Model # 13-NCH

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Englander 1,800 sq. ft. Wood-Burning Stove
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Englander

1,800 sq. ft. Wood-Burning Stove

  • Burns logs up to 18 in. long for hours of warmth
  • Heats up to 1800 sq. ft. for a comfortable living space
  • Convenient ash drawer for easy ash removal
$649.00 /each

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Heating up to 1,800 sq. ft., this Englander Wood-Burning Stove features a 60,000 BTU capacity with a 1.8 cu. ft. firebox that holds logs up to 18 in. long. Stainless-steel tubes and ceramic fiberboard construction help create a clean, hot burn that lasts for hours, keeping your space warm all season long. A beveled door design with extra-large door glass makes this stove a perfect fit for any moderately sized home, and its EPA-certified design is also approved for use in mobile homes.

  • Steel construction offers long-lasting durability
  • Generates up to 60,000 BTUs for reliable heating when burning seasoned cordwood
  • 6 in. top exhaust and outside air hookup to keep impurities out of your home's air
  • Designed with a high-tech firebox to create a clean, hot, long-lasting burn
  • Rear heat shield included; side heat shields (sold separately) can be installed for closer clearances
  • Includes legs and pedestal for versatile installation
  • Large viewing glass with air wash system to help keep glass clean
  • Satin black finish with both brass and nickel handles included for a custom look
  • EPA and Washington state certified
  • Mobile home approved when used with included pedestal
  • Room air blower included (over $100 value) to improve air circulation
  • Made in USA
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Wha is the exact Englander model#

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September 12, 2016
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The exact model number is 13-NCH.
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The answer "LWS-127201" is a Pleasant Hearth model number, not an Englander model number. Englander numbers start with "13-NC" with some additional letters.
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September 10, 2016
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The model number of the stove is LWS-127201.
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The Englander 13 says that a room air blower is included. Is this the same thing as the "small room blower for $124? Do i need to order that extra?

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The answer is yes the blower is the same a the small room blower and you do not need to order that as an extra. the blower works great, and has two speeds. It can be a bit noisy but it sure helps heat up the rooms.
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Yes it is the same as a small room blower. No need to order that as it is included with the purchase. It is easy to install and works great.
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October 17, 2015
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When we purchased our stove 3 years ago, the blower was included. We found the blower noisy and ineffective. The ceiling fan in the room was quieter and did a much better job.
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Is everything included for complete installation

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What is in the box? Do I need to buy anything else? The specs say pedestal included. Is it?
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everything included to the top of the stove. The pipe to the ceiling, and the exhaust through the roof is not included
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When purchasing a wood stove you must also purchase the following components:
1. Floor protection
The pedestal that comes with the stove is not floor protection. Refer to the installation manual for the specs. of the required floor protection. Floor protection is not required when the stove is being installed on a non combustible flooring such as a concrete basement floor; however even in that Read More
When purchasing a wood stove you must also purchase the following components:
1. Floor protection
The pedestal that comes with the stove is not floor protection. Refer to the installation manual for the specs. of the required floor protection. Floor protection is not required when the stove is being installed on a non combustible flooring such as a concrete basement floor; however even in that circumstance I highly recommend installing the floor protection in case you want to finish your basement floors in the future.
2. Stove Pipe
Stove pipe is the black pipe that attaches to the stove. There are typically two types. Single wall - less expensive but it can not be with in 18" of any combustible objects. Double wall stove pipe - more expensive but it only requires a 6" clearance to combustibles.
3. Chimney pipe
This is the silver pipe that must be used when penetrating a wall, roof or ceiling. This pipe must extend above the roof. All the pipe that is exposed to the outdoor elements must be stainless steel. Depending on the pipe configuration sometimes the combination of the smoke pipe and chimney pipe can exceed the cost of the stove.
Two other things to keep in mind:
Always read the installation and care manual for hearth products you operate in your home.
Never cut the hold in the house for the stove until you have the pipe connected up to the point where the hole needs to be cut. Pipe is not always easy or even possible to cut as need be. Read Less
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Ho Greg, check out the installation guide. Yes a pedestal comes with it.
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/40/40aff327-da65-4107-8c72-6c1e15705068.pdf
A 6” diameter flue is required for proper performance.
The connector pipe and chimney should be inspected periodically and cleaned if necessary
Rear heat shield included; side heat shields (sold separately) can be installed for closer Read More
Ho Greg, check out the installation guide. Yes a pedestal comes with it.
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/40/40aff327-da65-4107-8c72-6c1e15705068.pdf
A 6” diameter flue is required for proper performance.
The connector pipe and chimney should be inspected periodically and cleaned if necessary
Rear heat shield included; side heat shields (sold separately) can be installed for closer clearances Read Less
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What is the log size limit on the stove?

