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27 Pine St, Wakefield, RI 02879
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Phone: (401) 783-6334
Our experience with Fireside Stove Shoppe has been great! From our initial contact with Mr. Debar, to our stove installation, it was a top notch experience. John, is a very courteous, professional, and pleasant person to work with. He is very patient, and extremely informative. Anyone with the desire to purchase the best products available at the most competitive prices definitely need to consider a appointment with John for one of his live demonstrations. Our new wood stove has been burning virtually non stop since it was installed and the results have been amazing. No smoke coming from our chimney and virtually no ash is being left as a result of this “flash combustion” technology which consumes even the smoke! Thanks again to John Debar and his team of Pros at Fireside in Wakefield RI! Truly a great guy, with an amazing product! Thank You!
Not sure what AllNighter's problem is. Weekdays, I normally load my Canyon only 3 times per day, a full load before leaving for work to keep my pugs warm all day, a half load or so (depends how cold it is outside) when I get home from work for the evening and another full load for over night. Unless it's extremely cold, the boiler never comes on at all.
The Canyon puts out incredible heat and is almost impossible to over-fire. AND I save thousands per year in heating cost. I highly recommend this stove.
I just read the other review from "allnighter" and my wife and I have the same Canyon ST310 Lennox stove he has. I respectfully disagree with most of his statements. We have a 3,500 sf home and bought our stove from John Debar. Not only did we get a great heavy duty state of the art stove, we also got an education as well. I have been burning wood all my life, but I learned many things about new stove technology that changed our approach to wood burning. I took the time to read about the airtight plate steel design and I also fully understand how the new stainless steel afterburner tubes operate. It's incredible. No smoke. Our neighbors thought we didn't burn last year, saying they never saw a wisp of smoke. We used well seasoned red oak and white oak firewood, cut to 16", and split smaller than usual. It is easier to manage, lighter weight, and we use less wood. We front load the stove packed to the gills and tweek down the air intake to slow down the burn. The amount of heat is fantastic. We load before bedtime and the burn lasts until morning. Without the wood stove, we spent $4,500.00 on #2 home heating oil and propane for the 2010/2011 heating season. We were cold and wore sweaters all winter. We installed the Lennox in 2011 for the 2011/2012 heating season. In all fairness it was a milder winter than the year before, but the stove was more than adequate to heat our entire home, all winter. Our oil consumption was zero. Nothing. Didn't burn one single drop of oil. We were warm and cozy all winter, walking around the house in our underwear. So, we are very satisfied with our purchase and with a little education added in, we are now have an abundant source of very low cost heat.
I bought the Largest Lennox stove to replace my 40 yr old All Nighter, what a mistake. This stove is rated to heat 3500 sq. ft. and can't heat a 1200 sq. ft. like my All Nighter did. Plain and simple these newer stoves Do Not produce the heat like the older stoves....... How can they the fireboxes Will Not hold the wood, they are small and insufficient thus giving you a short life fire. The size of wood I have to use now would be considered kindlin wood for my All Nighter. The demonstration Mr. Debar gives is with pallett wood which burns hot and fast giving you the impression the stove will give you tremendous heat...... FALSE cause when it comes to a real peice of wood you'd think it would last longer.. False this stove is a "Wood Hog" and if you don't mind tending the stove every couple hrs to keep a good fire going ( damper opened full and lots of heat wasted up chimney) and you like watching a fire then this stove is for you..If your looking to actually heat your house with wood I wouldn't recommend it. Gotta laugh Mr. Debar talks about so many satisfied customers well I suggest he puts some reviews on his web page if so many are satisfied cause I don't see ANY reviews on the Lennox saying it's good or bad, naturally Lennox and their dealers are gonna pump it up. Sure I love it, I'd love to sell it next year after I replace it with a real wood stove, my 40 year old REPAIRED All Nighter....