Summers Heat 2,000 Sq. Ft. Pellet Auxiliary Heater StovePellet: 55-SHPAH
It’s called a stand-alone pellet auxiliary heater, and it’s powerful enough to heat up to 2,000 square feet. Though this stove is not nearly as bulky as some of the others out there that share similar design, the large hopper on this stove can hold 120-lbs. of pellets (three bags), which allows the specially-engineered combustion system to burn for up to 80 hours between reloading (please follow all maintenance instructions).
It has our Auto-Start One-Touch Igniter for simple, safe starts, and is also equipped with our popular, user-friendly control panel. You may choose to operate this unit with a thermostat (wall or remote) that can turn the unit on and off, as necessary; and yes, we did include our larger ash pan (with a new, integrated design twist), since it was so popular on previous models.
- Heats up to 2,000 sq. ft. to ensure a warm, cozy living area
- EPA Certified (and WA State qualified) translates into very clean, efficient burns – you use less fuel for the same amount of heat than non-certified stoves
- User-friendly digital control board controls heat output and blower speed for steady, accurate heating
- Outside air hook-up provides fresh air for excellent fuel combustion
- Cast iron door and quality welded steel body promise years of durable service
- Outside air kit included for an added value of over $60
- Brass and nickel handle set are both included – choose whichever look suits your home best
- Huge, 120 lb. hopper capacity holds three bags of pellets for extra-long burn times
- Up to 80 hours of burn time between reloading (Must maintain regular maintenance, see Manual)
- Our Auto-Start One Touch Ignition ensures simple, safe start-up, time after time
- 3 in. rear vent fits standard pellet vent pipe, including our popular through-the-wall kit (optional)
- Close clearance to combustibles allows for more placement options
- Approved for Mobile Home installation
- Easy-Access maintenance panels make maintenance a snap
- Large ash drawer for easy clean-out
- Specially-engineered combustion system for more realistic flame pattern
- Thermostat adaptable – Choose a wall or remote thermostat to Start-up and Shut down your unit as needed
Quality and Charm:
- Large fireview glass and air wash system offer a clear, beautiful view of the fire
- Cast beveled door and integrated ash lip design give clean, attractive appearance
- Freestanding design allows this to be a versatile addition to nearly any area
- Meets UL and ULC standards for product safety
- Operation and service DVD included for peace of mind
- Proudly made in U.S.A. and supported by our own Technical Support staff
- Trim package may vary by store.
- 25 1/4" W x 31 3/8" H x 30" D
- 325 lbs.
- Type of fuel
- Wood pellets
- Hopper capacity
- Approx. 120 lbs.
- Door glass
- 9 1/4" x 16 1/2"
- Flue size (I.D.)
- 3” pellet rear vent
- Height from floor to center of exhaust
- Approx. 8 7/16”
- 250 cfm, adjustable settings
PU-DVDPAH Video for Pellet Auxiliary Heater $0.00
(Note: One copy of this is included with your unit). For our Pellet Auxiliary Heater... DVD which covers a variety of pellet stove installation, maintenance and servicing procedures for Englander, Summers Heat and Timber Ridge models.
Video length: Approximately 45 minutes.
Cost:You pay only Shipping & Handling.
PU-DTSTAT Wall Thermostat $56.85
Digital Wall Thermostat. Can be used on all of our pellet units, as well as our multi-fuel unit.
Mercury-Free! Comes with proprietary instructions for installing on our units.
AC-3003 Remote Thermostat $167.48
Remote Thermostat for Pellet and Multi-Fuel models; see Store for full description.
AC-SH Spring Handle $3.64
Door spring handle (large). Color: Brass. Fits our standard 1/2" diameter door handle rod on our stoves.
AC-SHN Nickel Spring Handle $3.64
Door spring handle (large). Color: Brushed Nickel. Fits our standard 1/2" diameter door handle rod for our stoves.
AC-DGKNC Door Gasket Kit $14.55
Door Gasket Kit for models that specify AC-DGKNC. Includes silicone necessary to install; 5/8" round gasket.
AC-GGK Glass Gasket $14.55
Window glass gasket kit. Includes gasket (approx. 1" x 7' flat, adhesive on one side). Does not include glass.
Includes self-adhesive backing for easy strip and press application.
Is also used as Ash Pan gasket on some stoves, see your stove's parts diagram or owner's manual for reference.
