Wood Stoves / Gas Stoves / Pellet Stoves / Electric
With modern capabilities and high technology, there is nothing old-fashioned about the current models of stoves offered today. Choose what type of fuel is right for you: wood, gas or pellets. There are some universal benefits with free standing stoves, regardless of the fuel type. A stove can be installed nearly anywhere in your home. These modern appliances come in all shapes and sizes. They are ideal for zone heating a central living space, so that heat is not wasted on areas of the home that are not occupied. They are extremely effective heating machines with traditional or contemporary styling.
Not only are these models great for heating, they are also easy to use, look awesome and are highly efficient. Pellet and gas models can be operated with a remote control or a thermostat on the wall. How about an electric start option for an EPA certified wood burning stove? Check out a few of the models below. It may help you determine the best type of fuel for you and your family. Whether you want a classic wood burning stove, pellet fueled model or an ultra modern gas appliance, at Dubuque Fireplace and Patio we have dozens of options to suit your needs and lifestyle. Check out our showroom. It has more than 35 burning display models. And, speak with our experienced staff. We are anxious to help you.
• Sustainable natural resource.
• Classic burning fire with natural aroma and ambiance.
• Continues to work even if the electricity goes out.
• Freedom from the gas and oil companies.
• Highly convenient and easy to use.
• Cleanest type of fuel to burn.
• Continues to work even if the electricity goes out.
• Can be powered by remote control or by a thermostat.
• Pellets are made from recycled & renewable resources.
• Environmentally friendly.
• Simple to use, pellets are easy to store and move.
Wood Burning Stoves
Wood burning stoves are a popular choice among homeowners, especially those with relatively quick and easy access to a wood supply. These EPA certified stoves get their high efficiencies from a re-burn system that is designed into the appliance. One type of re-burn system uses a catalytic combustor. The combustor achieves extremely high temperatures and most of the smoke from the fire is burned as it is routed through the combustor. Non-catalytic wood burning stoves use secondary burn tubes to re-burn the smoke. This function is done automatically. Catalytic stoves have a damper that must be engaged to re-route the smoke through the combustor. Both types of stoves will provide long burn times and radiate wonderful heat in your home. You will enjoy the beauty of the flames through the self-cleaning glass on the door. Wood stoves come in lots of sizes depending on how much space you want to heat and are made from steel, cast iron and soapstone. Front loading, side loading and even top loading stoves and popular. There are even wood burning stoves with an electric start option that aids in getting a quick fire started and an effective draft established!
Gas Burning Stoves
The convenience and high tech features of gas burning stoves appeal to many customers. With easy to use remote controls, the flames, fan speed and room temperature can be adjusted manually or can be fully automatic. These conveniences make these stoves a very attractive option for many homeowners. Traditional and contemporary styles in cast iron, steel and stone, there are models to heat a room or most of a home. The venting system for a direct vented gas stove can be installed through the side-wall of your home or up through the roof if you are positioning the stove on an interior wall. To find out more about which models and options would work best for your circumstances, contact our stove specialists.
Pellet Burning Stoves
Pellet fuel is a renewable, clean-burning and cost stable heating alternative that is used throughout North America. It is a biomass product made of renewable substances, normally recycled wood waste. Pellets are easy to handle, clean to store and the amount of heat from a stove is easy to control. The amount of heat from a pellet stove is simply a function of have fast you feed pellets through the stove. A burn rate of 4 pounds per hour [32,000 BTU's] will give you significantly more heat than 1 pound per hour [8,100 BTU's]. Pellet stoves do not need a chimney. A vent pipe can be installed through the side-wall of your home or up through the roof if you are positioning the stove on an interior wall. Our pellet stove customers enjoy the benefits of the Dubuque Fireplace and Patio Pellet Club. As a “thank you” for doing business with us, the Pellet Club allows members to buy pellets at our cost with no mark-up! Come and see pellet stoves in action at Dubuque Fireplace & Patio.
Place an electric stove in a room and presto, instance atmosphere! An electric stove gives all the timeless warmth of a real wood stove with none of the hassles. It's perfect for those locations in your home that you cannot easily install a gas. wood or pellet unit. Electric stoves are easily moved from one wall to another, one room to another, or even take it with you if you move! Electric stoves are a big improvement over yesterday's models: stunning decorative fronts, realistic "flames and glowing embers" and 1500 watts of heat.