Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Big Woods Hearthwarmer-II Wood Burning Insert - Discontinued

Big Woods Hearthwarmer-II Wood Burning Insert - Discontinued

This fireplace insert has been discontinued and all inventory has been sold. This product is an informational page for those who have already purchased the unit.

If you're looking for an easy and economical way to turn your drafty fireplace into an efficient heat source, the Big Woods Hearthwarmer-II wood burning insert is your answer.

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The Hearthwarmer-II wood burning insert is designed to simply replace the grate in your existing masonry or zero-clearance fireplace, hassle free. With an attached blower that draws in cool air, circulates it through the hollow tubing of the heat exchanger, and is blows the warmed air out into your home, the Hearthwarmer is sure to increase the efficiency of your fireplace.

Features

  • Eco-friendly! Burns renewable fuel
  • Up to 40,000 BTU's/hr of warmth
  • Heat output of 400+ degrees
  • 100 CFM UL Listed variable blower with rheostat
  • Replaceable bar grate
  • Maintain the beauty of your fireplace without compromising the viewing area
  • Teddy MoldTM  thermally protective cover for the blower
  • Decorative andirons standard
  • Designed for EASY installation
  • 37" front grille standard
  • 3-Year Limited Warranty
  • Hand-crafted in the USA

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Specifications Big Woods Hearthwarmer-II
A Back Width B Front Width
Actual HW-II Dimensions 19" 31 1/2"
Minimum Firebox Dimensions 19 1/2" 32"
C Depth
Actual HW-II Dimensions 21"
Minimum Firebox Dimensions 21 1/2"

Big Woods Hearthwarmer-II Wood Burning Insert - Discontinued

Big Woods Hearthwarmer-II Wood Burning Insert - Discontinued

Big Woods Hearthwarmer-II Wood Burning Insert - Discontinued
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