AC-G17 Glass Kit $105.51
Door Glass Kit. Includes 9 1/4" x 16 1/2" glass, and gasket necessary to install.
AC-GS13 Glass Support $7.59
Glass Support Set for CA-13 door. Holds glass in place, see Owner's Manual for parts diagram if unsure of part.
PU-HLG Gasket $18.98
Hopper Lid Gasket for pellet stove hopper lids. Includes self-adhesive backing for easy strip and press application.
PU-62-40-151-3 Hopper Latch $25.91
Recessed Hopper Lid Latch. One per package.
AC-HLSA Hopper Lid Safety Switch (Arm Lever Type) $16.99
Hopper Lid Safety Switch. Sometimes listed as AC-HLS or PU-HLS.
Important! You must replace with the type of switch that came with your stove...If your switch is a "button" type rather than this, see AC-HLSB.
AC-HLSB Hopper Lid Safety Switch (Button Type) $16.99
Hopper Lid Safety Switch. Sometimes listed as AC-HLS or PU-HLS.
(NOTE: Also for pellet grill/smokers with PG100 in model number).
Important! You must replace with the type of switch that came with your stove...If your switch is a "arm" type rather than this, see AC-HLSA.
PU-4C447 Convection (Room Air) Blower $150.10
Convection (Room Air) Blower. 250 cfm.
PU-076002B Combustion (Exhaust) Blower $138.55
Combustion (Exhaust) Blower. Negative draft. Includes gasket necessary to install, and includes pipe adapter.
PU-CBMG Combustion Blower Gasket and Motor Gasket $13.50
Contains the following two items:
1. Combustion Blower Gasket. Fits on Exhaust (Combustion) Blower flange, where blower meets stove. The odd-shaped gasket pictured at top left.
2. Combustion Blower Motor Gasket. Fits on Exhaust (Combustion) Blower motor, so that you can remove the motor from the Combustion Blower housing, clean your stove, and replace the motor and gasket without having to remove the entire Combustion Blower.
Replace the appropriate gasket each time you remove your motor (or entire blower assembly) to clean it.
PU-PGB52 Insulation Exhaust Tube Gasket $13.10
Insulation Exhaust Tube Gasket. Wraps around Exhaust Tube of stove.
CU-VS Vacuum Shut-Down Switch $50.94
Vacuum Shut Down Switch. This is the "Door Ajar Switch." The vacuum hose from this switch connects directly to the firebox of the stove.
This part is used in 2006 and later model pellet stoves.
PU-VH Vacuum Hose Kit $12.07
Vacuum Hose Kit for vacuum shut-down switch. Contains one (1) five-foot length of hose that can be cut to fit your model, plenty of clamps (6), and instructions. Vacuum Switch not included.
PAH-CB09 Digital Control Board $217.09
Digital System Control Board (rear of board is pictured). For Pellet Auxiliary Heater.
PU-CBF6 Control Board Fuse $6.16
Fuse for Control Board. Box of 5.
PU-CHA Cartridge Heater Assembly $64.37
Cartridge Heater element for Auto-Start pellet units (Auto-Start units have manufacture date of 2004 or later). Comes with locking collar.
(NOTE: This is also the igniter for pellet grills with PG100 in the model number.)
CU-047042 2.4 RPM Motor $130.98
Motor; Can be the feed (auger) motor or stirrer motor, depending on the unit. See Owner's Manual for what your unit needs.
CA-AMPP Auger Motor Mounting Plate $30.43
Auger Mounting Plate, as shown in picture
CA-AC Auger Coupler $14.55
Auger Coupler; part is pointed out in picture
PU-AFEP Auger $31.54
Steel Auger; does not include other auger assembly parts
CU-RG Rubber Vibration Dampener $3.64
1/4" wide X 3" Gasket
PAH-BPC Burn Pot Cradle $74.00
Burn Pot Cradle for Pellet Auxiliary Heater models listed on this page. This is a one-piece unit, and is the "cradle" that houses the burn pot; it does not include the burn pot (see picture).
PU-CGEP Cradle Gasket $9.24
PAH-BP Burn Pot $63.75
Burn Pot unit for Pellet Auxiliary Heater models listed on this page. This is a one-piece unit, and is the actual burn pot (does not include the "cradle" - see picture).
PAH-ECC Cleanout Cover Set $6.90
Exhaust Cleanout Covers for Pellet Auxiliary Heater models. There are two covers (one on either side of the burn pot); this is for the set of both covers.
