Country Performer used freestanding wood stove, Heats up to 2,000 square foot, 6” flue, air washed glass door, built 3-89 Non EPA $795 plus shipping costs and sales tax in California, FOB Nevada City, CA
(photo is slightly different than actual stove which has a raised flue collar section in the top)
Shipping available for approximately $200 to a business address in 48 states.
New Oval Heartland 1902 cookstove w/0 reservoir w-green Williamsburg imprint & fresh air kit & rear heat shield (savage) sale price $3995 (if no buyer by nov. 12th price negotiable down to $2,000 but start high (sells new $4995. Plus accessories) manual and brochure available upon request CLICK HERE TO SEE THIS STOVE ON SALE!
- Warms up to 1,800 square feet - Solid cast iron cooking surface
- 2.4 cubic foot oven. The largest available on any cookstove
- Upper warming cabinet
- Top of front fuel loading
- Large firebox for improved efficiency
- Ash pan on sliding rack
Watch our review of the Whitfield Pellet stove Ignitor Part#12150213 replacement and testing. We offer the Super Ignitor aftermarket version for this and many parts, including the original factory versions.
This is the most commonly replaced part for any pellet stove. It can be found using the search box on our web site www.WoodHeatStoves.com along with owner’s manuals, technical service manuals, educational videos and more. Consult the free parts lists on our web site to determine which one you need to order. All of our parts and information are sorted in categories on the left side of the page for easy access.
You will find these and all parts for Whitfield brand and most other pellet stoves ready to order.
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have so we can help you in your project.
The “real” football season is finally underway! No more pretend pre-season games that don’t count and feature your favorite 2nd and 3rd string players. This is the real thing. As I’m getting ready to watch the Green Bay Packers and the New Orleans Saints in the NFL season opener, I’m thinking this doesn’t feel like football weather. I’m in shorts not sweats, and it’s 85 and sunny not 30 degrees and snowing. That’s football weather. This happens every year, though, the season starts in the summer and ends in the dead of winter. The start of football season always serves as a reminder that winter is not far off and it’s time to get ready.
My football room is a sunroom with a glass ceiling where I can watch the rain and the snow come down, or nervously eye the 70 foot cedars overhead as they bend and sway in the winter winds. Over in the corner is a little pellet stove that keeps me warm and cozy while I watch the football players with their snorting nostrils and vapor laden breaths face off like frozen gladiators on the field. The colder they look, the more I appreciate the shelter the sunroom and the pellet stove provides me from the numbing weather outside. In the main part of my house is a woodstove. This is my main heater and, thanks to last winter’s snows, I have several years worth of wood stacked and ready. As I’m watching the game and imagining the logs blazing away in the woodstove and the pellets happily dropping into the pellet stove I start thinking, when did I sweep the chimney last? How about the pellet stove? Was it working OK last May when we had our last snow or did I limp through the end of the season thinking I’d check it out this summer. I guess it’s time to do a little pre-season maintenance to get ready for the regular season! How about you?
The geese are flying south, the leaves are changing, and it’s football season. Winter is not far off so it’s time to get ready for the upcoming season. Download one of our Free Stove Parts Lists or watch one of our Informational Videos so you can snuggle up in front of the football game and be warm and cozy this winter.