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    US Stove 2000 sq. ft. King 89,000 BTU EPA Certified Wood Stove with Blower

    Model # 2016EB|Store SKU # 1001058629

    Overview
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    Overview

    Model # 2016EB Store SKU # 1001058629

    The 2016EB is a free standing, EPA Certified, wood heater that provides both an economical and attractive means of reducing heating costs by offering excellent heating by both a conventional and radiant means. It's constructed in heavy-gauge plate steel for durability and years of high performance. Tested and certified to U.L. 1482 by Warnock Hersey International for greater peace of mind and safety assurance. A quiet, efficient, 100 cu. ft. per minute blower, is included with the purchase of this stove. This handsome pedestal unit blends nicely with a variety of room settings and brings a heartwarming glow to any decor.

    1. Installation materials are not included (That is floor protector, chimney connector, thimble, radiation shield, flue)
    1. Colour: metallic black
    1. Generous ceramic air wash glass viewing area through the sturdy cast iron feed door
    1. Convenient ash drawer located in the pedestal for easy ash removal
    1. Firebrick lined for long life and combustion efficiency
    1. Cool-to-the-touch coil handle

    Specifications

    Dimensions

    Assembled Depth (in inches)
    26.40
    Assembled Height (in inches)
    30.25
    Assembled Weight (in lbs)
    275
    Assembled Width (in inches)
    27
    Packaged Depth (in inches)
    25.5
    Packaged Height (in inches)
    34.25
    Packaged Weight (In lbs)
    315
    Packaged Width (in inches)
    30.25

    Details

    Colour
    Black
    Country of Origin
    CN-China
    Heat Source
    Wood
    Space Heating Capacity
    1000 or more
    Style
    Traditional
    Type
    Free Standing
    Vent
    Direct Vent

    Warranty / Certifications

    3 years Firebox, Flue Collar and Door_x000D_ 1 year remainder
    2000 sq. ft. King 89,000 BTU EPA Certified Wood Stove with BlowerPhoto of productThe 2016EB is a free standing, EPA Certified, wood heater that provides both an economical and attractive means of reducing heating costs by offering excellent heating by both a conventional and radiant means. It's constructed in heavy-gauge plate steel for durability and years of high performance. Tested and certified to U.L. 1482 by Warnock Hersey International for greater peace of mind and safety assurance. A quiet, efficient, 100 cu. ft. per minute blower, is included with the purchase of this stove. This handsome pedestal unit blends nicely with a variety of room settings and brings a heartwarming glow to any decor.
    US Stove
    1001058629
    CAD1397
    The Home Depot Canada
    2000 sq. ft. King 89,000 BTU EPA Certified Wood Stove with Blower is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 6.
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    Rated 2 out of 5 by from My home is only 1200 square feet and the stove... My home is only 1200 square feet and the stove is 2000 sq and it doesn’t heat up my home and it advertised with a spring type handle but came with a wooden handle also smoke is everywhere in the house and my smoke alarms go off
    Date published: 2018-12-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from works fine, i do wish they would have a different... works fine, i do wish they would have a different latch set-up, actually broke the bolt the holds the retainer, no big deal, but it could be a sturdier set up
    Date published: 2018-12-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from VERY NICE VERY NICE
    Date published: 2017-12-12
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Blaze king Worst investment ever. It temps in environment stay above 20 degrees you might be ok but otherwise plan on paying for heating 2X. 1X for the wood and 1X for whatever the other heating source you have. I hope you have another heat source otherwise you may freeze!
    Date published: 2016-12-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I bought an Englander wood stove from Home Depot 18 years ago and have been using it as the sole ... I bought an Englander wood stove from Home Depot 18 years ago and have been using it as the sole heat source for my 1000 sq. ft., zone 4, country house ever since. Recently I completed a new, 2000 sq. ft. house nearby and bought a new wood stove to use as an auxiliary heat source. The new stove is an EPA approved US Stove King 89,000 BTU with blower, from Home Depot. The new house has an oil fired boiler and radiant floor heat. EPA approved wood stoves are a different animal than the typical old style. You can’t load these full of wood, get them going good and then damper down the air intake. On these stoves you can’t adjust the air intake at all. Don’t get me wrong- I love this stove- it makes a beautiful fire to look at through the glass because of its “air wash system” and if you dim down the lights at night, yellow light flickers off your walls. It throws out a huge amount of heat if you get 3- 21” split log chunks going good. This is not a fill and forget it wood stove. For best results after the fire is going I put in one 18-21” split piece of 2 or 3 year old dried wood every hour and leave my home thermostat at 60 degrees. The downstairs stays at about 70 degrees with an outside temp of 30-40 degrees and the upstairs stays cooler at about 65. The boiler only comes on late at night after I have gone to bed or leave the house and the fire has died down. I have a big masonry wall and chimney behind the stove, which holds heat through the night. The stove sits on a cement radiant floor heat slab. I do not use the internal wood stove blower but it works fine and isn’t as noisy as the old one. Instead I have a 20” x 20” filtered air intake above the wood stove that feeds 6” duct-work and in-line fan. Air continuously cycles past the wood stove and is distributed to my downstairs living room and bedroom through this duct-work in my kitchen soffits. I also have a 4” outside air intake feed at the base of the stove for a fresh air source to fuel the fire. You don’t have to have a fancy air distribution system but I do recommend at least a ceiling fan nearby - otherwise it will get to hot near the stove. I also at times have to use an extra piece of 2’x2’ piece of tin ceiling to reflect the heat away from the table I sit at nearby. With a ceiling fan that probably wouldn’t be necessary. I plan on installing one in the near future. After your house has warmed up you need to be very cautious about overloading these types of stove because you can not shut them down unless you use water. I do not like the idea of a flue damper- nor have I ever used one. Maybe someone else can address that idea. Two negatives; the stove black paint pealed off a portion of the top when I first fired it up- must be the stove wasn’t completely clean when they painted it. The other negative is the door handle is very wonky compared to my old stove. It is too short and you have to engage it just right to latch. I have gotten use to it but at first I was burning my hand a times trying to close it. I think they made this handle intentionally wonky so you have to pay attention to how you close the door and don’t just slam it shut and maybe break the glass against a log. I do not burn my hand anymore and I get it. The steel is of a little lighter gauge than old style stoves. In final I want to say these new EPA approved wood stoves make for a healthier environment inside your home and out compared to old models. Add your seasoned dry wood thoughtfully to this stove and you will have a beautiful warm fire that will give you peace.
    Date published: 2016-12-10
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from I would call this more of a free-standing fireplace than a wood stove. The window is nice and it ... I would call this more of a free-standing fireplace than a wood stove. The window is nice and it is built solid, however it lacks a very important feature if you intend for this to be a primary heating source for your home: damper control. You can not change the amount of air entering the stove so it is always "wide-open." This means you cannot damper it down for overnight slow burning. I grew up with a wood stove and properly dampered, you could burn all night and still have coals to stoke a fire in the morning. No matter how much wood you put into it, this stove burns through the wood and coals in just a few hours, requiring a backup heat source over night. The installed heat exchanger thing above the firebox is also annoying as it is very low (just above the window) and makes for a cramped burn chamber. If you have a good primary heat source and want something pretty to burn wood with, this is good. But if this will be your primary heat source, I recommend getting a different wood stove with the ability to regulate intake air.
    Date published: 2016-11-20
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