An individual can find a Harman stoves dealer by going to the Harman website and clicking on the Where To Buy tab. The individual then types in his zip code or city and state to find the nearest dealer.
Harman has four types of dealers: authorized, gold, platinum and fireside. White authorized dealers have the smallest displays, platinum and fireside dealers have the largest, containing at least 10 different stoves. Fireside dealers also offer consumers the largest selection of associated products.
Harman offers pellet, wood or coal stoves. Pellet stoves burn pellet, an environmentally-safe and efficient fuel source. These stoves come in either cast iron or steel material and produce different ranges of heat. For instance, the P68 is the largest, hottest Harman pellet stove available. The smallest pellet stove, the P43, is more energy efficient.
Harman wood stoves also come in cast iron and steel construction and come with flues for smoke ventilation. The TL300 wood stove produces up to 70,000 BTUs of heat while the Oakwood is a smaller, more compact and environmentally conscious stove. Harman coal stoves are produced by the Legacy Stoves division of the company. Of the available stoves, the Magnum Coal Stoker Stove is the most powerful, putting off up to 105,000 BTUs of heat.