The Model 18 is a highly efficient non-catalytic wood stove designed as a masonry and pre-fab fireplace insert, or as a freestanding stove with either an attractive pedestal or traditional wood stove legs.The Model 18 is rated at 22,400 BTU’s and can heat up to 1200 square feet depending on the design and layout of your home.The 17-3/4″ height allows the unit to fit almost any U.L.listed pre-fab fireplace. (Shown with Gold options)
Model 81 provides a rich dramatic focal point for a full view of the flames.The Model 81 is an outstanding choice for larger home heating requirements and exceeds expectations in form and function. Standard features include durable non-catalytic technology, factory installed variable speed blower, ash removal tray and glass door with airwash system. The Model 81 is available as a freestanding stove or as an insert for your masonry fireplace with a heating capacity of 1600 to 2700 square feet. (Shown with Pewter door options)
The Model 91 catalytic is our most popular selling wood stove. Majestic in appearance and performance it is the ultimate in wood stoves. The Model 91 used as a masonry fireplace insert or as a freestanding unit easily accepts 23″ logs and heats up to 3200 square feet with an astonishing 51,200 BTU’s per hour. Features include a factory installed blower, high efficiency heat exchanger, ash removal tray and oversized glass door with air wash system. (Shown with all Pewter options)
The Model 20 delivers impressive heat in a small package transforming your pre-fab or masonry fireplace into a 37,500 BTU efficient catalytic heater with a heating range up to 1800 square feet.The Model 20 can also be used as a freestanding unit with optional QueenAnne black cast or 24K gold plated legs.(Shown with Gold options)
The non-catalytic Model 85 delivers all the advantages of today’s wood stove technology: Powerful heat output, high efficiency and user friendly operation. While burning at an impressive 45,000 BTU’s per hour, the Model 85 heats up to 2700 square feet.This versatile heater is available as either freestanding or masonry fireplace insert.(Shown with Pewter options)
Long overnight burn and 40,500 BTU output makes the catalytic Model 80 ideal for most homes. Versatile installation capabilities enable the Model 80 to be used as freestanding or masonry fireplace insert.At 2.6 cubic feet, the Model 80 firebox rates among the roomiest in its class and accepts firewood up to 22″ in length. (Shown with Black options)
Model 51 lets you savor the fire. Equipped with a large firebox, the Model 51 can heat up to 2,600 square feet. True to the Buck Stove legacy, this model delivers heavy duty heat performance and is available as a masonry and pre-fab fireplace insert or freestanding unit. We recommend the Model 51 for mobile home use. (Shown with Pewter options)
The Flame NXT-I steel wood stove heats a large area efficiently, with a maximum heat output of 85,000 BTUs. Its 2.9 cubic foot firebox accepts logs up to 18″ length. The NXT is mobile home approved.
Stoves & Inserts
The FP-45 is a user-friendly, high- heat producer. It’s large hopper capacity and maximum heat output of 45,000 BTUs allow it to heat 500 to 2,000 square feet with ease. The user has a choice of six heat settings, thermostatic or manual control, noise level, and automatic or manual control of combustion air supply.
The Napoleon EPI -1402P energy-saving insert is approved for use in both masonry and manufactured fireplaces. It also meets EPA requirements, which means you can enjoy the warmth of this unit without worrying about a negative environmental impact. It includes two whisper quiet, thermostatic – variable circulating blowers to help disperse heat into surrounding living spaces, and a single lever burn control to regu- late primary and secondary air.
The Flame XTD 1.5-1 EPA Story: The Flame XTD 1.5-1 heats 850 to 1,550 square feet of space, with a maximum heat output of 60,000 BTUs. Its firebox is 1.8 cubic feet, and its exterior dimensions are 27″w x 23.5″ d x 20″h. The mini- mum fireplace dimensions neces- sary are 29″w x 14″d x 21.5″h. Uti- lizes an internal air wash system to keep the glass clean.
The Napoleon 1450 EPA – Napoleon quality and performance without the bells and whistles that add dollars to the price tag. The pedestal base conceals the optional outside air kit. A single lever burn control regulates the primary and secondary air for a clean burn. An air wash keeps the cast door’s glass clean for an enjoyable view of the flames. Cool air is circulated around the firebox with an optional blower available for even more heat output. The 1450 uses an economical 6″ flue for ease of installation and no catalytic combustor that could bring main- tenance headaches down the road.
The Flame XTD 1.1 heats 500 – 1,250 square feet of space, with a maximum heat output of 42,000 BTUs. It is mobile home approved. Its firebox is 1.6 cubic feet and holds a maximum log length of 16 inches.
The Flame XTD 1.S heats 850 – 1,550 square feet of space, with a maximum heat output of 60,000 BTUs. It is mobile home approved. Its firebox is 1.8 cubic feet and holds a maximum log length of 18 inches.
The Flame xro 1.9-I heats 1,050 – 1,950 square feet of space, with a maximum heat output of 70,000 BTUs. Its firebox is 2.3 cubic feet and holds a maximum log length of20.
The Napoleon 1400PL – This attractive stove offers you the option of gold or black doors and louvers. You can also choose between traditional black steel legs, or ornamental gold plated legs (as shown). It also offers an optional variable speed blower and an ash pan. You can conveniently control the burn from a single lever that regulates both primary and secondary air and is designed with an air wash system to keep the viewing window clean.
The popular 1100CP traditional Early American style black cast- iron stove is brick lined and includes an ash pan as standard equipment. It features single lever burn control that regulates both primary and secondary air to establish a perfect mixture for a clean burn. The internal air wash system keeps the ceramic viewing glass clean.