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Pleasant Hearth

Model # LWS-130291

Internet # 203883468

2,200 sq. ft. EPA Certified Wood-Burning Stove with Blower, Large

$998.00 /each

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Product Overview

This non-catalytic Pleasant Hearth wood burning stove provides efficient and effective indoor zone heating with an 85% EPA certified efficiency rating and a 3.6 g/hr of emissions rating. Perfect for any space in the home up to 2.200 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 systemand front-loading solid cast iron door with large ceramic glass viewing area.

  • Heats up to 2,200 sq. ft.
  • Includes variable speed blower with 6 ft. cord
  • Heating capacity up to 77,000 BTUs/hr with seasonal cord wood
  • Burns up to 8 to 10 hours in 1 fueling
  • Log capacity 20 in.
  • Fits 6 in. stove pipe
  • A sliding draft control
  • EPA certified, omni tested, Washington state approved
  • A non-catalytic wood-burning stove
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  • Warranty 5-years limited
  • Assembled dimensions: 30.875 in. H x 31 in. L x 27 in. W, weight 324 lb.
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.) 
31 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
30.875 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
27 in 
Firebox depth (in.) 
16.75 
Firebox height (in.) 
11.875 
Firebox width (in.) 
21 
Product Depth (in.) 
31 
Product Height (in.) 
30.875 
Product Width (in.) 
27 

Details

Area Heated (Sq. Ft.) 
2200 
Assembly Required 
Yes 
Features 
Rear heat shield 
Material 
Steel 
Mount type 
Freestanding 
Product Weight (lb.) 
324.0 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Vented or Vent-Free 
Vented 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed,EPA Approved 
Manufacturer Warranty 
5 Year Limited Warranty 

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2,200 sq. ft. EPA Certified Wood-Burning Stove with Blower, Large
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How many cfm is the blower ?

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Franlin Tennessee
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October 23, 2014
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Believe me, the blower will blow more air than you will ever need. You will never run it on high. Heck I can't even turn mine on as it would drive me out of the 3000 sq ft log home.
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October 7, 2014
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For Blower Model # PBAR-2427
.... this unit will push just under 129 (128.84) cubic feet per minute (CFM).
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January 23, 2014
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I have no idea off the top of my head, the spec sheet will give that to you. I installed the stove into my fireplace. Had to remove the legs to get it into the opening. The heat is enough without the blower. I do use it sometimes, it is hard to get to by hand because the knob is in the rear. If I had the stove free standing I probably would never use it at all. You will need the stainless steel chimney Read More
I have no idea off the top of my head, the spec sheet will give that to you. I installed the stove into my fireplace. Had to remove the legs to get it into the opening. The heat is enough without the blower. I do use it sometimes, it is hard to get to by hand because the knob is in the rear. If I had the stove free standing I probably would never use it at all. You will need the stainless steel chimney liner... something no one ever tells you. Home depot does not sell them.
This is a very good stove...
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January 16, 2014
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80 CFM which is designed to provide the most powerful and quiet performance available.
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How far away does it have to be from a back wall with stone on it?

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May 4, 2016
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If installed straight this model requires 16'' in clearance. If installed at an angle it requires 19'' clearance to the back wall.
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May 4, 2016
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I would still maintain the 18" required spacing. Everything around the stove will heat up as the stove temperature increases. Safety first.
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May 4, 2016
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Hello,
This unit needs to be 19" away from the back wall.-GHP Group Customer Service Team
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Does it come with ash dispenser tray under the leg assembly?

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January 20, 2015
I did not see this information, if you need to sweep the ashes out or there is a tray underneath that as wood burns through a grill or an opening ashes fall into the tray
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April 23, 2015
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There is a tray underneath. Lift up the firebrick that has the ring in it and there is a hole there.
I find it easier just to shovel them out the old fashioned way.
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April 4, 2015
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There is a drawer underneath, and a fire brick inside with an eye-bolt through it. You can lift that brick up and sweep the ashes down into the drawer, and then pull the drawer out when it is full to empty the ash.
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January 20, 2015
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Hey there,
It does come with an ash drawer underneath the firebox. If you need additional information, feel free to give us a call at 877-477-4768. Thank you.
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does this stove have provisons for outside air inake for combstion ?

