Efficiency of a Vogelzang Shiloh vs a Fisher stove

sapratt Posted By sapratt, Sep 16, 2011 at 1:51 PM

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  1. sapratt

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    I was looking at a Vogelzang Shiloh. The efficieny rating is between 60% and 70%. I have a Fisher Granpa bear I think.
    Its the biggest stove they made. Is that Vogelzang a lot more efficient then the Fisher? And would I burn a lot less wood?
    Right now I'm burning a little over 4 cord to heat a 1500sg ft ranch style house.
     
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    The Shiloh is a LOT smaller than your fisher stove. It only has a 1.32 cu ft fire box. You would not be happy with the results.
     
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    If you are looking to upgrade while still heating the house, using less wood, and stay within the Vogelzang budget price you might want to look at the Englander 30NC.
    http://overstockstoves.com/50nowomo2sqf.html

    How much wood will you save? That will vary on a lot of things. You could save as much as 1-1.5 cords.
     
  4. sapratt

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    I was looking at the Shiloh price tag while looking at the Performer. I just realized that. The Performer is a more efficient stove the tag say 75%.
    I'm still going to shop around first and see if I can find a better deal. That Englander is nice. I had a chance to buy a vermiont castings stove but it needed
    alot of work. Hey if I could save 1.5 cord a year that would be great. Cause the problem I have now is I only have enough room to save up for 1 burn season.
     
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