Medium - Wood Burning Stove with Legs
Pleasant Hearth non-catalytic wood burning stoves will warm your heart and your home with highly efficient and effective indoor zone heating. The Pleasant Hearth medium stove has been EPA certified with an 82% efficiency rating and 4.4 grams/hr of emissions. Perfect for any space in your home up to 1,800 square feet with little assembly required. All Pleasant Hearth wood burning stoves are made in the USA and include a 5 year limited warranty. Additionally, all Pleasant Hearth wood burning stoves feature a brick lined firebox, stainless steel ash lip, chrome spring handles, air wash system, and front-loading solid cast iron door with large ceramic glass viewing area.
- High Efficiency EPA Approved Wood Burning Stove
- Burns 8 to 10 Hours in One Fueling
- Sliding Draft Control
- Rear Heat Shield
- Ceramic Glass Window
- Air Wash System
- Brick Lined Firebox
- Connects to a Standard 6" Chimney
- Variable Speed Blower (Optional)
- WA State Approved
- Made In the USA
||Seasoned Cord Wood
|Heat Output||65,000 BTU/hr
|Heating Capacity||Up to 1,800 sq. ft.
|Log or Pellet Capacity||Up to 22"
|Finish||Black Finish with Chrome Accents
|Dimensions W x D x H (in.)||27" x 27" x 30 7/8"
|Warranty||5 Year Limited Warranty
Medium - Wood Burning Stove with Legs is rated out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5
from Excellent stove!! Bought this stove to supplement our boiler system and lower energy costs. It works very well!! The air flow is such that you need to add wood about every hour and a half to two hours to maintain the coal base. Installation is very simple and the quality is surprising for the price. Cracked the glass accidentally within 6 weeks but Customer Service was able to warranty it and send a new one. A little slow on shipping the warranty item but it arrived in excellent condition. For a two story house with a little over 1200 square feet living area, it can heat the entire house by itself at 0 F or above. Very pleased!!
Date published: 2014-02-09
Rated 1 out of 5
from Not as good as they say! I installed this the first of the year in 2014. "Medium" sized is a bit of a stretch. Wish Iwould have brought bigger because the wood splits must be small to fit in this stove.The spring handles supplied (2) never were able to stay on. The blower unit whichcame with this stove began making a loud rattling sound after only three weeks ofoperation. After the stove gets hot and fired up, it does put out a decent amount of heat for its size.
Date published: 2014-02-22
Rated 5 out of 5
from Great performer I replaced a 30+ year old stove with this unit. One of the best moves I have done. I do wish the firebox was just a little bit taller but I really have no complaints with it. Burns clean and I can get nearly an 8 hour burn if I close the air inlet to minimum. Starts easy with the door propped open for a bit when lighting but usually just have to add more wood and don't let it go out.
Date published: 2014-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5
from LOVE it! Heating bills with electric were $160. Now with lights and hot water I'm down to $40. This stove will pay for itself in 5 mos. I live in HOTlanta (a complete misnomer) and I'm glad I went for the 1800 sq ft rated stove in my 1200 sq ft house. This is my sole heat source and its great.
Date published: 2014-02-14
Rated 4 out of 5
from Worst winter in 25 yrs in southern OHIO I purchased this stove a month ago & we are having the worst winter in southern OHIO in over 25 yrs & was 3 degrees last night & it kept my home at 74 degrees my furnace come on this am only once & after getting the stove up & going again it has not come on since!! My home is around a thousand square ft in size & a sectional home & sits in the corner of my living room & is a nice piece of American workmanship!!!! I cant get 8 hrs of burn time tho as stated but other than that I'm very pleased with it so far & would tell others to buy one. I purchased the small model & returned it due to issues with draft problems & was very hard to keep going if you don't have all seasoned wood as I don't!! This stove is a lot easier to start & does not kill the fire when you close the door as the smaller model did!!! & you will save on wood due to how long it does burn on a load of wood in the fire box!! Do not block the air injection tube on the bottom middle front of stove cause it does burn a lot better if you don't!!! "as stated in manual" I think if I had all seasoned wood small stove would of worked a lot better! But I do feel there is a draft issue with it & should be looked into & fixed!!! BUY the medium or large cause it does work very well & I am very happy so far with it!! :)
Date published: 2014-01-22
I am getting a very low burn time with the stove. About 3 hours after I load it there are very little coals left to start another fire. Can a stove pipe damper be installed?
It is not a requirement but can be installed, yes.
Date published: 2014-03-06
can you hook up outside fresh air.
The small wood stove is the only wood stove that has the outside air kit capability.
Date published: 2014-02-13
what is the clearance on each side for this stove?
From the heater, there is 14" of minimum clearance from the back wall and sidewall. We also have a form regarding just that on our website. - http://www.ghpgroupinc.com/pdfs/wood_stoves_clearance.pdfThank you.
Date published: 2013-12-30
Can you use a heat-a later in pipe above this stove?
We would recommend not using this as the manual does not call for it. It may also interfere with the draw from the stove but we would not know as the stove hasn't been tested with that component.
Date published: 2013-12-29
Is the blower on the medium size stove controlled by a thermostat or is it manual.
The blower for this is controlled only manually.
Date published: 2013-12-06