This Dovre “DV400” small gas stove is a compact cast-iron stove with good heating power. It’s a Propane unit only and no blower is on it. It’s in decent shape and priced to move at $499.
Here we have a Lopi “300 GS” Regular Vent gas stove. It has to exhaust up past the roofline like a woodstove does. Rated for 31,000 BTU’s and equipped with a blower, this Natural Gas stove could be converted to Propane, if needed. We have the stove marked at $699.
We have one used Lopi “400 PS” pellet stove in good shape. It exhausts out the back and can be “direct vented” out an exterior wall. No pipe, hearth pad, or installation is included in the stove price of $699. It’s not very easy to find a decent used pellet stove.
Regency’s I1200 Small Wood Insert has a compact, but efficient firebox design to make great use out of cordwood. This insert was a model in someone’s home who decided to go to a bigger firebox after having it for a month. This insert has a circulation blower in the front. The insert we are selling for $800 (new units retail for over $2000), stainless pipe and installation not included.
The Enviro company has produced good quality heaters for a long time. We have one of their “Focus” gas inserts available at a drastically reduced price of $1599, a $400 savings from retail. It comes as shown with a fan, but installation not included. It’s a really good buy for a 30,000 BTU insert rated for heating around 1200 square feet.
Following a style trend for more contemporary gas inserts, we have a “burn model” Avalon “616” gas insert available. This 39,000 BTU unit has very clean, modern lines with a standard brick interior lining. A fan is built-in and the insert comes with the GreenSmart remote control thermostat. The 616 insert normally retails for $3779. This burn unit is being sold for $2500, with exhaust pipe and installation not included.
We are fortunate to have received an Avalon “Newport Bay” pellet insert on trade. This smaller pellet insert fits nicely into most fireplaces, and because there are not as many smaller inserts on the market, this is a good size of insert to heat around 1200 square feet or less. It has a self-ignitor and could have an optional thermostat. The insert is $950; installation isn’t included. Free estimates available for local insert installation.
This Enviro EF3 pellet insert would be a great way to change an open fireplace to a very effective heating source. It will hold about 30 pounds of pellet fuel and the BTU rating is up to 40K. The self-igniter works so it’s easy to turn on and off. Unit price is $800, but installation is extra.
We are lucky enough to have this Regency U-41 Propane insert. This is a terrific insert that comes with a blower, and it sticks out onto the hearth to provide even more radiant heat. It’s a 38,000 BTU insert that can have a thermostat on it. The insert is $900 with installation not included.
The company Whitfield produced some terrific pellet heaters for years. We have a used Advantage 2-T fireplace insert in stock. They are not easy to come by. This one is in very good shape, and is capable of heating around 1600 square feet, depending upon the home and room design. The insert is $900, but it does need exhaust pipe for installation which isn’t included. Installation available but not included, either.