Collection: Stoves

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Premium stove furnace collection for you at The Great Fire Company. Choose from a wide selection of high-quality, and efficient furnaces to make sure your home gets the warmth and efficiency it deserves.

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Overview of Stove Furnaces

Stove furnaces are freestanding heating appliances like fireplaces that burn wood, gas, pellets or other fuel to generate warmth. These furnaces are a great option for supplemental or primary heating in homes, cabins, garages, and more. Moreover, stove furnaces come in a variety of sizes, styles and fuel types to suit different needs and preferences. Many models feature large viewing windows to showcase the beautiful flames inside. Also, they can greatly help reduce your energy bills while providing a cozy ambiance.

Stove Furnace Product Types

We understand the unique needs of every household. Hence, our experts sat togther and brought together a collection of just the right stove furnaces. The types include:

Wood Stoves

Wood stoves burn firewood to produce heat. They have a classic, rustic look and can be an economical choice if you have access to affordable or free firewood. However, wood stoves require a bit of effort to operate, as you need to regularly load wood and remove ashes. Regardless, many people enjoy the ritual of building and tending a fire. You can also choose between catalytic and non-catalytic models. Catalytic stoves are more efficient hence require more maintenance.

Gas Stoves

Gas stoves use natural gas or propane as fuel. They provide on-demand heat with the flip of a switch or remote control. On top of it, they are very convenient and easy to use. There's no wood to haul or ashes to clean up. Many gas stoves can operate during power outages as well. You also get realistic log sets and dancing flames for a wood fire look with a gas stove. They are available in direct vent, natural vent, and vent-free configurations to fit different installation needs. You can also choose gas logs to go along with your stove.

Pellet Stoves

Pellet stoves burn small wood pellets that are poured into a hopper. A mechanical auger feeds the pellets into the burn pot to produce steady heat. These stoves are environmentally friendly, as the pellets are made from recycled sawdust and wood waste. They are easy to operate but do require electricity to run the auger, fans and controls. Keep in mind, pellet stoves need to be cleaned regularly to remove ash and clinkers. Also, the hoppers need to be refilled every few days.

How to Choose a Stove Furnace

Having difficulty choosing the right stove furnace for your home? To select the best stove furnace for your needs, consider the following factors:

Heating area - Make sure the stove is appropriately sized for the space you want to heat. A stove that is too small won't provide enough warmth, while an oversized unit will waste fuel.

Fuel type - Choose between wood, gas and pellet models based on fuel availability, cost and your preferences. For example, if you have a gas line in your home, a gas stove may be the most convenient option.

Venting - Gas stoves can be direct vent, natural vent or vent-free. Wood and pellet stoves always require an exhaust vent. Make sure you have the proper setup for the model you choose.

Location - Pick a spot for your stove furnace that meets clearance requirements and is close to fuel storage. Avoid placing furniture and decor too close to the stove for safety.

Style - Select a stove furnace that complements your home's decor. We carry traditional, contemporary and modern designs in various finishes like black, bronze and nickel.

On the contrary, if you are looking for something different, purchase a fireplace insert.

If you're looking for an efficient way to heat your home, a stove furnace is an excellent choice. Browse our collection to find the perfect model for your needs and style. Let us help you create a warm and inviting atmosphere in any room. Order your new stove furnace from The Great Fire Company today!


Q: What are the different types of stove furnaces?

Ans: The main types of stove furnaces are wood stoves, gas stoves, and pellet stoves. Wood stoves burn firewood, gas stoves use natural gas or propane, and pellet stoves burn small wood pellets fed from a hopper.

Q: How do furnaces work?

Ans: Furnaces work by igniting fuel in the combustion chamber, heating the air in the heat exchanger, and using a blower motor to circulate the warm air through ducts into your home. The air cycles back to the furnace for reheating until the desired temperature is reached.

Q: How much wood does an outdoor wood furnace use per season?

Ans: An average-sized home typically uses 6-10 cords of wood per heating season with an outdoor wood furnace. The exact amount varies depending on the specific furnace model.

Q: What are common problems with oil furnaces?

Ans: Common issues with oil furnaces include smoke from incorrect burner adjustment, high fuel consumption due to inefficiencies, no flames from clogged nozzles, sudden shutoffs from low fuel or dirty filters, strange noises indicating worn parts, and odd smells that require cleaning.

Q: What is the most efficient way to burn fuel in a stove furnace?

Ans: For hand-fired coal stoves, a high simmer burn provides the best efficiency, evident when there is the greatest difference between the hot air output temperature and the lower stack temperature. Even if not maximally efficient, coal is still cost-effective compared to other fuel types.

Q: How long do outdoor wood furnaces last?

Ans: With proper care and maintenance, outdoor wood furnaces can last 30 or more years. Many come with lengthy warranties, such as a 20-year limited warranty.

Q: Can stove furnaces heat an entire house?

Ans: Yes, stove furnaces can heat an entire house, depending on the size of the furnace and the home's square footage. It's essential to choose a furnace with the appropriate heating capacity for your space.

Q: Are stove furnaces environmentally friendly?

Ans: Some stove furnaces, like pellet stoves, are considered environmentally friendly because they burn recycled wood waste. High-efficiency models with low emissions are also available for wood and gas stoves.

Q: How often should I clean my stove furnace?

Ans: The frequency of cleaning your stove furnace depends on the type and usage. Generally, wood and pellet stoves require more frequent cleaning (every few weeks) to remove ash and debris, while gas stoves may only need annual maintenance.

Q: Can I install a stove furnace myself?

Ans: It is recommended to have a professional install your stove furnace to ensure proper venting, clearances, and adherence to local building codes. Improper installation can lead to safety hazards and decreased efficiency.