AC-HP Hinge Pin Rivet $1.25
Hinge Pin Rivet for cast stove door; 3/8" x 1 3/4". Price shown is for one pin.
PAH-AP Ash Pan $21.48
Ash Pan for Pellet Auxiliary Heater.
Our pellet stoves have a reputation for long-lasting, heat-producing performance that can comfortably heat your home for years to come.
In addition, we intentionally design our stoves so that maintenance can be performed quickly and easily -- just be sure to keep your Owner's Manual handy for information on ash cleanout, etc. --
and if you do need to replace any parts, simply call us or log onto the England's Stove Works Store page to order your parts, quickly and easily.
Choose your manual from the list below. U.S. and Canada (which includes French) versions are listed.
Summers Heat 2,000 Sq. Ft. Pellet Auxiliary Heater Stove
All Summers Heat stove models are intentionally designed to be user-friendly and simple to maintain.
Check out these quick videos that describe how to operate (and maintain) the 55-SHPAH Pellet Auxiliary Heater. These are also found on the DVD that came with your unit, but we've broken them up here so that you can find the subject you want and quickly view it.
Be sure to check out your Owner's Manual as well (you can click on the Manuals tab if you need one) - and, as always, feel free to contact our Technical Support, toll-free, at (800) 245-6489 with any questions.
Or, view the individual subjects below:
Be sure to check our site often, as we add more information, FAQ's, news, etc. that is relevant and helpful to YOU!
How can I get a copy of my product’s Owner’s Manual?
Although every stove ships from the factory with a printed Owner's Manual, a copy of your Owner's Manual may be obtained free of charge when you download it from this web site.
Simply navigate to your stove (or grill) model in our Products pages (choose your brand from the Home page and find your model) and click on the Manuals tab at the bottom of your model's page.
Your manual will be available as a .pdf file for you to download and/or print at your convenience. Click Here if you need a free copy of Acrobat Reader to read .pdf files.
What kind of warranty do I get with my pellet stove?
All of our stoves come with a Limited 5-year warranty on the Firebox,
and 1-Year Limited warranty on the electrical components (and more!).
Click Here to check out a generic copy of our pellet stove warranty (be sure to check your Owner's Manual for the specific warranty for your model).
Tell me more about your ash vacuum system
An ash vacuum will make cleaning your wood stove, pellet stove or pellet grill much easier, and a great ash vacuum can make the job (almost) enjoyable.
What can I expect from the DVD that comes with my pellet stove?
Every pellet (or multi-fuel) stove that is manufactured by England's Stove Works comes with an instructional DVD.
How easy is it to maintain a pellet stove? What tools are required?
England's Stove Works was started with, and continues to believe in, the strong 'Do it Yourself' spirit of homeowners everywhere. Our pellet stoves are very easy to maintain, and a few basic tools can take care of any task you may need to handle.
Tools required to work on a pellet stove may include:
Hammer; Basic socket set; Pliers; Ajustable wrench (or wrench set); Wire cutters; Plastic wire ties; Small allen wrench set; Safety glasses ... That's about it!
Tell me more about pellet and multi-fuel vent pipe
In addition to choosing the best stove for your home, you will also want to invest in the best pipe that will provide years of service.
Wait! Save yourself some time! Don’t return your pellet stove or grill part until you read this
If you're about to replace a blower, vacuum hose or switch, or any other electrical part, please Click Here and read this important information first.
Do you have a Troubleshooting Guide I can check out?
Yes! Actually, there are multiple ways to troubleshoot your stove...
In your Owner's Manual, there is a Troubleshooting Guide page, for the most common potential issues (some wood manuals have a 'Helpful Hints' section instead).
We also have a 'Walk-Through' Troubleshooting Guide on this site...just go to the main FAQ page and choose 'Troubleshooting' under the Categories, and click Filter.
And, as always, you may contact a Technical Support specialist toll-free at (800) 245-6489 with any further questions.
How do I track my parts order?
We take pride in our Technical Support as well as our fast shipping, so rest assured that your parts order will be processed asap. Here's how to track your parts order from England's Stove Works:
(PLEASE NOTE -- FOR WEB AND PHONE ORDERS: We do enter and ship orders asap, but please give at least one to two business days after placing your order before you attempt to track it, so that it can get into the tracking system.)
