"This Timber Ridge Wood Stove has class and brass to make it a good fit for homes or mobile homes. Handsome, well-designed stove boasts quality construction and styling in addition to convenience features to reduce fuel costs and maintenance. U.S.A. Blower CFM 60, Blower Included Yes, Clearance from Rear Wall in. 10, Clearance from Side Wall in. 19, Blower Power Supply Volts, Amps 110V/.85A, BTU Output Up to 60,000, Clearance from Corner in. 13 1/2, Flue Collar Size in. 6, Fuel Type Wood, Full Load Run Time Hours 4-6, Door Opening W x H in. 9 1/4 x 16 1/2, EPA Certified Yes, Firebox Size W x D in. 1.8 cu. ft., Max. Log Size Accepted L in. 18, Mobile Home Approved Yes, Product Type Stove, Heat Settings Variable, Heating Capability sq. ft. 1,800, Igniter No, Stove Pipe Included No, Thermostat Included No, Dimensions W x D x H in. 25 x 20 1/4 x 28 1/4. Comes with a pedestal and leg set for a choice in styles Ash drawer for easier cleanups Rear heat shield standard allows closer clearances to combustibles Heats 1200 to 1800 sq. feet Gleaming brass trim accents Mobile home approved"
Average Customer Rating:
(7 Reviews) 7
Rating Summary(7 reviews)
7 of 7(100%)would recommend this product to a friend.
I have had two wood stoves in the past and they both were adequate, however, the Timber Ridge Model 50 -TNC 13 is the best by far. I was impressed by how well it is built and how well it works. It has a built in damper that functions great, you can have a roaring fire or bank it down with the damper. The blower is a little noisy but it circulates the warm air well. Having had wood stoves in the past I am pleasantly suprised at how functional this one is. My only regret is that I did not buy and install it several years ago.
We are soooo happy we bought this stove! After getting our nice little place country and settling in we tried using the mobile home heatalator fireplace to heat the house which didn't work at all since all the heat went right out the flu... So, I got online and ordered this baby and after just a few days it was delivered to the store ( ON TIME!) So off to northern tool to pick it up . I was really worried about how my wife and i were going to get it off the truck and into place in the house, However, It turned out to be a breeze, I found that if you just take a few minutes to remove the door which just lifts off and remove the fire bricks from the interior off the stove that it lightened the stove considerably . Then it was just a matter of using a hand dolly and walking it in the door and the wife and i had no problem moving it into place.. Hookup was very simple and the manual was very easy to use and follow as it is crucial to be sure of your clearances so as not to burn the place down... Anyway, once it was all done we fired it up and even with this being the coldest fall on record in the south east we have not had to turn the heat on in the house yet and it's been down in the 20's already with wind...I have to say that we really love using it, and having the large air wash glass to my surprise actually does stay pretty clean for several days at a time of constant burning; It is best to try to keep your wood back from the glass if possible and that also aids in smoke escaping when you open the door, Also be sure to open the flu fully and crack the door slightly for about ten to 20 seconds before opening it up Otherwise it will sometimes smoke the house up a bit. One other thing i really love is how it burns the wood so completely and with only a few nice pieces and the flu closed most of the way i is still nice and toasty in the morning with enough coals to start it right back up within minutes ... One last thing, I have worked with metal and welding for many years and will tell you that this company builds one finely crafted piece of work A really nice piece of furniture!
I've always wanted a wood burning stove that put out great heat and not just smoke up the chimney. Because most of the reviews on the net were good , I took a chance.. The chimney sweep installer said I had a very good unit and that made we feel even better.
It isn't cold enough yet to really get a good idea of how much heat the unit puts out but I built a small fire upon installation, opened the windows to let out the heat and just sat back and enjoyed the dancing flames. I fully expect this stove to make my 400 square foot unheated sunroom a toasty haven this winter.
The fire was very easy to start and maintain. The stove is set back in my fireplace opening so the sound of the fan bounces off the brick . In the open it would be quieter. With the fan off my ceiling fan has no problem distributing the heat.
I am very pleased with my Timber Ridge wood stove. When I get to build a more substantial fire, I'll be even more pleased.
This is my first wood stove and I am very impressed. I have used it three times so far and had to open the door because it was too warm! This stove is excellent if you have limited space when you buy the side heat shields from the manufacturer. I have mine in a corner and it is only 9 inches from the walls. My base is 4' 3" square with the front corner cut off to give it a flat edge for the front of the stove at 19 inches (only calls for 16). It comes with a set of legs and a blower. The blower works well but is a little loud. With the legs, under the stove gets warm, but not too hot and I can keep my hands on the tiles with no problem. Installation is easy with the manual that comes with the stove. I did everything myself, with a friends help for the heavy stuff. I would recommend this stove for anyone looking for a nice stove that throws good heat. Our house is about 1200 sq ft and with a fan to circulate the heat, it warms everywhere quite well, upstairs and down. If I would run the blower I'm sure it would be more heat than needed for the whole house. Different wood burns at different rates, but I can get about 1 3/4 hrs burn from two pieces of 3x3 seasoned oak.
I purchased this stove last year and its a great little stove. My house is only 900 square so at times we have to open a window. I find it incredible how two tiny pieces of wood can burn so hot and give off so much heat. The fire is beautiful and the window stays crystal clear when burning high, which my wife loves. I learned a long time ago to get an under sized stove and burn it hot to keep the pipes clean from creosote and able to see a beautiful fire. I burn the stove at exact factory specs. Right in the middle of the burn zone on the pipe thermometer which cost about 15 dollars. I burned a little under 1 full cord last year and only 75 gallons of oil to heat my whole house last year in northern PA. I only burn oil in the early fall and late spring. My home is over 150 years old but I keep it pretty insulated. This stove was an awesome buy that saves me a fortune because we can afford to have the house at 75% instead only 68% with oil.