A mighty space heater with great looks the Heritage features optional top or rear flue exits, greater heat output with a larger fire box, beautiful detailing, and soapstone facing on the side loading door, the Heritage woodstove is just what you need. When fully loaded, the new Heritage will burn for up to 8 hours, providing up to 12 hours of sustained heat. The side door makes it even simpler to load this efficient stove. In addition, as with all HearthStone woodstoves, the Heritage warms your home with minimal fire tending required.
55,000 BTU, 21.5" log available in several enamel finishes & painted black.
Specifications for Heritage
Heats up to 1,900 sq. ft.
Burn Time Up to 8 hours
Heat Life Up to 12 hours
Size 55,000 BTUs
EPA Rating 2.77 grams per hour
Height (includes flue collar) 29"
Depth (includes flue collar) 21.5"
Maximum Log Length 21"
Firebox Capacity 2.3 cubic feet
Flue Exit & Diameter Top or Rear exit 6" flue collar
Ash Pan Yes
Optional Blower Kit Yes
Mobile Home Certified Yes
Alcove Certified Yes
Actual Weight (lbs.) 475
Clearances (With single wall pipe & no rear heat shield)
Clearances (With double-wall pipe & rear heat shield)
Minimum Size (US) 47" W x 37.5" D
Minimum Size (Canada) 135 cm x 110 cm
Polished Gray Soapstone
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We love the fact we can sleep through the night without being woken up at 3:00 am by the cold. The stove is also downright pretty and my husband loves being able to see the flames. I don't really care about the latter, it's a stove to heat the house, not a television. It does not heat quickly, so it's best used in a situation where you are available to feed it maybe every 8 hours. It does retain the heat and it's a nice even heat. This is all due to the choice of soapstone. The design, however, leaves a lot to be desired. We bought a Heritage, which I suspect is a bit big for our home. But I refused to buy the smaller stoves because they only had a front door. It seemed dangerous to me to be opening up the entire side of your stove with a fire inside. And I was correct. Doing so spews live coals into your home, not to mention how disconcerting it is to have that many live flames within inches of your face. It also spews great amounts of smoke into your home. I would never recommend anyone have a stove with that dopey door arrangement. What were they thinking? We have to leave the end (side) door open a lot in order to keep the fire from burning out, especially in the beginning of a light. Everyone I know needs to do this. It's very dangerous, however. I'm likely to forget it's open. The ash grate does NOT move in and out easily--or at all. My stove dealer tells me if you leave the ash pan door open, by the way, as many do to increase the terrible lack of draft, you *will* warp the stove. No one I know, including the dealer, uses the ash pan because it's "useless." I wouldn't know since I can't get it to work at all. We've been running this stove for about six weeks. It's pretty. And we like the heat once it's gotten going. But I would not recommend it to anyone because I think it's dangerous and the draft is so poor.