WEB ORDERS: Click Here to go to the UPS Tracking page to track "by Reference Number." In the Reference Number field on the UPS site, simply enter the (shipping) zip code that you used when placing your web order, then the order number that our online shopping program gave you, with NO spaces...(for example: 2457486523). Click the "Track" button -- it's that simple!
ORDERS THAT ARE PHONED IN: Click Here to go to the UPS Tracking page to track "by Reference Number." In the Reference Number field on the UPS site, enter the (shipping) zip code that you used when placing your phoned-in order, then the order (or claim) number that our Customer Service rep. gave you, with NO spaces...(for example: 2457486523). Click the "Track" button -- again, it's that simple!
Note: If you do not have this information, you may call (800) 245-6489 and we can find and track your order for you...but if you have this information, please keep it handy, it can save you time if you track your order yourself.
What’s so great about being EPA and Washington State Certified?
Look for this “EPA Certified” logo throughout our site:
Most of our stoves are EPA Certified, which means that an independent, accredited laboratory has tested the stove and determined that it meets EPA Phase II particulate emissions limit standards (7.5 grams or less per hour for non-catalytic wood stoves & pellet stoves, 4.1 grams or less per hour for catalytic stoves).
Washington State takes its requirements even further: wood stoves offered for sale in the state of Washington must meet a particulate emissions limit of 4.5 grams per hour for non-catalytic wood stoves & pellet stoves
and 2.5 grams per hour for catalytic.
What does this mean for you? Besides having peace of mind that you are burning "cleaner and greener” with far less pollution, EPA certified wood and pellet stoves are often much higher in efficiency than uncertified units. This means you use less fuel for the same amount of heat, saving you money!
For more info visit the United States Environmental Protection Agency website at http://www.epa.gov/oecaerth/resources/publications/monitoring/caa/woodstoves/certifiedwood.pdf
What do I need to know about connecting a pellet unit to outside air?
Outside air installation is mandatory for our pellet units to operate properly. These units have been designed and tested with this type connection,
because so many homes are airtight and there is not adequate combustion air available from inside the home.
The air intake pipe is located at the rear of the burn pot and measures one and one half inches (1 1/2") inside diameter (I.D.). This connection can be made with 1 7/8" I.D. metal pipe and coupler, and should exit through the wall or floor. Be sure to secure the pipe to the unit with a clamp or aluminum tape. The outside end of the pipe should be covered (screened) to prevent foreign matter from entering the system.
Our Outside Air Kit (Part Number PU-OAK) can be used (includes Spanish and French information).
Note: If your unit is located below ground level, you will need to run the pipe up and then outside the dwelling. Also note: If the total run of the connection exceeds 6', use 3" metal pipe (and coupler) instead.
If you need more information on this, please call Technical Support at (800) 245-6489, or email us.
How do I install the PU-OAK Outside Air Kit for pellet stoves? (English, French, Spanish)
Click Here for instructions that detail the installation of our PU-OAK outside air kit for pellet stoves. English, French and Spanish included.
Can I install my pellet stove near a central furnace or cold air return?
A note on cold air returns and central furnaces...
Some homes, including the modern, air-tight homes that are well-insulated, create a negative draft that could cause smoke to be released from your unit, especially if it is too close to your home’s central furnace. If you install your stove in the same room as the cold air return from your home’s central furnace, you must place your stove at least 20 feet (20’) from the cold air return. We recommend you open an outside window slightly, and never close the door that leads from this room to the rest of your home.
Can I see a list of vent termination clearance requirements for pellet stoves?
When installing a pellet (or multi-fuel) stove, plan and prepare for proper termination of your vent (chimney/exhaust) system. See your stove's Owner's Manual, and refer to this diagram:
Do you have a basic diagram and parts list? (Models with PAH in model number)
Are hopper extensions safe to use with my stove?
England's Stove Works, Inc. does NOT currently design its stoves (pellet or multi-fuel or otherwise) for use with hopper extensions. The use of any third-party extensions will not only void your warranty, but is potentially unsafe, as proper airflow and seals must be maintained.
How can I prevent smoke-backs in my pellet stove?
Pellet stoves have been in use since the 1980's and have a proven track record of providing a very clean, safe method of home heating.
However, precautions must be taken with pellet stoves, as with any appliance in the home. Every time before pressing “ON” to start your unit – Be sure to remove all ashes (burnt or partially burnt) from your burn pot area. Wearing protective gloves and with the unit cool, remove the Wear Plate (if your unit is equipped with one) and dump the ashes, ensuring that the air holes are clear from debris. If your unit does not have a Wear Plate, remove the burn pot and dump the ashes, following the instructions in your owner's manual.
