Wood-burning stoves require regular maintenance, can be expensive to run, and pose a number of safety threats, making them a poor choice for most people. In addition, they have been banned in a number of regions. More »

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Wood-burning stoves operate at high temperatures. Care must be taken during installation to prevent possible damage to surrounding structures. The stove should be located in a suitable spot with non-combustible surroundi... More »

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The dimensions of wood-burning stoves generally run from 25 to 40 inches tall, 19 to 33 inches wide and 17 to 27 inches deep. Specific dimensions vary depending on the stove. More »

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Rocketstove.org has factory built wood burning rocket stoves available for purchase. The EcoZoom Plancha rocket stove can be purchased for the price of $399.99 as of 2015, and it can be shipped directly to the buyers hom... More »

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Direct venting only works with specially designed gas appliances, according to The Chimney Sweep, Inc., and is not for use with wood burning stoves. Wood burning stoves require a vertical chimney that extends through the... More »

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As of 2015, the United States Stove Company makes wood, pellet and multifuel stoves. It makes stoves in several sizes and British thermal unit capacities. More »

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While used stoves are sold at thrift stores, including those operated by the Salvation Army and Habitat for Humanity, many people say the best place to buy the appliances is at Sears Outlet stores. Sears Outlet stores of... More »

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