Ironstrike Grandview 300

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New Member
Nov 9, 2021
Morning y’all! I’m more of a sit back and read posts kind of guy but I have a fair bit of experience when it comes to wood, saws, stoves and how to read a tape. In the past I’ve heated exclusively with wood out of a blaze king king, and princess. Different houses and times in life of course lol. I’ve never paid a single penny for installation because I’m cheap as hell and own expensive tools. Hopefully the pictured installation is my last because I dislike roofs and I want to hunt more not cuss at tripple wall pipe and question why I didn’t use a toe board on a 8/12 roof while cutting the hole.. Anyway, I’m remodeling our current house after a recent decision to greatly downsize and focus on simpler and more fun things in life not just making bills. I searched about this stove everywhere and found little helpful information so decided to post here. I paid 1300 for the stove and interior double wall pipe. I was scared to answer my door for several weeks after purchasing because I thought the law would be staring at me, I stole this thing! If anyone has been looking at this model or has any questions just holler, that’s the point of this post.

Pad is: 1 1/2” micore 300, 1/2 cement board, and 1/2” 24”x24” porcelain tile on top. Trimmed out with 1/2” x 2 3/4” marble.

Venting: Duravent 6” double wall to ceiling support, and duravent tripple wall to cap. About 18’ total chimney height from stove top.

Stove: Ironstrike Grandview 300

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Mar 19, 2021
Hudson Valley, NY
Looking good, glad to see those pictures. I'm installing a stove in a new addition on my house in the next month. There is a 4" deep by 8"high sill around the entire room that was used to cover the block foundation from the garage that we transformed into the new room. I've have to decide to leave the trim on the sill or remove it prior to the install. Based on your photo's I'll be leaving it. Wasn't able to find any photos of this type of situation, but your helped me out. Thanks, and good luck hunting.


New Member
Nov 9, 2021
Bert, that was one of the biggest mental challenges with this installation. I chose not to attempt removing the baseboard because of the plaster walls, and the hearth pad would’ve looked weird against the wood room divider without BB. The wife likes it so big win! Glad I could help you, sir!


Staff member
Nov 18, 2005
South Puget Sound, WA
Yes, leave the baseboard, though remove the base shoe if it is there so that the hearth pad can go flush to the baseboard.

Kshed, thanks for posting. You did indeed get a great deal there. Keep us posted on this stove. If you get a chance at some point please post a short rating review in the Ratings section.