around to feed it regularly.

    Steve
  5. BrotherBart

    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    Nah. Ya gotta pay $1,200 for a Jotul Nordic if you want a little stove. The word Jotul on the front makes it warmer.

    And it does a trick. The one in the office dropped the cast iron baffle on top of a burning load of wood last night.
  6. Ant50

    Ant50 New Member

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    I put this stove in a 16x20 family room and have been very happy with it. Heats very well, though the room is only about 300 sf it does have a 13 foot cathederal ceiling. Takes alot of tending because of the smaller firebox but perfect for one room, or small home heating . The back wall clearance is 13 " so when I bought this stove I figuered if I did'nt like it I would replace it with a Lopi Partiot or something small but for the price I'm going to keep it and see how it hold up, been using it since October and no prob. so far.
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