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Gas The Eco-Choice WS18 medium-size wood-burning stove delivers warmth and comfort to your home, while being easy to operate and maintain. The durable steel construction and brick-lined firebox ensures the WS18 will deliver heat for years to come.
Mobile home approved. 81% effcient. Heats up to 1,956 sq. ft. 41,800 Peak Btu/Hour Output.

Pellet fuel appliances burn small, 3/8″ to 1-inch long pellets that look like rabbit feed. Pellets are made from compacted sawdust, wood chips, bark, agricultural crop waste, waste paper, and other organic materials. Some models can also burn nutshells, corn kernels, and small wood chips.

They are more convenient to operate and have much higher combustion and heating efficiencies than ordinary wood stoves or fireplaces. As a consequence of this, they produce very little air pollution.

In fact, pellet stoves are the cleanest of solid fuel-burning residential heating appliances. With combustion efficiencies of 78-85%, they are also exempt from United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) smoke-emission testing requirements. Pellet stoves have heating capacities that range between 8,000 and 90,000 Btu per hour. They are suitable for homes as well as apartments or condominiums.

The design and technology that goes into creating modern wood burning stoves is quite a bit different from that which was found in the “stoves of yesterday.” Today’s wood stoves are excellent heat sources as well as being quite nice to look at. If you’re considering purchasing a heating unit for your home or upgrading one you already have, here are some facts you’ll enjoy knowing about wood burning stoves.

The biggest advantage homeowners have with a wood burning stove is the quality of heat the unit gives off. Woods stoves operate on the principal of radiant heat, which warms an area faster and more efficiently than warm air being blown through a home’s vent system. The powerful heat from a wood stove radiates from all sides of the unit as well as the top, sending warmth in all directions.

Wood is an inexpensive fuel source. It costs less per BTU than oil, gas or electricity. Homeowners who practice strategic zone heating in their homes can save hundreds of dollars in utility bills each year.

Gas fireplaces come in three types: inserts, for folks who want to retrofit a wood-burning firebox with something more convenient and efficient; built-ins, for those who want a fireplace where there isn’t one now; and log sets, basic burners that sit in existing, open fireplaces. Both inserts and built-in fireplaces are reliable heat producers, filling your room with a mix of warm air and radiant heat. Log sets are usually more for looks than warmth. With each type, you have a choice between models that vent the flames’ fumes outside or vent-free versions that discharge all their heat, and exhaust, into the house.

Wood-burning fireplaces provide great ambience, but they can’t beat the easy, no-fuss efficiency of gas.

• You don’t have to split, stack, season, or haul logs.
• There are no ashes to bag, no smoky smells, no chimney to clean.
• You can start, adjust, and snuff out fires with the touch of a remote control.

• The fire needs no tending and won’t die out from neglect.
• A wall thermostat can control the flame size—and therefore heat output—to maintain a specific temperature setting in the room.
• The fixed glass panels covering direct-vent fireboxes ensure that the furnace- or boiler-heated air in the rest of the house doesn’t escape up the flue, as it does with a wood fire.
• You can get as much as 75 to 99 percent of a fuel’s energy back as heat, instead of the 10 to 30 percent for wood fires.
• Gas fireplaces can go almost anywhere—in an upstairs bathroom, in a basement, or outdoors—without needing a chimney.

  • Structured as a large format fireplace, the H6 is inspired by features that are proven in the field. Although large in presence, the firebox design features tapered sides and a shallow depth for smooth installation in a variety of applications.

    An impressive secondary heat exchanger circulates warm air naturally through convection. In addition, the custom fire beds are designed to project this radiant warmth to objects in your living space creating a steady, even heat.

  • The H5 Series is a diverse fireplace that blends distinct, high-quality materials with the latest in radiant and convective heat technology. Equipped with four unique fuel bed options including murano or decorative glass, traditional log or pebble beach driftwood, the H5 caters to those seeking both traditional and contemporary flame appeal.

    The H5 combines compact design with a generous viewing area, highlighting the ambient flames and glowing embers within.

  • The H5 Series is a diverse fireplace that blends distinct, high-quality materials with the latest in radiant and convective heat technology. Equipped with four unique fuel bed options including murano or decorative glass, traditional log or pebble beach driftwood, the H5 caters to those seeking both traditional and contemporary flame appeal.

    The H5 combines compact design with a generous viewing area, highlighting the ambient flames and glowing embers within.

  • The H3 offers a slim engine design that is engineered for new construction installs, or the growing trend to remove and replace outdated and inefficient wood and gas fireplaces. The relaxing, radiant firebox flames create a beautiful ambience in any living space.

    With three unique fuel beds, seven liners, and four fronts, the H3 can accommodates any design style while providing efficient, radiant warmth.

  • the Horizon engine features a range of installation opportunities in both top and rear vent applications. It is compact yet commanding, and is ideal as an insert or new construction fireplace. Designs range from traditional to contemporary and everything in between.

    Clean fronts, traditional casting and handcrafted ceramic fire beds all promote one of Valor’s core principles – the importance of quality.

  • The Valor Portrait Series offers a diverse collection of adaptive fireplace fronts complementing both traditional and contemporary room settings. Countless installation options allow you to explore your architectural and interior design inspirations.

    A distinct collection of fireplace designs, proficient heat capabilities and home installation versatility make the Portrait Series a triple threat. Your living room will be a gathering place to enjoy time with your family, friends and loved ones.

  • The L3 Linear Series is our largest linear fireplace. At 66 ¼ inches the L3 is noticeably wider than the L2, and features the popular Decorative Murano Glass & Driftwood fuel bed options. Due to its highly efficient design the L3 utilizes standard 6 ⅝” ventilation systems making it a practical option with a simple installation.

    The L3 also supports the HeatShift System®, which is highly recommended for installations where surrounding structural areas must remain at cooler temperatures.

  • A bold statement in any living space, the L2 is luxury fireplace design at its finest. Inspired by the highly successful L1 series, the L2 boasts an impressive 50″ linear viewing area that highlights brilliant flames within. The L2 combines Valor efficiency and heat performance with the latest in contemporary styling.

    The L2 is also supports the HeatShift System®, which is highly recommended for installations where surrounding structural areas must remain at cooler temperatures.

  • A seamless transition between architectural spaces, the L1 See-Thru boasts the same widescreen proportions as the highly successful L1 Series. Connect living spaces through visual appeal and practical Valor warmth, and provide efficient zone heating in two separate spaces.

    The See-Thru also supports the HeatShift System®, which is highly recommended for installations where surrounding structural areas must remain at cooler temperatures.

  • A highly effective radiant and convective heater, the L1 raises the standards for “decorative widescreen” fireplaces. Engineered to enhance flame depth and width without sacrificing efficiency, the specialized Valor burner emits radiant warmth where you want it, when you want it.

    The L1 also supports the HeatShift System®, which is highly recommended for installations where surrounding structural areas must remain at cooler temperatures.

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