Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 11
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MattH Great Investment
Purchased this stove to heat my home and wanted the features of an original cast iron stove. Expect to lose power often throughout the winter months, an this stove will allow us heat and ability to cook food and boil water as needed. The stove came put together minus the legs and top damper (easy to bolt on). Be sure to pre-cook it outside before installation to remove the furnace cement and paint fumes (one fire will do). NOTE: The cost of the stove pipe/chimney piping far exceeds the stove, so be aware to save up (Home Depot has best prices for those too).
October 23, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 Nice Stove
For the size of the stove and the cost , it is a great deal, i put the stove in this weekend ,it was 10 outside ,it keeped our 1000 square foot home in the 80, we had to open windows , it has our vote. it did have a smell at first , but soon went away.
February 22, 2011
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Dissapointed First fire cracked stove
I purchased this stove to heat my shop. I started the first fire in there with a firestarter and kindling as I always do. I added a couple pieces of seasoned wood, shut door and walked outside. Within 5 minutes I heard a BOOM!! Went back inside to find my brand new stove had cracked all the way around on one side and about a 3" crack in the bottom. Defect?? Don't know but I was afraid to try another one. Returned it and got my money back
January 1, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Studly Looking To Upgrade
I have used this stove 2 winters and it has performed satisfactory. I have burned wood many years and it gets cold in middle Tennessee. Here are the pros.1) It's affordable, I needed an economical stove (299.00) closeout paid for mine.2) Fires start easy.3) Large firebox, can get wood 25 inches long into stove.4) Gets hot quick and radiates a lot of heat. The cons: 1) Stove is not airtight.2) It is a wood-eater --- burned more wood in last 2 yrs. to last 4 yrs. with a better stove.3) If you do not use a damper in the stove pipe, you can't control it like need be.4) Made in China, quality isn't there. Flue collar on stove now has small crack. 5) Comes with no firebrick. Final thought: This stove heated my 880 sq. ft. home last 2 winters well but you have to load it 3-4 hrs.It got us by in a pinch. I am going to Home Depot soon and buy an Englander stove as this will meet or exceed my needs. Never had a negative or bad experience at Home Depot.
August 21, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cadaver The logwood
I personally use my logwood stove in my garage every day of any given winter. It performes as it was designed to. I have owned my stove for about since 1998 or so. I simply load it down with a good hardwood and it will still have good hot ashes in the next morning . Then all I do is put in another log and back to my warm garage it is. I do not use my garage for any man cave or anything like that but simply to make everyday repairs as they come around and I will always have a nice warm garage to work in. OH else I need to say is my garage is not insulated or anything like that. Just think if it was I could stay up all night and not get cold. This stove is rated Tops in my opinion. I do not have anyone telling me what to say just simply me stating this unit is very worthy. Thank you makers of the logwood. You have a very good winner in my books. Dan P In missouri.
February 3, 2011
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Noreaster The stove was appealing due to price and had somewhat good reviews.
I was exicited to recieve my stove, but when we opened the crate, the stove had wide cracks in every seam. We did not buy this stove to repair it, so we sent it back to our local store. I cannot believe that they shipped this stove to us, it was really unacceptable.
November 6, 2012
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by MrFab Definitely NOT made in America
I made the erroneous assumption that because it came from a company that goes by the name of United States Stove Company, it MUST be made in America. Boy was I wrong. When I received the crate it came in, I noticed that "Made in China" was stamped all over it. When I uncrated the stove several of the parts were also stamped with "Made in China". I try to purchase only things made in America and I thought I was doing so when I bought this.
I haven't installed it yet as I am still considering returning it and looking for another stove that actually IS made in the good ol' USA.
January 8, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by mtgv Leaks at every seam
Leaks at every seam. Need to caulk over every joint. Says U.S. Stove. But made in China. Good customer service from manufacturer other wise would have recieved a single star
October 18, 2012