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Englander 2,400 sq. ft. Wood-Burning Stove
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Englander

2,400 sq. ft. Wood-Burning Stove

  • 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
$89900 /each

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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
  • Stylish nickel handles fit any home's décor
  • 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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Customer Questions & Answers

Do you have to use an outside air supply?

Asked by: Eric
NO you dont need outside air supply
Answered by: john
Date published: 2017-02-13

Where is it manufactured

Asked by: Blip
It says on booklet it is manufactured by England's Stove Works, Inc in Monroe, VA
Answered by: wayneandcathy
Date published: 2017-04-05

Can this stove be use as a insert

Asked by: Jj
Yes I am using mine as 1 with out the use of the fan and it works great.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2017-02-22

I cannot get my fire to slow down.

Closing the damper does not effect the burn. It burns really fast,i am wasting wood.
Asked by: Vicki
It depends on what wood you are using and it cannot be dry rot wood as it will burn up really fast like kindling.If it is solid but dry wood try to shut it down sooner rather than letting it burn till its really hot.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2017-02-22
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2,400 sq. ft. Wood-Burning Stove is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 205.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I've only had this wood stove for a couple weeks. I'm using it to heat a 2,000 square foot shop ... I've only had this wood stove for a couple weeks. I'm using it to heat a 2,000 square foot shop with 10' ceilings. I have R19 wall insulation and R50 ceiling insulation. It's a little slower to get a new fire going from cold than I'm used to. Once you get a fire going it burns for a long time because it has a huge firebox. I tend to run it full open with small splits when I am in the shop and I only close the air when I'm out of the shop to get the maximum burn time. The shop usually stays 40 F warmer than the outside temperature without heat (just the insulation). The stove puts out good heat, but the other morning it was -25 F and I couldn't get the shop above 60 F. The slab is still very cold since I just started heating the shop and the shop has two large doors, but I'm hoping to get closer to 70 F once the slab warms up over time. I was hoping to not use the fan, but the back half of the shop with the stove stays warmer than the front half, so I might need to break down and use a fan for better heat distribution. I exclusively burn red oak that's been seasoned at least three years. After 8 hours the stove is still way too hot to touch and there are about four gallons of hot coals in the firebox. After 12 hours there's only about one gallon of hot coals left, which can easily get the fire going again. If you're gone much more than 12 hours you're going to have to pretty much start from scratch. Overall I'm really happy with the stove. It is cheap, easy to use, and made in the USA. It takes a few extra minutes to get a fire going, but I tend to keep it running 24x7 so I rarely need to start a fire from scratch. I love the huge firebox. When I need to be away from the wood stove I get a coal bed going and then load four splits east-west and then four splits on top of that north-south. I can repeat that every 8 hours, or can go up to 12 hours if necessary.
Date published: 2016-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It puts out so much heat I don’t use the blower that came with it. I replaced an older smaller w... It puts out so much heat I don’t use the blower that came with it. I replaced an older smaller wood stove with this Englander. It’s in my basement and it heats the basement and my first level by just leaving the basement door open. The new design with the tubes and fiberboard in the firebox keeps more in heat in the stove instead of going up the chimney. It has a huge firebox which keeps putting out heat for 10 hours and more and is still warm after 12 hours. The old stove got cold after 6 or 7 hours. It puts out so much heat I don’t use the blower that came with it. The fire brick that came with this stove are thick and heavy, not the ones that are mostly air and break easily. I'm thoroughly impressed and very happy. So, the price is the best I could find anywhere; it meets the EPA standards for reducing pollution; and is built like a tank. I couldn’t be happier.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I LOVE this stove, it is high quality, has a huge fire box and gorgeous! BUT... It was a bit of a... I LOVE this stove, it is high quality, has a huge fire box and gorgeous! BUT... It was a bit of a beast to put in, I wish there was a little more support on the home depot website, like suggested install pieces for ensuring that you have everything. I bought everything I thought I needed and then had two contractor friends over to put it in and it turned into a big pain and a multiday project.. You must purchase a stove collar adapter that goes between the top of the stove collar and the duravent chimney (THE 6" double wall WILL NOT mount directly onto the stove top)... I used double wall all the way up the chimney and then triple wall through the ceiling penetration. The section that goes through the ceiling also was not all the pieces that we needed to get the job done.. So do your research and make sure you get everything before attempting install. Then pour a cocktail and enjoy your fire! It took about a solid day of burning with mild winter temps outside and some aggressive ventilation to get the stove pain to off gas. The room circulating fan that mounts on the back is also a bit loud and obnoxious but it really circulates the air. Enjoy!
