Looking for good very small pellet stove.

DRINKSFORALL Posted By DRINKSFORALL, Dec 11, 2012 at 9:42 AM

  1. DRINKSFORALL

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    Anyone making a pell. stove w/ very small footprint? Want to put in a traditional Cape style living room (14 x11?) and don't want to give up what little space there is. THANKS!
     
  2. stoaf88

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    Lopi Pioneer is a really good, really small stove
     
  3. CT Pellet

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    Drinks...... You are going to get 10 different answers for every 9 people that you ask. Harman p38 is my vote!!!
     
  4. tsmith

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    Harman p38
     
  5. wwert

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    Thelin Gnome
     
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  6. SXIPro

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    Do you have a fireplace? You could stuff a little insert in there....
     
  7. AbetterChimneynm

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    The palazzetti ecofire prima is a great little stove that puts out A LOT OF HEAT!!
     
  8. m159267

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    Gotta go w/ a P38...
     
  9. imacman

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    The Thelin Gnome is a nice stove, but not many people have them. The Enviro Mini is a very nice unit, small footprint, built-in "hearth", and VERY quiet! It has a decent following on this forum.
     
  10. papa bears stove

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    Along with the other stoves mentioned would be a Jamestown J1000 or a St. Croix Element.
     
  11. MountainSean

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    I would put a vote in for the Enviro Mini as well. Good stove, very quiet puts out a good amount of heat for it's size.
     
  12. P38X2

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    P38 or 43. Get the heat shields and tuck it in a corner. It might blow you out of that room but it'll heat the rest of yer house in the process ;)
     
  13. MrMSD

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  14. DBCOOPER

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    I didn't have a lot of room so I built this and got a Quad CB1200i. Worked for me.

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  15. rwthomas1

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    I have a Lopi Pioneer and it works well. I have a 1600sq/ft cape and it heats it nicely. The living room/dining room were L shaped, 19x11 one leg and 10x11 on the other. The clearances are surprisingly tight, take a look at the specs and see for yourself. I don't think of the stove as particularly small, I just needed one small enough to NOT run us out of the room! That said, I just knocked down some walls for a major remodel and now the stove sits in a 23x20ft space. Heats it, and the rest of the house even better now.
     
  16. Ironhorse74

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  17. smwilliamson

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    I would go with an Accentra cress standing over the p series stove when looking for smallest footprint. The Jamestown j1000 is the smallest stove out there. Enviro mini is a fave of mine.
     
  18. bollyRZ500

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    gotta add the Element to my top small footprinted stove list!!

    Ecoteck Fransesca
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    Enviro Mini-A
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  19. mepellet

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    Still waiting on my heat shields... :(
     
  20. P38X2

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    Wow, really? Did you call them and light a fire under their ace? A decent dealer should have those in stock, otherwise they could be losing a sale/install on a stove if a customer wants minimum clearances.....or in a case like yours, mepellet.
     
  21. mepellet

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    I'm gonna call again today. It has been almost a month now. This dealer has been nice but very slow on the responses.
     
  22. Charlie500e

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    What's the price for an Element? Prices aren't listed on the st. Croix site and I tried a few dealer sites but no prices either.
     

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