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Wood Burning Stoves Near Lancaster, PA
Heating your home in the cold, Pennsylvania winters can be expensive no matter what kind of heating you have in your home. But did you know that wood burning stoves can actually save you money?
If you don’t have a fireplace or it’s just not your style, wood burning stoves are one of the best options on the market. With affordable and widely available resources, you’ll feel safe knowing your home and family can stay warm, even if the power goes out.
LanChester Grill & Hearth has been delighting customers for over 20 years with the best selection of indoor and outdoor living options. Founded in 1996, LanChester is proud to be a complete provider for stoves, fireplaces, grills, outdoor kitchens, pergolas, and much more.
When you work with us, you’ll find that it’s our team that makes us genuinely unique. Here at LanChester, we treat you the way you want to be treated and get the job done right.
What You Can Expect When Buying Your Next Wood Stove
At Lanchester Grill & Hearth, one of the first things we’ll do is help you decide which type of stove best fits your needs. The good news is that modern stoves are more attractive and simpler to use than ever before!
Today’s wood stoves burn cleaner and safer with significantly reduced emissions. You save money on your heating bills while providing an alternative heat source if you lose power due to downed trees or storms. Plus, you get the added benefit of a crackling fire with half the maintenance of a traditional fireplace.
Here are just a few benefits you can expect when you purchase a wood stove from LanChester.
The Largest Selection
Here at LanChester, we have the largest selection of stoves, fireplaces, grills, and outdoor kitchen equipment on display in our showroom. Stop in to see products in action, ask questions, and get a better idea of what our appliances will look like in your home.
Since 1996, the experts here at LanChester have been servicing homeowners in Lancaster, Pa. With over 20 years of knowledge under our belts, you can rest assured that you’re in the hands of experts that are ready to help.
Whether you’re looking for a gas or wood burning fireplace, stove, grill, or an outdoor kitchen, we are here to guide you every step of the way. Our goal is to make things easy while providing practical solutions and a pressure-free experience you’ll appreciate.
What to Consider When Purchasing Wood Burning Stoves
Even if you’ve done your research about your future wood burning stove, you may still have a few questions. Here are a few of the most common questions or concerns that we hear and our professional answers.
Freestanding or Insert Stove?
There are two main deciding factors when it comes to what you want out of a wood burning stove—location and how much space you want to heat. Freestanding wood stoves can be placed virtually anywhere in your home. With various styles and sizes, this type of stove is optimal for those wanting to heat their entire home with one unit.
On the other hand, wood-burning inserts are installed inside an existing masonry fireplace and “insert” into that fireplace’s current location. Limited only by the location of your home’s fireplace, insert stoves can still heat your home as effectively as a traditional freestanding wood-burning stove.
Finding the Right Size Wood Stove
Finding the right size wood burning stove depends on what you want for your home. Each of the wood stoves that we offer at LanChester have different heat output (BTU). Make sure you have the approximate measurements of the room or area you want to heat to help your showroom visit go smoothly.
Will the Stove Be Catalytic?
Wood burning stoves tend to come in two types—catalytic and non-catalytic. The catalytic version—in short—burns more ash and smoke before it’s vented, thus creating less smoke and pollution. On the other hand, non-catalytic stoves do not have this extra step but produces a similar amount of heat. The newest EPA regulations and guidelines put in place in 2020 required stoves to be catalytic. LanChester Grill offers catalytic stoves, as well as the non-catalytic next-generation technology that is just as good at meeting EPA regulations without the added cost of the catalyst. Both catalytic stoves and the next-generation technology help decrease the environmental footprint.
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What Our Customers Are Saying
“We love our stove! It really brings beauty to the corner of our dining room. We get a lot of comments about it.” Buddy & Judy Paulson
“The stove looks great! Thanks for your professionalism and it was great doing business with you!” Lisa & Brad Stauffer