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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
$719.00 /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
  • 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
  • Made in USA
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Do you have to use an outside air supply?

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Of course you do. If you are using house air, you are creating a vacuum on the house, which is in turn drawing cold outdoor air into the house that needs to be heated. Likewise, if the fire is burned out, and the chimney cools down, it will become a source of cold air for the house, and any embers are still burning, that air coming in will push carbon monoxide into the house, setting off the CO detectors Read More
Of course you do. If you are using house air, you are creating a vacuum on the house, which is in turn drawing cold outdoor air into the house that needs to be heated. Likewise, if the fire is burned out, and the chimney cools down, it will become a source of cold air for the house, and any embers are still burning, that air coming in will push carbon monoxide into the house, setting off the CO detectors when the babysitter is home alone with the kids. Obviously, that was experience...
The only logical choice is to connect a source of outside air to fuel the stove, connected to the intake of the stove. Read Less
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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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Can you cook something on top of the stove?

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No I could never get mine hot enough for cooking. If I really overloaded the fire box it gets so hot that it cooks you right out of the room so you can't stand there. Strangely I could not get water to boil for cooking on it.
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Yes, actually you can. It will boil water and with a cast iron skillet a hot stove will cook if you need it.
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No, you can not cook something on top of the stove.
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This works to heat a 2400 sq home even without attaching to duct work?

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Yes, they create a huge amount of heat in one area, then you have to get creative to move the heat around. they come with a fan that blows from the back of the stove but there's many, many other ways
to move heat around. While they do not connect to your existing ducting, they do have to be ducted
out of your home. some times your forced air system might "circulate" the air by just running the fan.
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I've owned this a few years , technically it is supposed to but it does not for me. No do not attach to ductwork. Manual says it heats up to 2400 square feet. This was not my actual experience however. I'm very disappointed to say the least. Mine smokes a lot despite a professional installation, double wall pipe inside and triple wall stainless steel through the roof.. the door has a poor latching Read More
I've owned this a few years , technically it is supposed to but it does not for me. No do not attach to ductwork. Manual says it heats up to 2400 square feet. This was not my actual experience however. I'm very disappointed to say the least. Mine smokes a lot despite a professional installation, double wall pipe inside and triple wall stainless steel through the roof.. the door has a poor latching mechanism, takes forever to heat up, poor damper mechanism (does not work), and has to be babysat or the fire goes out. When fully fired, it goes through wood a whole wheel barrow in a few hours and is not efficient. I'm baffled how it has a majority of positive reviews. I cant wait to sell mine asap !!! Read Less
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 176 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Stove came as it should with all parts and pieces. I chose this stove because of the large fire box and good reviews I read online. I heat my 1200 sq foot unfinished basement, and up stairs (same sized but finished of course) with ease so far. I got this stove about a month ago (September) now it's almost November. Here in north east WI it's only 30 ish to 50ish degrees between night and day.. This stove really cranks out some major heat and has a great fire viewing window. I have had several wood stoves in the past and currently have a quadra fire isle royal in my living room for the bitter cold nights. My only complaint on this stove is that the hot coal or ember build up is quite substantial. If I load up at say 8pm the stove will be good all night with out reloading which is great, but in the morning I will have 3 plus inches of red hot coals that did not fully burn down. Some of you might think this is a good problem to have but it seems like there is not enough air flow to feed coal embers. This stove likes high heat it seems like, I'm talking like around 600 degrees to really run good. After 36 hours of burning there is about 3 gallons of ash/coal or unburt fuel that I can take out. It just seems like it could use some more air control to burn off hot coals before more wood is addded. It's a well built unit but could use a little work on the ash clean out and air control. October 25, 2016
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 4.0 out of 5.0 by we are pleased with the woodstove We picked the stove up from the store and the customer service people were great. the stove gave options of using the pedestal or the legs but when we went to put the legs on the 2 of pedestal bolts could not be removed due to needing a deep socket that would be to big for the space. Also the ash tray would be removed. We left the pedestal on and drilled new holes for the legs on the bottom of the pedestal. Looks great and the ash tray is usable. August 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 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. August 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Well built and huge We haven't had a chance to start a fire yet but I am confident this will more than heat our 1200 sq foot metal house. We have a propane wall heater and while the winters are mild here in Texas, every now and then a cold one will sneak up on us. The additional blower is well made and easy to install. Ours didn't come with legs but after reading on other forums where the legs breaking while trying to stand the stove back up we decided we didn't need them anyway. We had it shipped to the store for free and went and picked it up on our trailer with zero problems. There were 4 firebricks cracked but the company sent me free replacements within 7 days. We removed the door and took the firebricks out to get it in the house. Two strong men and a dolly, took maybe 4 minutes from trailer to house. We will have the stove pipe professionally installed to be on the safe side, this being our first wood stove. We also purchased this for the sale price of 719.00 the last week of July, what a steal. Looking forward for many years of enjoying this stove. It has great reviews all over the Internet. August 8, 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 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
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
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