Important Safety Guidelines For Wood Stoves
Many Americans have recently realized the benefits of wood stoves for heating. Wood stoves increase the efficiency of their homes and decrease their reliance on natural resources that are running low, like oil and gas. By heating with a US Stove 2000 wood stove, you are helping to conserve precious energy by using a renewable resource like wood to heat your home. With each new warming appliance you add to your home, there are important safety precautions that must be closely studied to keep your home and family safe from harm.
If your US Stove 2000 wood stove is not installed properly and by a professional, your house may be at a high risk for a house fire. It's important to follow the installation instructions as closely as possible and adhere to all safety guidelines. It's also important to contact your local building or fire officials with questions about permits, installation requirements, and restrictions in your area. Make these calls before you purchase your new wood stove to ensure you are getting the right stove for your area and your specific home.
Basic Safety Rules
When you purchase your US Stove 2000 wood stove and it has been installed properly by a professional, the next step is to obey all safety cautions that are included in the owners manual. These include:
Keeping children, furniture, and clothing away, as contact with the stove may cause skin burns.
Never using fluids or chemicals to ignite the fire in your wood stove.
Never burning garbage, gasoline, naphtha or motor oil inside your stove.
Don't connect your stove to any system for air distribution in your home.
After igniting your stove, always make sure to securely close the door.
If all safety precautions are followed and strictly obeyed, wood stoves will heat your home without damage or injury for many years. With a wood stove, you get the energy efficiency of heating with wood with the coziness of sitting by a wood fire in the cold of winter.
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- Additional Information
Features Firebrick lined for long life and combustion efficiency
Firebox: 1.9 cubic feet
6" flue collar- heavy duty cast iron
Air wash glass keeps door window clean so you can see the warm glow of the fire
Large viewing window
Mobile home approved
Not available for sale in WA and CA
1 year on electrical
3 year on firebox
Product Manual Key Specs Item# 2000 Ship Weight 275.00 lbs. Product Type Wood Stove Heating Capability (sq. ft.) Up to 2,000 Mobile Home Approved Yes BTU Output Up to 89,000 Fuel Type Wood Max. Log Size Accepted (L in.) 21 Flue Collar Size (in.) 6" Depth w/out Blower (in.) 20.5 Depth w/ Blower (in.) 24.5 Width (in.) 27 Height (in.) 30