Stoves

Add the traditional look and warmth of a stove to any room with InSeason’s wide selection of wood burning and gas stoves. These stoves combine the heritage appeal of fine craftsmanship with the convenience of contemporary technology to ensure optimal functionality, efficiency, and timeless beauty.

From gorgeous, blazing wood burning fireplaces to gas and electric stoves and inserts, InSeason has the style and quality you’re looking for. Traditional to contemporary. Indoor or outdoor. Wood, gas or electric. We carry products that are designed to be the heart of your home. Beyond just safety and aesthetics, InSeason only carries products that are built to be efficient, quality heating appliances, adding value to your home for years to come.

Rely on the experts at InSeason Fireplaces to provide you with information you need to select the best stove for you home and budget.

Wood Stoves
A wood stove is an appliance that is usually made of cast iron, steel, or stone. Wood stoves that burn wood for fuel can be used as a primary or secondary source of heat. Most stoves in homes are not EPA-certified. EPA-certified stoves are cleaner burning and more energy efficient.

Today’s wood stove models feature improved safety and efficiency — they produce almost no smoke, minimal ash, and require less firewood. While older stoves that are not certified release 15 to 30 grams of smoke per hour, new EPA-certified stoves produce no more than 4.5 grams per hour. Look for the EPA certification label on the back of the stove, or check the current list of EPA-certified wood stoves. Also check for safety labeling by the Underwriters’ Laboratories of Canada (ULC) or another testing and certification body.

Gas Stoves
Gas stoves are designed to burn either natural gas or propane, and are typically very energy efficient. The fire in today’s gas stoves looks much like a real wood fire. They emit very little pollution, require little maintenance, and can be installed almost anywhere in the home. Gas stoves can be vented through an existing chimney, or directly vented through the wall behind the stove. While some gas stoves do not require outside venting, EPA does not support use of these models due to indoor air quality concerns.
Pellet Stoves
Pellet stoves are similar in appearance to wood stoves; however, instead of wood, pellet stoves burn a renewable fuel made of ground, dried wood and other biomass wastes compressed into pellets. Pellet stoves operate by pouring pellets into a hopper which feeds automatically into the stove. Unlike wood stoves and fireplaces, most pellet stoves need electricity to operate.

 


Gas Stoves

Wood Stoves

Pellet Stoves