ConsumerSearch.com recommends Lopi, HearthStone and Vermont Castings as companies that produce good wood stoves. The United States Stove Company, which sells a range of budget-priced wood stoves through retailers such as Lowe's and Amazon, also features as a recommended company.
Lopi has been designing and building stoves since the early 1980s. The Lopi Endeavour, which can heat up to 2,000 square feet and takes logs up to 18 inches long, has an optional auto-start system that ignites and fans the fire. LopiStoves.com offers a dealer locator tool on its home page.
HearthStone's Heritage stove continues to radiate heat long after the fire has gone out. The company sells its stoves online at HearthStoneStoves.com. Vermont Castings produces its stoves from recycled materials using renewable energy. The company website, VermontCastings.com, provides a dealer locator tool on the home page under Where to Buy.