Wood Stoves

Wood stoves are still the bread and butter work-horse for many households in the Pacific Northwest.  We still sell more wood fueled appliances than any other type.  Today's certified stoves are exponentially cleaner that those we began selling in the 1980's. 

 

Cast Iron

 The "F 500" by Jotul

The "F 500" by Jotul

Cast iron stoves are the patriarch of the wood stove genre.  They evoke thoughts of quality, durability, longevity, and reliability.  Yet these are not your grandfather's stoves - today's cast iron stoves are engineered with the latest smoke burning technologies.

Brands we feature:

Traditional Steel

 The "Super" by pacific Energy

The "Super" by pacific Energy

Traditional steel stoves flooded the market in the 1980's, and changed the game for over - allowing start-ups to influence the market with fresh ideas and technologies.  They still push the envelope today.

Brands we feature:

Contemporary

 The "Neo" by pacific energy

The "Neo" by pacific energy

Contemporary stoves occupy a sub-genre that is purely aesthetic in nature - possessing clean lines, fresh out-of-the box aesthetics, and/or European styles.  Yet there is no sacrifice in technology; they are just as efficient and productive as their cast or steel cousins.

Brands we feature