Freestanding Wood Stoves

High Valley Wood Stove

High Valley Stoves by Stoll has designed four different freestanding wood stove models for our customers to choose from. Specifications and features vary from model to model. Our catalytic stoves (1500 & 2500) use Firecat catalytic combustors, while our models 1600 & 1300 are non-catalytic stoves. If you are new to catalytic stoves or would like to read more about them, visit the Firecat Blog. You can also watch the short video at the end of this page for more details about a catalytic stove.

Custom Fireplaces has an excellent article outlining the differences between catalytic and non-catalytic stoves. There are also many excellent forums and how-to helps available for wood stoves in general. The Hearth Room at Hearth.com is an excellent source for tips, guides, etc. pertaining to stoves. Also, if you have interest in cooking on your wood stovetop, see this entry at Instructables.com.

For advice and tips on woods stoves from the EPA, see their write-up "Choosing the Right Wood Stove".

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Catalytic Stoves

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Model 1500 Model 2500
 

Non-Catalytic Stoves

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Model 1600 Model 1300
 
 
Features1500250016001300
Charcoal DoorSSSS
Copper DoorOOON/A
Pewter DoorOOON/A
Gold DoorOOON/A
Collar RingOON/AN/A
PedestalOON/AS
LegsOOSN/A
Catalyst ThermometerOON/AN/A
Max. Log Size21"22"21"16"
Approx. Burn Time7 hrs8 hrs12 hrs7 hrs
Firebox Size2.5 cu. ft.3.5 cu. ft.2.7 cu. ft.1.5 cu. ft.
Fan BlowerSSOS
Blower Size75 CFM200 CFM75 CFM75 CFM
Efficiency72%72%77%N/A
Weight386 lbs.565 lbs.581 lbs.275 lbs.
 
  S = Standard     O = Option     N/A = Not Applicable
 

How To Burn Wise with EPA Catalytic Stove