Best Pre-made Hearth pads?

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Jan 7, 2015
Leavenworth, WA

I need to install a wood stove in a yurt asap & don't have time to make a hearth pad. What are your recommendations on best pre-made hearth pad that I could likely pick up this weekend?


ps. & where might I go about purchasing one?


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Dec 2, 2008
Wherever we're parked
It's not that simple. You need to adhere to the specs in the install manual as far as the R-Value (if any) required for your particular stove. That being said, many hearthshops keep a small inventory of various sizes & colors of hearthpads on hand.
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Nov 18, 2005
South Puget Sound, WA
Yoder Hearth Classics offer a good range of size, insulation values in a quality hearth pad. There are custom options if desired. Usually there's an order lag time unless you are lucky to find what you want in stock. Hearth pads are large and heavy so shipping is ground based. Try the larger stove shops in your area, though I suggest calling around first. We got ours through Aqua Rec in Tacoma, but that would be a long drive from Leavenworth.
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