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Englander

Model # 30-NCH

Internet # 100291302

Store SKU # 358560

2,400 sq. ft. Wood-Burning Stove

$719.00 /each
  • Freestanding design enables versatile placement options
  • Heats up to 2,400 sq. ft. for a comfortable living space
  • Side heat shields available separately for even closer clearance

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Product Overview

EPA certified for its efficient design, this Englander Wood-Burning Stove burns a super-clean 1.63 grams of emissions and features a hefty 3.5 cu. ft. firebox that can take logs up to 20 in. long. The stove heats up to 2,400 sq. ft. of living area to keep your home warm all season, and is also approved for use in mobile homes. A rear heat shield and large ash pan offer additional convenience, and side heat shields (not included) may be added for even closer clearance to combustibles.

  • Steel construction offers long-lasting durability
  • Generous firebox size accepts up to 20 in. logs
  • Can potentially generate more than 75,000 BTUs when burning seasoned cordwood
  • Convenient ash drawer for easy ash removal
  • Vented with 6 in. top exhaust to keep impurities out of your home's air
  • High-tech firebox design (non-catalytic) for more heat, more efficient burn times and a super-clean burn of 1.63 grams per hour
  • Beautiful arched door with extra-large 11-1/4 in. x 15-1/8 in. glass and air wash system
  • Choose between brass or nickel knob set (both included) for a custom look
  • EPA certified for efficient use in the home
  • Blower included (model AC-16) for an added value of over $100
  • Mobile home approved when used with included pedestal, legs also included
  • Outside air adaptable
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.) 
31 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
29.75 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
23.25 in 
Firebox depth (in.) 
22.75 
Firebox height (in.) 
13.75 
Firebox width (in.) 
20 
Product Depth (in.) 
31 
Product Height (in.) 
29.75 
Product Width (in.) 
23.25 

Details

Area Heated (Sq. Ft.) 
2400.000 
Assembly Required 
Yes 
Features 
Pedestal Base,Rear heat shield 
Material 
Steel 
Mount type 
Freestanding 
Product Weight (lb.) 
423 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Vented or Vent-Free 
Vented 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed,EPA Approved 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Limited Warranty: 5-year on firebox, 1-year on electrical components 

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Do you have to use an outside air supply?

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I believe you must use one if you are in a mobile home or a tight house, but even if your home is drafty you will want one so you aren't pulling cold air across your floor all the time. A hole to the crawl space or out the back wall (for slab on grade) with a bug screen in the hearth will do
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No, but you may want to if you have a recently built home or your house is very air tight. In most circumstances they are never that air tight.
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For mobile homes yes for regular homes then no but I would highly recommend it. Mine does not work well despite having its own air supply. In addition, mine smokes a lot and goes out easily despite the separate air supply.
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Check your local building code but rule-of-thumb is if you're house is tight (no air leaks) then you will want to use an outside air kit. If your house is old and drafty like our house, then you don't.
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If you plan to install in mobile home yes you have to or if your standard residential home is air tight you might need it. Otherwise no.
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No, you do not have to use an outside air supply. There is an option to connect one.
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Yes it does
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The assembled depth is stated 31". Does that deapth include to fan or the front lintel. What exactly is the 31" inches?

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It is 31" from edge of lintel to back of stove. My AC 30 fan sticks out about 4" more. The fan it comes with might stick out a little farther but not much.
Look for Englander 30 NCH on Youtube. Unable to post link at this time.
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It is 31 from the back of stove including the lintel, then with the fan it makes it 38, I installed mine in a trailer(pressed for room), and I put it (with the fan on it) 2 inches from wall and it did great. It is a good stove, the only thing I don't like is the vapor panels deteriorated on me faster than I would think to happen. But from what I have learned in investigation all stove eat them up. I had Read More
It is 31 from the back of stove including the lintel, then with the fan it makes it 38, I installed mine in a trailer(pressed for room), and I put it (with the fan on it) 2 inches from wall and it did great. It is a good stove, the only thing I don't like is the vapor panels deteriorated on me faster than I would think to happen. But from what I have learned in investigation all stove eat them up. I had it going 24/7 when cold, it was my heat source because my heater went out, but I loved it, I could open a window to air out house and you couldn't even tell. Another thing to add if your in a trailer or your house is air tight you have to run a vent to it. I hoped this helped, here is a link to a video of it I posted on youtube jan, 2014 if you want to check it out in action, and if you have any more questions let me know. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJj_3YYOVYo Read Less
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The dimensions will be for the entire unit.
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How long will it burn with a full load?