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No there is no need for outside air intake.
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January 13, 2015
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Yes, but only at the top front, such that there is no draft coming up through the ash bed. Thus it will take a while for the air in the chamber to get hot enough to create a draft.
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January 13, 2015
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Hey there,
This unit has strict ventilation requirements in order to provide ample draft and airflow. If you need additional information, feel free to give us a call at 877-447-4768. Thank you.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 31 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Stove I purchased this stove in July, 2015, and had to wait until December to begin use and write a review. I have owned several stoves in Illinois and Michigan over the past 20 years. Since relocating to Texas, I thought the benefits of a stove would be minimal. This "winter" is proving the error if my assumptions. The house is a remolded farm house with 2,800 sq. ft. Everything is on one level, but broken up into many rooms and corners. The stove is located at one end of the house in a 30' x 25' room. The stove heats that room to about 85 degrees in less than 30 minutes. The heat moves through the living room and dining room and heats 2/3 of the house to about 75 degrees in about 2 hours. This temperature is maintained throughout the day with outside temps in the 35 degree range. The firebox is sufficient to allow for a good burn for about 3 hours before adding additional wood. You can bank the fire at night, fill the box and have it burn all night, (about 6:00 AM). Just add more wood and the heat continues. The directions were easy to follow and the instillation went smoothly with 2 people. Since this is a Texas house, there was no existing fireplace. I went up 10 feet from the roof, about 2 feet above the peak. This created an excellent draw in the firebox and makes starting the fire very easy. I look forward to seeing a reduction in the heating bill, since I cut the wood myself. I am retiring at the end of 2016 and will be spending more time at home. The wood stove allows me to keep warm, during the hours, I use to be at the office, without paying additional heating expenses. This unit is an excellent value for the moderate climate. This is not a super heavy cast iron unit, (like those necessary in Michigan), but a well built steel unit that can provide heat for 6 -8 hours with minimal attention. January 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great stove Really love this wood stove, we've been using it daily for a few weeks now and it does a great job of heating up our 2300 sq' house. As another review noted the blower does not move that much heat away from the stove, but it does work well enough. The glass front is huge so you can see the whole fire, really looks beautiful! April 4, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Stove at a Great Price! Well built stove, large firebox holds a lot of wood for a long burn. Blower does a good job of moving the heat around. December 10, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product; Not so Good Service I purchased this stove in Sept. from the H.D. website; and was not happy to find out that the freight service that H.D. contracts out to was planning to drop this 324-lb. $900 purchase off at my curb. The distance from my house to my curb is over 100 yards; I'm a middle-aged woman and don't own a pick-up truck. So I had to have the freight company deliver it to my local H.D. store, instead of my home. The H.D. said that they'd deliver it up my driveway closer to my house - for an extra $60 dollars! So I had to pay an extra $60 to have the stove dropped off by the house instead of the curb. Now I was faced with the dilemma of how to get it into the house. My woodstove sat outside for several days; finally I ended up hiring a moving company to bring it into my house. This cost me another $200. Then I had to hire a chimney guy to bring out the chimney pipe and connect my stove to the chimney...another $65. I am really happy with my stove, which heats up a nice, large area in my home, and the stars are for the stove itself, but am extremely upset that H.D. didn't have a better delivery and installation plan for a wood stove purchased from their website, and didn't make this clear at the time of purchase either. February 5, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Must relearn how to get draw going My old stove was not EPA-compliant, and there was a County incentive for having it hauled away and destroyed. This EPA-certified model was available for a good price, and had decent user ratings. My old stove had a cast iron perforated plate in the center of the bottom that made for a strong draft through the ash bed. Under that plate was the ash drawer. This new stove has no way to provide draft from the bottom. I was surprised to see that the chamber filled with white smoke when I started up the kindling. The directions call for leaving the door cracked until the chamber heats up enough to create a draft. I found that this requires much longer to get a fire going. In other words, you have to remain at the stove for a much longer time than for stoves that draft from the bottom. Once the chamber gets hot enough the draft is OK. With my old stove, when I opened the draft control to maximum and cracked the ash drawer open, the very strong draft was enough to reduce all coals to fine ash. With this EPA-certified stove, there are big chunks of charcoal remaining when the fire finally burns out. I like the blower, as I think that it increases the efficiency by distributing the warm air. I plan to learn if EPA requires that stoves not have a bottom source of draft. January 13, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Stove Great Heat, it heats up my 2300 sq ft shop in no time, with the blower is a Must !!! October 8, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Actually a pretty good stove. "If" you add a damper to your stove pipe Pretty good stove. The fan actually works with little noise. The stove doesn't like soft or inferior wood as it requires a hot bed of hard coals. I have free wood on my farm and tend to burn anything and everything. My Ashley wasn't at all particular about the wood I burned but this one is. I suspect it has something to do with the air flow. You do need to have the door open a little to start up and then just barely let the door latch catch instead of pushing it down hard till it gets burning real good. Starting these things burning puts a lot of people off. Buy a box of cheap fire logs and chop off a two or three inch piece for kindling. I drilled a hole in the side and stuck in a piece of pipe and start mine with propane (been doing this for more than 15 years with Ashley's, Franklin's etc) The built in damper works pretty good but not good enough. A second damper allows you total control (they're only $8). All wood stoves are a compromise and a challenge for overnight heat. For this one I overheat a little before bedtime building up a good bed of coals then load it up solid with good wood, choke the dampers (experiment, experiment, experiment) and it will last 6+ hours.On real cold nights burn a little hotter and plan on getting up at least once to re-fuel. If I have a little greenish wood in my pile I throw some in at night. It slows the fire down and makes good coals. The ash system is useless. Get a $25 fireplace set and a metal bucket and shovel under and around to get ashes out while its burning. The little plug seems useless to me since you have to have a cool stove to use it Use your fireplace set poker to poke the wood to keep it settled down on the coals. I keep an empty cat food can on my stove and pour scented oils in it. I also removed the leveling legs and replaced them with wheels so I can swivel the stove around to face where we're gathered. December 6, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Time will tell Have not used it yet. Before placing order I called HomeDepot to get the thickness of steel side wall plate. They put me on hold and called the manufacturer. I was told it was 1/4" (.250) but it is more like 3/16. That had been a deciding point for my choice. It may not be as durable as I originally thought. October 13, 2015
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