Wood & Coal Stoves

Wood & Coal Stoves

Add a new wood or coal stove to your home and create the warm, welcoming space you’ve always wanted.

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  1. Ashley Hearth Large Pedestal Wood Stove
    United States Stove Company Ashley Hearth Large Pedestal Wood Stove
    $1,499.99
  2. Vogelzang Large Wood Stove, 3,200 Sq. Ft.
    United States Stove Company Vogelzang Large Wood Stove, 3,200 Sq. Ft.
    $1,249.99
  3. WoodMaster CleanFire 700 Wood Boiler
    WoodMaster WoodMaster CleanFire 700 Wood Boiler
    As low as $16,995.00
  4. WoodMaster CleanFire 500 Wood Boiler
    WoodMaster WoodMaster CleanFire 500 Wood Boiler
    As low as $14,395.00
  5. Ashley Direct Vent Propane Heater 26k BTU
    United States Stove Company Ashley Direct Vent Propane Heater 26k BTU
    $598.88
  6. Drolet Escape 1800 Wood Stove
    Drolet Drolet Escape 1800 Wood Stove
    $1,149.99
  7. Survivor Cub Camp Stove Kit
    England's Stove Works Survivor Cub Camp Stove Kit
    $249.99
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Gather the Family Around Your New Wood or Coal Stove

L&M Fleet Supply is your go-to resource for all of your wood and coal stove needs, carrying products from top brands like Woodmaster, Drolet and England’s Stove Works. Find all of this and more at one of our 10 locations across the upper midwest or conveniently through our online store.

Turn up the Heat With a Woodmaster Stove

Woodmaster is one the leading wood burner manufacturers on the market today. With a number of high-end products, many of which you can find right here at L&M Fleet Supply, you’re guaranteed to stay warm through any cold snap.

Try the CleanFire 700, which comes equipped with a titanium-enhanced stainless steel firebox and designed to last a lifetime. Or, check out the smaller but nevertheless powerful CleanFire 300, offering a heat output capacity of 150,000 BTU/hr.

Types of Coal & Wood Stoves

Wood and coal stoves have become wildly popular among homeowners in the past several years, for many reasons. Not only do they provide warmth, they add a bold design element to your space. But, when it comes to wood and coal stoves, there are many styles to choose from, such as:

  • Small wood stoves: Don’t take up as much space and are great for spots like an outdoor patio, hunting cabins or household den.
  • Pot belly stoves: Made of cast iron and burn coal or wood. They’re cylindrical with a protrusion in the middle.
  • Pellet Stoves: Burn “pellets” made of organic material. They are CO2 neutral, start at the press of a button and are easier to use than traditional stoves.
  • Wood furnaces: Heavy-duty furnaces that can be used to heat your home, garage, cabin or other large space. Some can also be used outdoors.

FAQs

What are some essential stove accessories?

Don’t forget the log burner – these ensure you don’t have trouble getting your fire started.