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Earth Stoves

Earth Stoves were purchased by Lennox Heating a few years ago, but there are still many models still out under the old brand. They are known for their great looks. However, many customers note that the rated BTUs and burn times don’t quite match what the stoves put out in the field, so keep that in mind when sizing.  Here are some of the more popular types:


BV4000C Wood Burning Fireplace Insert

This is a nice mid-sized insert. Its rated at up to a 10 hour burn time and has a convenient built-in fan system. It has a catalytic system as well for a nice clean burn. Customers like the big ashpan as well.

Wood Burning Stoves

1003C Woodstove

Customers like the big firebox on this stove. It has catalytic capabilities for a clean burn and is rated up to 51000 BTUs. As with the BV4000C, it also has a nice large ashpan as well.

1400HT Woodstove

This is a big, non-catalytic wood stove. It can accomodate logs up to 20 inches, and has a nice large firebox. It also comes with a easy-load door. A blower is optional but recommended.

1500HT Woodstove

Customers love the beautiful marble accents on this stove. Its a mid-sized model so it can fit into most rooms. It does not have catalytic technology.

1900HT Woodstove

Another beautiful stove, this adds gold accents to the marble finishes seen on the 1500HT. It has a big 2 cubic foot firebox and it is rated up to 62000 BTUs. It has a rated burn time of up to 8 hours. As with the 1400HT, the optional blower is recommended.



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