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Pleasant Hearth LWS-130291-B 2,200 sq ft Wood Stove

Pleasant Hearth LWS-130291-B 2,200 sq ft Wood Stove

 
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Wood Stove

  • High efficiency EPA approved wood burning stove for longer, hotter fires that require less refueling
  • Average efficiency of 85% provides longer, hotter burning fires
  • Heating capacity of up to 77,000 BTU per hour
  • Side and rear heat shield allows for tighter clearances to combustibles
  • Ceramic glass window for a pleasant viewing experience
  • Air wash system avoids collecting soot on the glass
  • Heats up to 2,200 sq. ft
  • 20" log capacity
  • Brick-lined firebox
  • Ash drawer
  • Blower included
  • Exhaust Location: Top
  • Fuel Type: Firewood
  • Heating Area Range: 2001 to 3000ft²
  • Maximum Heating Area: 2200ft²
  • Maximum Heating Area: 204.38m²
  • Maximum Log Length: 20"
Color / Finish:Black
Weight:324 Pounds
Listing:Made in USA
Warranty5 Year Limited

Dimensions & Weights 

Width:26½ inches
Size of Flue Exhaust:6 inches
Height:30.88 inches
Depth:30½ inches



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3.5 out of 5
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Purchased for my garage not good for a home.
By Lowe's Guest from Waldoboro, ME, USA on Dec 02, 2014
I purchased this stove three months ago. I wanted it for the size of the wood it stated it could hold. 20 inch piece. It does hold that size and it gives off great heat. It is air tight so it keeps producing heat for a long time after it has burned low. BUT I consider the stove unsafe. 1. If you do not pay attention when you open the front door to load more wood into the stove then pieces of burning wood or coals can and will fall out if you don''t push them back in as you open the door. 2. As you load the stove it does not hold very much wood because it has a small wood box so again as you are pushing a piece of wood into the back of the stove box it can roll back out before you get the door closed. I have a concrete floor in the garage but in a house it could be a disaster. The design needs to be changed so you can load wood from the side also then that would take away the wood falling out factor. It could use a larger wood box to hold more wood for over night. Incidentally if you want to put the wood in in the other direction (straight in) then you will need to have a wood length of 14". NOT what it is selling.
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2nd season with it
By Lowe's Guest from Oakdale, Montville, CT 06370, USA on Nov 18, 2014
So I waited a year to write the review. I installed this stove in March or so of 2014. It was a floor model from Lowes and it was missing some pieces, GHP group mailed these parts right to me without an issue. I was replacing a boxwood stove that I experimented with on burning wood to help reduce how much oil I was using. I enjoyed burning wood (its alot of hard work though) but the boxwood ate the wood so fast, so I wanted a better stove. I initially was slightly let down by the quality of fire and heat that the stove produced but I figured out it was the quality of the wood I was using (not really seasoned, late season purchase) draft was still good even without a liner since I have an inside chimney, but it would take longer to really start drafting good. But I noticed that the fuel blocks(compressed sawdust blocks) burned incredibly well. So it was back to wood quality. So this summer I added a chimney liner and worked really hard to have all my wood split in the spring so it seasoned all summer,(even built a really cool little wood shed) and started burning a couple of weeks ago and its a world of difference. You still need to get the flue warm, (I think it does really well when it gets to 200 degrees) but if you follow the directions for lighting off the stove you should not have a problem. (newspaper or even the firestarters) The main floor of the house is 1200 square feet and the stove is in the basement it can easily heat the upstairs and basement without even loading the stove fully. So key things to remember dry seasoned wood I noticed that Ash is really good along with oak. (the difference between my shed wood at 11% moisture content and the open air seasoned wood at 17% is easily 100 degrees or more with less inlet air and a larger fire) and a good chimney set-up. Take your time with these 2 items and any other faults will become secondary to how warm your home will be. Other items to help is some welders gloves they help to load the stove when there is a good bed of coals going, stove polish to keep it looking nice, wood stove glass cleaner. Burn time for the wood is about 3 hours, but good heat is thrown for about 6 and sometimes longer depending if you turn the coals over. If you use the fuel blocks and the stove was clean when starting and fully loaded 5 hour burn time is not unrealistic, and you got to learn the stove to figure how long it will throw heat verse watching a fire in the fire box.
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going back
By Lowe's Guest from Sierra Nevada Mnts., Ca on Sep 30, 2014