Date published: 2017-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 1st year burning...and I love this stove I am heating a 2000 sqft with cathedral ceilings in upstate NY. 1st..you need dry wood to fire the secondaries well and get a good burn.  I mean really dry...stacked and split for over a year or two dry.  This is true for ALL EPA stoves...not just this one. 2nd..let it burn in the load for a while till the load is nice and warm and top of stove is approx 400F. Then cut the air way down....and you will see the secondary flames fire up. This stove is a beast.  I  using it for my primary heat source in the dead of winter.  I lead it full before bed.  Plenty of coals in the or in at 6am.  Load it again.  My wife loads it at 1-2pm...and them me before bed again.  If it is really cold...maybe 4 full loads per day.
Date published: 2016-08-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overview of stove use & reviews below First off, realize that this is a low-priced big stove. That means it will not be perfect, but if you need a constant large heat output at a low price, no stove will beat this one. It is rated by EPA as very clean burning, meaning it is efficient. But you will need to keep the fire larger & hot to hit that mark. If you will be burning occasionally to take the chill off, or small fires, or burning unseasoned wood, this is prob not the stove for you. This stove should be used like a furnace: once warmed up, keep the stove/chimney warm, fire/coals going all winter. Note how several reviews below mention the stove is difficult to start when cold. Several reasons for that. Someone mentioned the firebrick was heavy & "not the ones that are mostly air." Lightweight firebrick is designed to INSULATE the fire so efficient operating temperature is reached very quickly. The heavy firebrick used in lower priced stoves is designed to ABSORB heat and reflect it back at the fire, so it needs time to WARM UP. 1)- In a cold stove, build a couple small HOT fires with kindling & smalls to warm both the firebrick & the chimney. Use a liquid fire-start to get hot from get-go. Open a window. If you want to burn occasionally, allowing the stove to cool between fires or want to burn smaller fires, replace the side firebricks with the lightweight "pumas" type and keep an inch of ash on the bottom. 2)- This stove does not have an air-boost system. So keep the door open a bit until fire is going well enough to sustain the secondaries. (Don't leave the room!) This is also the reason why lots of coals are generated when draft is mostly closed for long burn times. There is no system to get air from the front/center along the bottom of the stove. Lots of coals also indicate that the draft was closed too much. Many folks assume that long burn times R the goal, but that usually DEFEATS the purpose of efficient burning. A smoldering fire is wasting wood-as-smoke-going-up-the-chimney and will result in excessive coals. Someone was complaining about smoke escaping even if U open the door very slowly. That's not the stove's fault; it's usually a drafting issue. Is your chimney clean? Is it properly sized for the stove? Did you make a couple small hot fires to first warm chimney to create good drafting? Why R U opening the door while the fire is burning? Learn how to build a fire with larger pieces at rear and smaller towards the front so the door will not need to be opened until the load is reduced to coals. Use liquid fire-start to get a hot fire quickly in a cold stove. Drafting issues are common in newer well-sealed houses.Turn off dryer and bath fans. Crack a window. Install a fresh air supply. Negative air pressure pulling air down the chimney can also occur in poorly insulated homes. Heat rises, and with large volumes of heat moving up through the floors ceiling and walls, air can be pulled down the chimney. The key in both sealed or leaky homes is to focus on getting and keeping that chimney warm. If U have a masonry chimney, it can take several hours of hot burning before the chimney is sufficiently warm. Reline a masonry chimney with stainless steel for safety & efficiency. Outside chimneys should be enclosed in an insulated chase, esp in colder areas. If you don't want to spend a bunch of $$$ on chimney updates, then realize that your chimney also needs "feeding," so run the stove hotter. Realize that a stove is only one half of the equation. Successful wood burning requires a proper and happy chimney as well as a firebox.
Date published: 2017-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This stove is as advertised. It's a good, simple, heavy built American product that puts out a lo... This stove is as advertised. It's a good, simple, heavy built American product that puts out a lot of heat. It also doesn't use a lot of wood. Be advised: The manual says to only use black stove pipe as the galvanized could give off fumes. Under some conditions it will make a good bit of charcoal. It can be burned up by raking them towards the front and laying one stick of wood crosswise on top of these coals and opening the air wide open. This will make a lot of heat and burn the charcoal to ash. I'm very happy with this stove!
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great stove, great quality and great look. I purchased a smaller Englander model for my cabin 1... Great stove, great quality and great look. I purchased a smaller Englander model for my cabin 14 years ago and love it. After speaking with the Englander Representative, I deided on the 2400 sq. ft model for my home. Englander answered the call, no answering machine involved. The Representative was helpful, knowledgeable and very freindly. I would highly recommend their products. I have attached a photo of my new stove in action (attached above).
Date published: 2016-11-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Bought this wood stove because of it's price compared to other brands with similar looks and feat... Bought this wood stove because of it's price compared to other brands with similar looks and features. Having difficulty getting the fire started without opening the door which lets smoke into the room. Once started, burns well.
Date published: 2016-12-07
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