Woodstoves are freestanding hearth appliances designed to burn cordwood. They are usually constructed from one of three different materials: steel, cast iron, or soapstone. The key difference in materials is how quickly the stove heats up, at what rate the heat is distributed into the living environment, and the rate at which heat is lost once burning is complete. Steel stoves heat up quickly, distribute heat quickly, and lose heat quickly when burning is complete. Soapstone stoves are the slowest; they heat slowly and distribute heat slowly but they also retain heat and radiate it out into the living environment even after the burning is complete. Cast iron stoves fall in between steel and soapstone stoves: heating, distributing heat, and losing heat at a steady rate. Choosing one material over another does not provide more heat, it only affects the rate at which the stove transfers heat from the firebox to the room. Many steel stoves have either legs or pedestals; whereas, cast iron and soapstone models are generally only available on legs. The best way to quantify the size of a wood stove is by the size of the firebox. Modern stoves are much more efficient than those of the 1980’s because of this they have a smaller firebox. Firebox volumes range from about 1.4 cubic feet to 3.2 cubic feet. The length of log that the firebox can accommodate ranges from about 16 inches up to 24 inches. All models have ceramic glass, which radiates heat, and optional outside air adapters. Click here to see the wood stoves in our showroom.

In our showroom, we display a dozen models of woodstoves from Lopi and Hearthstone and are dealers for many brands such as Vermont Castings, Kuma, Harman, Osburn, Morsoe and Pacific Energy.

For tips on how to use your wood stove more efficiently click here.

See the stoves in our showroom

Lopi Answer Wood Stove in our Evergreen CO showroom

Lopi Answer

‧ Steel Body Wood Stove - 66,800 BTU
‧ Black Painted Door and Door Handle
‧ 1.6 cu ft Firebox
‧ 18” Logs
‧ No Ash Pan / Front Load
‧ Cast Black Legs
‧ Steel body
‧ Superior quality
‧ 3 Choices of doors
‧ 4 choices of legs
‧ Optional Pedestal
‧ Optional heat-circulating blower

Lopi Endeavor Wood Stove in our Evergreen CO Showroom

Lopi Endeavor

‧ Steel Body Wood Stove - 72,400 BTU
‧ 2.2 cu ft Firebox
‧ 18” Logs
‧ No Ash Pan
‧ Legs
‧ Steel step-top body
‧ Superior quality
‧ Best-selling woodstove in America
‧ 3 Choices of Doors
‧ 4 Choices of Leg Styles
‧ Optional heat-circulating blower
‧ Most Popular Woodstove

Lopi Rockport Wood Stove Burning Display in our Evergreen CO showroom

Lopi Rockport

‧ Cast Iron Body Wood Stove - 67,700 BTU
‧ New Iron Finish
‧ 2.15 cu ft Firebox
‧ 20” Logs
‧ Large Ash Pan / Front Load
‧ Legs
‧ Cast Iron Body
‧ Multiple colors
‧ Hybrid Technology creates ultra-low emissions
‧ Ash Pan
‧ Optional heat-circulating blower

Hearthstone Heritage Wood Stove in our Evergreen CO showroom

Hearthstone Heritage

‧ Soapstone Wood Stove - 55,000 BTU
‧ Brown Enamel
‧ Left Side Load
‧ 2.3 cu ft Firebox
‧ 22” Logs
‧ No Ash Pan
‧ Legs
‧ Soapstone construction
‧ Side-loading door
‧ Optional Ash Pan
‧ Choice of Black or Brown
‧ Top or rear exhaust

Hearthstone Homestead Wood Stove in our Evergreen CO showroom

Hearthstone Homestead

‧ Soapstone Wood Stove - 50,000 BTU
‧ Polished Grey Soapstone
‧ Matte Black Frame
‧ 2.0 cu ft Firebox
‧ 21” Logs
‧ Ash Pan
‧ Soapstone construction
‧ Ash Pan
‧ Choice of Black or Brown
‧ Top exhaust only
‧ Choice of freestanding or hearthmount legs

Hearthstone Mansfield Wood Stove in our Evergreen CO showroom

Hearthstone Mansfield

‧ Soapstone Wood Stove - 80,000 BTU
‧ 3.2 cu ft Firebox
‧ 21” logs
‧ Ash Pan
‧ Legs
‧ Soapstone construction
‧ Ash Pan
‧ Choice of Black or Brown
‧ Top exhaust only

Hearthstone Manchester installed in our Evergreen fireplace showroom

Hearthstone Manchester

· 78,000 BTU
· Left Side Load
· 2.9 cu ft Firebox
· 24” Logs
· Ash Pan
· Legs
· Fan - Not Included

Hearthstone Shelburne Wood Stove in our Evergreen CO showroom

Hearthstone Shelburne

‧ Cast Iron Wood Stove - 60,000 BTU
‧ Brown Enamel
‧ 2.0 cu ft Firebox
‧ 20” Logs
‧ Ash Pan
‧ Legs
‧ Cast iron body
‧ Ash pan
‧ Choice of black or brown
‧ Optional heat-circulating blower
‧ Reversible flue collar

Hearthstone Green Mountain 60 installed in our Evergreen CO showroom

Hearthstone Green Mountain 60

· 60,000 BTU
· TruHybrid™ Combustion System
· Cast Iron Body
· Single Lever Air Control
· Optional Convection Blower
· Optional Outside Air Kit

Eco-Choice WS22 Wood Stove Display Close out in our Evergreen CO showroom

Eco-Choice WS22

· Steel Body
· Wood Stove
· 2.75 cu ft. Firebox
· 22” Logs
· No Ash Pan
· Pedestal
· Optional Fan


If you like what you see or want something a little different, we can help. As dealers for several leading brands of woodstove manufacturer, we have many wood-burning options beyond what is in our Evergreen showroom that can be selected and customized to suit your heating needs, design style, and size constraints.

Why Choose A wood stove?

‧ Cordwood is a naturally occurring renewable resource – Not a fossil fuel
‧ Zone-Heating concept --- Heat where you live
‧ Large variety of sizes
‧ Large variety of styles
‧ Choice of steel, cast iron or soapstone construction
‧ Highly efficient / Large heat output
‧ EPA-Certified / Okay to operate on “No-Burn Days”
‧ Large glass viewing area
‧ An alternative fuel source to heat the home


If you’re looking for quality woodstove sales and installation, you’ve come to the right place. Our NFI-Certified showroom staff and installers will put your stove project on track and work with you to choose the right wood-burner for your room and style for your home. Visit our showroom at 7001 Highway 73 in Evergreen, contact us via the form on our contact page, or give us a call to start your woodstove project today!


If you’re looking for information about how to get the most out of your wood burning appliance or you suspect you may be running your stove inefficiently, the Environmental Protection Agency has a variety of resources in multiple languages to help you. These tip sheets and brochures have everything you need to know about wood burning appliances and selecting the proper fuel for your appliances.

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