There is no way this tiny stove can 2200 sq ft. So disapointed. My stove is in a small room on first floor and heated all 2000 sq ft. Had an old earth stove that hated this house for 38 years. I brought this in and lit first fire only to find this stove has such a small fire box wont hold enough wood to heat a small room on a warm day , 50 degrees. Im pulling this out, breaking out my welder and putting in my old Earth Stove back in. Will probably outlast the Pleasant Hearth stove. I would not recommend this stove to anyone who likes to stay warm
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Nice cabin stove for AK.
By Lowe's Guest from Willow, Alaska on Mar 02, 2014
This is a good little stove which keeps our 1600 square foot cabin nice and warm. I added insulation below and behind the stove for safety''s sake not know how much heat would go in those directions. We mounted the stove 16" out from wall and the insulation is only warm to the touch when I''m burning the stove at 300 to 400 degrees. The stove pad below is considerably warmer but nothing a standard 1/2" stove pad won''t easily handle. I''ve had no problem with smoke at all, just make sure your draft is good and there should be no problems. I''ve found the draft very easy to work with and it fires up really well from a cold start. The quality seems good. I suppose I could have paid considerable more for a high end stove but this one meets my needs. It''s dipped below -25 several times this winter and that hasn''t been a problem.
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Seems to be working great.
By Lowe's Guest from No. Idaho on Feb 18, 2014
This product is used in the shop, not our home. We bought this to replace a 27 year old Blaze King. We read the directions and watched the video. It is very easy to use if you. It warms up a 30 x 30 shop without too much effort. The other day the shop temperature was 37 degrees. I got the fire going and about a half hour later it was 50 degrees. The shop was built over 30 years ago so I''m sure it isn''t the best insulation. I''m very happy with the way it is working.
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Just WOW!
By Lowe's Guest from Massachusetts, USA on Jan 10, 2014
Temperature dipped down to 10 degrees, with a wind chill on top of that. Time to crank out our first heating session. Following the instructions for lighting precisely, I looked at the wall thermometer at 64 degrees inside. I developed a nice bed of ash and let them get red hot. Laying on a perpendicular log pattern I finish the heating of the wood per paperwork. Within 15 minutes, The temperature soared to 77. Touchdown Pleasant Hearth! Now the reason for the 5 star rating is, that the square foot volume of the room that the stove is set up in is roughly 3400 square feet, or about 1200 square feet more than the stove is rated for. In addition, the doorway into our kitchen is 47" x 80" and has no door. The large 16 x 20 foot master bedroom is attached to the room, the temperature there went from 66 to 73 degrees. and a large bathroom with an open door got warmer as well. The logs are getting an average burn. I will adjust the controls a bit more to get more out of them as I get past my learning curve with this newer stove design.
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It''s all about draft...
By Lowe's Guest from The wilds of NE Arizona on Aug 16, 2013
We have the stove pipe straight up through the roof; total height is probably a good 15''+ from stove top to cap. Pretty much the same stack we used for a temporary Franklin stove in the same location (THAT was a mistake!). The point being that we have excellent draw and, therefore, easy lighting and good burn times. Open the damper, open the door, stack tinder, small sticks and a medium sized log in it; one match, *POOF!*, nice start. Leave the door cracked (just on the latch) wait about 15 - 20 minutes, stack more wood on, let it catch close the door, nice warm fire. The old Franklin, we used to have to restack about every 20 minutes ALL the time and, being non-sealed, DID smoke and soot the place a bit, but it did burn well. Needless to say, with the cold temps here overnight (teens to below zero), that made for little sleep. With this new stove, maybe once an hour (or longer) and the last stack of the night, close the damper about 75% (there''s a stop), stays warm with enough coals left in the morning to relight. Admittedly, we are only heating about 1100 square feet, but it does a good job of keeping us warm. We burn mostly cedar and aspen in it (cheap, locally available) and, as i said, it does work well once you get used to using the damper. Honestly, I think the reviewers that are complaining about smoke and not long burning probably don''t have enough of a chimney stack to develop a good draw and/or use the damper incorrectly; just sayin''. It is also well built, although the damper can be a bit "sticky" at times. We have also noticed some cold spots around the door seal (evidenced by creosote build up on the glass front) but we can live with that. I''ll probably add some high temp sealant on the gasket. All-in-all, a GREAT little stove! We have another location where we''ll buy this one''s baby brother to heat once we get the construction complete.
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Mfr Part #
Sku 1453561G
UPC #
Group # 1453561
Category Wood Stoves - 14880
Style Rustic - 119
Sales Rank 55

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