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18 inches
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18 inches.
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This product can burn logs up to 18 inches long.
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1,800 sq. ft. Wood-Burning Stove is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 152.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great stove, unjust negatives. Let me start by saying this is my first wood stove, with that said It was trial and error, based on others positive reviews I bought this over some of the others. my house is roughly 1300 sg ft so the stove is a little over rated but better then under. I used double wall telescopic for the stove to ceiling and triple wall straight up through the roof. it took me about 3 burns to get the hang of getting it started and maintaining a good fire, the biggest issue is getting a good updraft so hear is what I found, I have a good air tight home as all the windows in the dining and living room are new, some have complained about not being able to get her going, the trick is open the damper half to full, use a descent amount of news paper and dry kindling as a base, light it and just ever so lightly leave the door cracked open enough for a good updraft, once it starts burning enough add regular seasoned wood until you have a good burn, I use oak ot maple as its abundant in my area, when the stove pipe reaches a good temp you will get a better updraft then you can control the burn with the damper after shutting the door, the stove will put out a good deal of heat but I am not sure how long the stove will retain it as I haven't really pushed it to much its still in the low 40,s here at night. but it does heat up fairly quickly. the blower works well but is a little loud as some stated and I'm wondering if a small fan would be better in back of the stove. I had talked to customer service about updraft issues and they recommend cracking open a window or an outside air pipe attached to the lower intake port on the back of the stove if you cant get it to light up or keep a good burn, this would be a worst case scenario I think. hope this little bit of info helps because for the price its a very nice stove. also duravent and englander have great customer service!
Date published: 2016-10-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This wood stove heats our whole house. My boiler has not fired up once this year, and we have h... This wood stove heats our whole house. My boiler has not fired up once this year, and we have had temperatures close to 0 degrees.
Date published: 2016-12-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great little stove Easy to use, but it takes quite amount of time before heating up. Once up to temperature, fire burns clean and is easy to maintain heat. Love the 2 speed blower, and found the low speed is more than sufficient moving hot air.
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Be Aware This stove is great except for one MAJOR PROBLEM! To safely use this stove it requires floor protection with an R value if no less then 2 !!!! It states this in the manual. It is nearly impossible to achieve this rating unless you want to spend over 1000$ on a high tech pre manufactured hearth pad. And still most of them only offer an R Value of about 1.5... THE CUSTOMER SERICE IS HORRIBLE. I called englander stoves 4 times regarding this. Finaly I demand to speak to someone up the chain of command.I eventually talked to one of the engeneers and he assured me that this wasn't a misprint. Just be aware if you think well I have two inches of brick down it will be fine, you are wrong. The heat transfers right through to your subfloor. Just be aware that this is one of the very few stoves on the market that require this. Most of the modern wood stoves only require ember protection. Or a type two floor protection. Because of this major flaw and the inconsistent information provided to me from the manufacture from customer service, which is quite frankly dangerous. I am leaving a rating of 1
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Wood Stove This wood stove is small for the amount of heat it puts out. It is very attractive and the blower is relatively quiet. I would definitely recommend this wood stove.
Date published: 2016-10-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I have to say this is a Beautiful well built little wood-stove, Meaning perfect for small homes u... I have to say this is a Beautiful well built little wood-stove, Meaning perfect for small homes under 1,800 sq. ft and for someone that will be there to feed wood to it most the day.. This particular wood-stove is not meant for long lasting fires, It doesn't holding a fire over 5 hours. Only because it's a small wood stove. It's tough to feed over 16 inch logs ( It say's it'll takes up 18 inch) that is not true. it will not take very big logs at all, 2 at a time. A 3rd log may fall forward on the glass door... This Customer was a little disappointed so on the 3rd day of having this model of Stove I called Home Depot and explained my situation and they where very kind about making me a Happy customer. So I upgraded to the Englander 2,400 sq. ft wood-stove that holds Up to 5 to 6 pieces of my 16 to 18 inch pieces of wood and will hold a fire up to 9 hours plus and takes wood straight in not sideways.. Even though it was a pain to switch out to the Bigger wood stove, it was all so worth it. So Not only am I a very Happy pleased customer, I Love my Englander 2,400 sq.ft wood stove. I am going to be so very Happily warm this winter. P.S I also recommend the Ecofan, it helps to circulate the heat and will be very handy when the electricity goes out.. Happy :)
Date published: 2016-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This was the best decision my wife and I made. We replaced a VC that was installed in our home i... This was the best decision my wife and I made. We replaced a VC that was installed in our home in 1983 with this Englander. Had to have a contractor install all new stainless steel flue, double wall, 6 inch Dia because the VC was eight inch and single wall and needed the flue raised higher above the crown of the roof to fix the draw problem. We live in the mountains of Colorado and always had draft issues with the old stove. Delivery was excellent and timely from HD and the contractors work was spot on. Fired up the stove to cure the paint for the first couple of times with the windows open. Now we have a reliable wood stove that heats the five large rooms that we wanted with ease. The fire is very easy to start, (not like the VC) heats up fast and the adjustment works like a charm. I can load the wood after stove is up to temp and relax for some hours instead of constantly nursing the old VC. Burn is perfect, glass is sooper clean, temp is where we want it and best of all, draw is spot on with total calm air outside in the Canyon. We also had the fresh air connected to the stove in the rear so it has its own air and not using the air from inside the house and having to keep windows cracked open like we had to do with the old stove. This was the best decision we could have made for our Mountain home and the Englander 13-NC wood stove is just the right size for our heating needs and an excellent product. It came with a fan that bolts on the rear and may use it later when it really gets down toward zero but haven't had to so far as we just use the ceiling fan. We recommend this stove highly.
Date published: 2016-11-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from HORRIBLE STOVE I bought the stove in 2014. Thought I would give it 2 full winters before I reviewed. I HATE this stove. It's for an 1800 sqft house.....my house is only 1600 and it doesn't even keep my family warm let alone my whole house......and don't get me started on the LOUD blower. I replaced my solid cast iron Vogelzang boxwood stove (NEW purchase price in 2000 $150) with this stove & have REGRETTED it ever sense. You have to stand over by the stove to feel the heat. Want to go back to another vogelzang but sadly enough they do not make them anymore. So I'm stuck with this one.
Date published: 2016-07-29
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