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Pleasant Hearth 1,800 sq. ft. EPA Certified Wood-Burning Stove with Blower, Medium
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Pleasant Hearth

1,800 sq. ft. EPA Certified Wood-Burning Stove with Blower, Medium

  • Up to 65,000 BTU's/hr heats up to 1,800 sq. ft. Made in the USA.
  • Ash drawer allows for quick & easy cleanup.
  • Includes blower for quiet, yet powerful heat distribution
$757.48 /each

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This non-catalytic Pleasant Hearth wood burning stove provides efficient and effective indoor zone heating with an 82% EPA certified efficiency rating and a 4.4 g/hr of emissions rating. Perfect for any space in the home up to 1,800 sq. ft. with little assembly required. All Pleasant Hearth wood burning stoves feature a brick lined firebox, stainless steel ash lip, chrome spring handles, an air wash system and front-loading solid cast iron door with large ceramic glass viewing area.

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Fresh air intake.

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Does this stove have the fresh air intake?
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December 2, 2015
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not sure if I have the exact same model but the air intake is under the back two corners behind the back legs. if we light the stove and have the door open smoke comes out the intake. this is a poor heating stove probably the main reason is the new EPA regulations. it is hard to keep it burning hot enough to
keep creosote from building up. my buddy bought one a couple years before and his gets hot and
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not sure if I have the exact same model but the air intake is under the back two corners behind the back legs. if we light the stove and have the door open smoke comes out the intake. this is a poor heating stove probably the main reason is the new EPA regulations. it is hard to keep it burning hot enough to
keep creosote from building up. my buddy bought one a couple years before and his gets hot and heats great but the new ones are not good. this is my second one and the first was so much worse. the 1st one had to be removed to clean the creosote out of the top of the stove. this one is hard but it can be done. it I cant figure out how to make it work better it may be on the porch along with the other one.
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June 13, 2014
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No. The intake is above the door on the front of the stove. Air comes from the top front of the stove and drafts down on the inside of the glass.
Pro: This helps to keep the glass clear of soot. Plus the damper handle is easy to reach right in the front.
Con: I have never had a fresh air intake stove or fireplace so cannot make a comparison on any difference in how much warm air is drafted out of the
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No. The intake is above the door on the front of the stove. Air comes from the top front of the stove and drafts down on the inside of the glass.
Pro: This helps to keep the glass clear of soot. Plus the damper handle is easy to reach right in the front.
Con: I have never had a fresh air intake stove or fireplace so cannot make a comparison on any difference in how much warm air is drafted out of the house
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February 9, 2014
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No, it is a stand alone unit and draws air in from the room it is in. It does have an external fan to move heat around though.
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January 29, 2014
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No fresh air intake.
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January 20, 2014
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No, only the small stove has the fresh air intake.
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Can I use Duraflame logs to burn in this stove?

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October 10, 2016
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Hello,
This unit works best with non treated wood.-GHP Group Customer Service Team
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October 9, 2016
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Depends on the Duraflame log you use. Some of the Duraflame logs are UL listed to be used in stoves and other are not. You can do a google search to see if the Duraflame logs you have are approved by Duraflame to use in a wood stove. Remember UL listed means someone else tested the product so you do not need to test it out in your home.
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October 8, 2016
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This Pleasant Hearth 1,800 sq. ft. EPA Certified Wood-Burning Stove is designed to burn natural wood only. You cannot burn Duraflame logs in it,
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We are installing this stove on a non combustable wall with 1/2" DURAROCK & STONE, what should my wall clearance be?

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See page 3 of the installation manual. Durarock is a non-combustible material with an R-value; however at some point it will be in contact with framing materials typically made of wood. The rear clearance from tha back of this stove to a combustible is Back Wall 14” (355.6 mm). If your framing materials are wood you must still maintain that clearance, even if Durarock is in front of the wood. Just Read More
See page 3 of the installation manual. Durarock is a non-combustible material with an R-value; however at some point it will be in contact with framing materials typically made of wood. The rear clearance from tha back of this stove to a combustible is Back Wall 14” (355.6 mm). If your framing materials are wood you must still maintain that clearance, even if Durarock is in front of the wood. Just because a material is not combustible that does not mean it does not conduct heat. Remember that vent pipe also has clearances as well. The single wall pipe by dura-vent (that Home Depot sells) is 18" while the double wall is 6". Read Less
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October 27, 2015
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The unit comes with install instructions. That should be considered minimum. You need to contact your local building commission or possibly your local fire department for any rules or regs. special to your location. If you don't have a manual you can check the manufacturers web site for info. It is very important that you install according to manufacturers specs as well as national and local codes. I Read More
The unit comes with install instructions. That should be considered minimum. You need to contact your local building commission or possibly your local fire department for any rules or regs. special to your location. If you don't have a manual you can check the manufacturers web site for info. It is very important that you install according to manufacturers specs as well as national and local codes. I tell you to check manufacturers specs because different stoves will have different clearance specs depending on how the unit is built. Read Less
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October 16, 2015
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You would still have to follow the clearances that are listed in our manual. These are also air clearances so these won't change.-Customer Service Team
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does it have ash pan