Also be sure to follow all other maintenance instructions as outlined in your Owner’s Manual and the Instructional DVD included with the unit. Failure to remove ashes from this area before each burn can potentially cause smoke-back and serious damage to your stove, and can void your warranty. We will not be held responsible for poorly maintained units, including excess ash in the burn pot area. Burn Safe and Burn Clean – Clean the burn pot area daily!
How do I adjust (keep tight) my hopper lid latches?
Hopper lid latches must be kept tight on a pellet stove, to seal the top and ensure safe, quality operation. This is also true of a pellet grill.
If you need to adjust or replace your hopper lid latch(es), Click Here for an instruction sheet that details this procedure.
How do I replace the PU-CHA igniter?
The auto-igniter system in our pellet stoves is a reliable, convenient feature that takes the work out of starting your fire.
If you need to replace the igniter, Click Here for an instruction sheet. The sheet covers stoves with cast housing, as well as machined (pictures and explanation included).
How do I change out the thermal sensor wire?
The thermal sensor is an important part of the diagnostics system of your pellet stove.
If you need to change out the thermal sensor, Click Here for an instruction sheet.
How do I replace the exhaust (combustion) blower on my stove?
The exhaust (or combustion) blower is responsible for creating the 'negative draft' that keeps your pellet (or multi-fuel) unit burning. Click Here to see the instruction sheet that will help you replace your blower, quickly and correctly.
How do I replace the vacuum hose? (for the exhaust blower)
Replacing the high-temperature vacuum hose that connects to the exhaust blower is quick and easy, but there are a couple of things to be aware of.
How do I replace the vacuum switch?
Changing out a vacuum switch in your pellet (or multi-fuel) stove is easy, and ensures safe, reliable operation.
Click Here for an instruction sheet that details this procedure. Instructions are included for pre-2006 models as well as 2006-current.
How do I replace my convection (room air) blower on my pellet stove?
The convection blower is the blower that forces heated air into the living area of your home. If it becomes necessary to replace the convection blower,
Click Here for an instruction sheet detailing this procedure. This covers most of our pellet stove models; see your Owner's Manual or call (800) 245-6489 if you have any questions.
How do I replace the (CU-047042, 2.4 rpm) auger motor?
The auger / auger motor system is what makes a pellet stove unique from other fuel appliances; it allows the stove to get constant, steady fuel to keep your home warm and comfortable.
Click here to see the instruction sheet that will help you replace your CU-047042 model auger motor.
How do I replace the auger gasket (steel augers)?
Pellet stoves with steel augers have an 'auger gasket' that may need to be replaced.
How do I replace my pellet stove’s cradle gasket?
How do I replace the ash pan gasket?
How do I replace the door gasket on my stove?
Our wood and pellet models have various types of door styles, but all door gaskets are replaced in very similar ways.
How do I replace the glass gasket on my stove?
Like the door gaskets on the various models, glass gaskets are replaced in very similar ways across the wood and pellet stove designs.
How do I replace the hopper lid gasket?
How do I replace the hopper lid safety switch?
Your pellet stove (or pellet grill) may come equipped with an 'arm' or a 'button' type hopper lid switch.
How do I clean my combustion blower? How do I replace the combustion blower and/or motor gaskets?
Any time you remove the combustion (exhaust) blower on your pellet stove (i.e. for cleaning), the gasket should be replaced.
You may choose to remove the entire blower, or just the motor on the blower...either way, the PU-CBMG gasket kit has you covered.
Click Here for instructions for removing your combustion blower for cleaning, as well as replacing the gaskets. Be sure to check out your owner's manual and the DVD that came with your unit for further instructions for cleaning the blower.
What about external thermostats for pellet stoves or wood furnaces?
A Note on our Add-On Wood Furnace: Do NOT use an external thermostat on our 28-3500/50-SHW35/50-TRW35 whole house add-on furnace. Follow the instructions in the manual pertaining to the controller that is included with our furnace, and contact us if you have any further questions.
There is now a Remote Thermostat that may be used on our pellet units.
It is actually easier to install than a wall thermostat, and can be installed in about 5 minutes!
Click Here to see the Remote Thermostat
External Wall Thermostat for Pellet (or Multi-Fuel) Stoves: When using an external wall thermostat with our pellet freestanding or insert models, do not place it more than 14’ (fourteen feet) from the stove.