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What is the log size that it will take?
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Depends on many factors. It is to hot to the touch in the morning but real nice coals to get it going. Burn times are not defined by any company and are grossly over estimated.
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I'm seeing around the same burn times as the other poster. A full load of oak or locust results in around 8-10 hours of burn time and a stove FULL of red hot coals at the end of that time period.
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With a full load of dry oak it will burn 10 hours. Of coarse the burn rate changes over this time but after 10 hours the stove will be VERY warm to the touch. Even after 15 hours there are enough live coals to restart a new fire with whole logs.
The stove is rated for square footage. This is what you should be considering - not burn times. I heat 3100 sq feet with my stove which is centrally located. Read More
With a full load of dry oak it will burn 10 hours. Of coarse the burn rate changes over this time but after 10 hours the stove will be VERY warm to the touch. Even after 15 hours there are enough live coals to restart a new fire with whole logs.
The stove is rated for square footage. This is what you should be considering - not burn times. I heat 3100 sq feet with my stove which is centrally located. But the stove is rated for a smaller number of square feet. Even if I had a 1000 square foot house I would use this stove for heating since I would make smaller fires in it.
It will accept a log size which is equal to or less than the size of the door opening dimensions - which is described in the specifications for the stove. Read Less
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What is the efficiency % for this stove?
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I think it's like 80% or better. It's one of the most efficient for non CAT. I don't want to worry about how much efficiency I'm loosing each year because of CAT degradation or when it's going to fail.
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I don't recall the #s want to say in the 80% range. I researched stoves and this is the best for the money given it is not a CAT stove. I personally don't want to worry about my efficiency degrading yearly and wondering when I need to replace a CAT.
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I own this stove, and sorry to say there are no efficiency % numbers in any of the paperwork that came with it. Also nothing on the englander website. See my 2 star review for the problems this stove presents.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 172 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great purchase first off you cannot beat this price. Right when I received the stove I could tell it was great quality. The description does not do it justice. this thing is a powerhouse! I am a scientist at a renewable energy laboratory to give you some credentials. this stove works in a gasification fashion to simplify the idea, it turns wood into natural gas!!!!! When used properly the flames are at the top of the stove. there is a ceramic shield that forces all the flames to burn inside. This thing works so efficiently and looks beautiful. if you need a wood stove get this one. I paired it with the magic heat reclaim system for 200$ and it produces near 125k btu. I live in Colorado at 10k ft in a 2300 sqft home. this can make my home 75 degrees at 10f. so happy so impressed. it uses very little wood and holds heat and hot embers for up to 16 hours. I cannot express how great of a purchase this is. BUY IT!!!! May 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Stove legs The Internet ad for the stove clearly stated that the stove came with both a pedestal base as well as legs. When the stove arrived there were no legs, only a pedestal base. I contacted customer support and a few weeks later was forwarded a reply from the supplier that said "we do not manufacture this stove". Doesn't make much sense to me. The leg base for the stove is one of the main reason fort purchase and seeing that the stove weighs 500 pounds and was delivered by freight, I guess I won't be returning it. You should fix your product description Home Depot. June 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by So far great This is going to be a very early review as we are just coming out of heating season. I got this stove at a great discount with the end of the wood burning season. The stove was delivered by truck and the trailer had a lift gate and the driver pallet jacked it straight off the trailer into our garage. (We have enough room to back a 53' trailer up to it; this isn't guaranteed however they did it and it was great) On unpacking we had a couple firebricks that had come loose and cracked in shipping. Called support and they mailed me replacements; were great to work with. We got a cool snap and i went ahead and did a couple burn in fires and then 1 decent long one. It was cool but not cold so we could keep the house opened up during the initial fires slowly increasing the temp and curing the paint. It did smoke a lot and stink but that's life getting a new stove we knew it was coming. I went from a woodpro 2.0 to this stove. So far I saw much better secondaries and a much longer burn with a half full firebox. I love the ability to load the wood either direction in it which is a major reason I chose a deep stove. I'll update again in about 7 or 8 months when we are into the heart of next winter and I have more experience with it. May 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Englander NC 30 Its absolutely amazing the way this thing works. Cant wait for the snow to get here now. September 22, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Haven't fired it yet This review is based on my purchasing experience on this product, as I haven't burned in it yet. My shopping experience on Homedepot.com was good. Rep was great and offered me free shipping after I was going to reconsider purchasing the item due to the shipping cost. Arrival time was quick. My only complaint is that this 400+ pound stove was due to arrive to my street by 18 wheeler and I was responsible to get the item off the truck. This was an impossible task for me so I chose to drive to the trucking company terminal and pick it up with my trailer and help from a friend. If I had paid the original $99 shipping charge this would have been totally unacceptable. I guess I can't complain too much. BUT others beware if you choose to have the item shipped to your home. April 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by haven't used yet, but everything looks ready to go haven't installed yet, but good instructions & everything looks ready to go so don't think there will be any problems. Very satisfied so far. April 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Should have bought earlier This stove is far better and more effecient than the old one I replaced. The "air wash" system is not as good as some others I have seen. However, it does perform well and is easy to operate. March 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great stove When my wife and I sat down and compared the Englander and a competing model from Lowes, we looked at all the pros and cons and found the Englander had a 3.5 square feet box, compared to the 1.5 at Lowes. Also the Englander is made in Virginia and the other in Canada. Once we installed it, we ran a fire for 12 hours on Thanksgiving. This brought our house up to 81 degrees while the outside temp was in the 30's. The next morning it was still 60 degrees in the room. It also comes with a blower, which circulates the warm air off of the unit. A fire was easy to start in the unit. The only negative is it weighs 475 pounds, so bring 3 friends. December 4, 2013
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