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Yes
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Yes under it there is a fire brick inside you pick and rake your ash down into the pan
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January 13, 2015
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This unit will have a burn pot and an ash lip to hold ashes, you will need to do additional cleaning in order to keep the burn area clean. Thank you.
- GHP Group Customer Service Team
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 45 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by While this wood stove is efficient and holds heat, the product itself is not very good quality. Having to re-order 3 times because the first 2 were damaged with scratched and missing paint, we finally got one that was not in disrepair, HOWEVER, after getting it set up and burning for no more than 3 hours, the paint on the top started to bubble and flake and has now been rubbed off and is pretty unattractive. Very poor quality, but efficient. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Purchased online delivered to Home Depot Bennington Vt Arrived to Home Depot 3 days after ordering. Picked up in Bennington, Vt. Fork truck lifted to Ford F-250. Received in perfect condition. Easily installed the blower onto back and hooked up to new 6" single wall black stove pipe vented exterior via triple wall stainless steel chimney (also purchased at Home Depot). On second primer fire now. 2 Primer fires are needed to cure the paint on stove and black pipes. So far so good. And generates a lot of heat with these primer fires. We have used "Temp-wood" down draft stoves exclusively for past 30 years. Our first ownership of traditional front loader woodstove. I think the poor reviews were meant for the 1200 sf model not this medium size 1800 sf model. I will try to attach a photo of ours with a primer fire burning October 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome Stove Received the stove on time and in good condition. Fired it up the other night and it works great! It is a beautiful addition to our cabin! It is exactly what I wanted. I highly recommend this stove. October 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Value I was skeptical when I took it out of the box. I felt the fire box was a little on the small side, but when damped down it holds a fire quite well. I'm heating 2300 sq. ft. and the far reaches of the home are comfortable. I should note that the house is "earth insulated". That is, it is completely under ground save one east facing wall. Very little heat generated is lost as is with conventionally constructed homes. My only complaint is that it doesn't draw quite enough air when first building a fire. I remedy this by leaving the door cracked slightly open for a few moments and the damper open until the larger wood is fully involved. The manufacturer says a chimney damper is not required but I installed one anyway. I can shut it down with a full box and wake up to enough coals to get it going again without starting from paper and kindling. The blower is adequate if not impressive. Six weeks has saved me about $75 in natural gas, almost 25% of my cost to purchase and install. I should note that I cut my own wood rather than purchase it so my energy savings is probably much more than someone buying their wood. January 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works well installation was easy. i liked the inside stove damper. could take the heat in the large room (24'x24') up to 88 degrees F. April 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Tiny fire box This stove is far from medium size. The fire box cant fit 2 4" diameter logs side by side and if there is anymore than 2 inches of coals good luck putting wood in it without having flaming chunks fall out. Don't count on overnight fire unless you jam as much wood as you possibly can in every Crack and crevis around the wood at 11 at night only then you may still feel some heat at 3:30 am. You need to clean the ash/coals every day or 2 otherwise the build up to much On a positive note the stove is easy to light and easy to control the fire. It does throw some serious heat wide open but eats wood rather quickly that way and you will only get 2 hrs per load. November 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great stove at a greater price I researched wood stoves for quite awhile going to several local stove shops, searching the internet and even craigslist. I found this one on the Home depot website and another home improvement store. The other stores price was lower but home depot matched it and I didn't have to drive farther to the other store. I couldn't find any other comparable USA made stove for under a thousand dollars. I installed it myself with no problems. It seems very well built and weighs over 300 lbs. It has been keeping my 1500 sf house above 70 deg with no problem, it even got up to 80 several times and I had to open up the windows to cool it back down. I stoke it at night then damp it down before bed and when I get up there are still coals to help start it up the next day. My only complaints are the damper is a little sticky and the fan is noisy. The fan isn't really necessary though since the radiant heat seems to warm up the whole house just fine. I added a heat thermometer to make sure I am in the burn zone to reduce creosote and to make sure I don't over-fire it. Also a teapot on top with water to keep moisture levels in the house up. No more high propane bills using the furnace so it should pay for itself in 1 or 2 winters since I can cut my firewood for free. I plan on purchasing an electric splitter at Home Depot later to make that task easier. All in all I am very happy with my purchase, thank you Home Depot! February 9, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Pleasant Hearth Wood Stove We really enjoy our Pleasant Hearth 1800 wood stove. It came damaged because the manufacturer bolts the legs to a pallet which isn't strong enough for transportation. So, the pallet was smashed, the cardboard shipping box was in tatters, the stove legs were bent, and back metalwork was dented. But we were only interested in using it as an insert - so nothing that was damaged mattered. Works great! December 18, 2015
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