An external thermostat (such as our Part No. PU-DTSTAT) can be used on our pellet units as long as it is a 24-volt that works with millivolt systems.
Instructions: After unplugging the stove, locate the jumper wire on the bottom of the control panel (J-3). The two screws should then be loosened and the jumper wire removed from the board. Next, the two thermostat lead wires should be connected at this location and the screws tightened; the jumper wire should be saved for future operation without a thermostat. More information can be found here.
The pellet stove will operate differently once the wall thermostat is installed -- see your owner's manual and contact us with any questions.
If you need more information on this, please call Technical Support at (800) 245-6489 or email us.
A great idea: On/Off and High/Low thermostat modes
Some of our pellet (and multi-fuel) models will operate the thermostat in 'On/Off' mode, as well as 'High/Low' operation.
How do I install a wall thermostat on my pellet (or multi-fuel) stove?
A wall thermostat that works with a pellet (or multi-fuel) unit is a popular choice with some homeowners.
Tell me more about the remote thermostat (and may I see the instructions for it?)
A remote thermostat is a convenient, powerful tool that you can use with many of our pellet (and multi-fuel) stoves. Our remote thermostat is model AC-3003.
How do I test my wall or remote thermostat function without firing up my stove?
You can test your thermostat's function without actually having your stove powered On.
What are these three buttons at the bottom of my pellet stove’s control board?
Many customers have called us or emailed us and have asked this question. At the bottom of the (digital, button-type) control board of any England's Stove Works pellet unit are three buttons, labeled "Low Fuel Feed," "Low Burn Air," and "Air on Temp."
These three buttons are preset at the factory, and should NOT need to be adjusted.
If you are having problems with your stove and feel that the buttons may be out of adjustment, please call Technical Support at (800) 245-6489 or email us and explain your problem.
How do I re-wire and install my PU-CB04 control board?
The control board is definitely the 'brain of the stove,' but replacing (and re-wiring) a control board is a fairly quick and simple task.
Pellet Manufacturers - And where to find them!
The Pellet Fuels Institute is a great trade association that promotes energy independence 'through the efficient use of clean, renewable, densified biomass fuel.'
Click Here to check out their member directory page; it allows you to select the Category "Fuel Manufacturer" and see their listing of the folks who make this wonderful, portable, clean and renewable pellet fuel.
Will a wood or pellet stove save me money? Is this for me?
We've all heard many of the great reasons for purchasing a wood (or wood pellet) stove...
We've all heard many of the great reasons for purchasing a wood (or wood pellet) stove.
A few of the more popular reasons are:
-It uses renewable fuel
-The fuel is widely available
-It makes you more self-reliable and independent from oil, electricity, etc.
-The heat just feels "better" and the flame is cozy and beautiful to look at
But the main thing on many people's minds who are considering the purchase of a wood, pellet or multi-fuel stove is:
"Will a wood stove, multi-fuel or pellet stove save me money?"
Please take a few moments to look below at some of the resources we've gathered that address the advantages of heating with wood or wood pellet fuel. They cover many of the great perks of burning with wood and pellets, including the reasons listed above - and, yes, we've even included handy fuel calculators, so you can get an idea of how much money you can save. Enjoy!
First things first...
The Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association (HPBA) has put together a quick Fuel Efficiency Calculator that can give you an idea of how much money you may be able to save annually. You can even enter your own costs, if you want to be more accurate.
Want to try some other calculators?
But wait, there's more...
--We're always touting the fact that we have so many EPA Certified (and WA State approved) wood, pellet and multi-fuel stoves in our line-up. The question has been asked before: "What's so great about that?"
Well, less smoke and more efficiency means that, besides being great for the environment (and easier on your neighbors), it actually saves you even more money.
The EPA has some good information that answers the question: "Will switching to an EPA Certified stove really save me money?"
--To help you narrow your options and explore the benefits of our stoves even further, we've put together an article that goes into some detail describing how you can choose the best stove for your needs
--Mother Earth News has an article entitled "Is Wood Heating Right for You?" It covers some of the benefits of heating with wood and helps you decide if it's really for you.
--Click here for Our Home Page to see specific Englander, Timber Ridge and Summers Heat stove descriptions for wood, pellet and multi-fuel models.
If you would like to view videos showing how to operate and maintain this unit, check out the Help tab on this page.
Click on the video below to check out the great features of this stove!