The Timberwolf 2200 Economizer Wood Stove provides an economical solution to rising costs of home heating. This clean burning, cost effective stove delivers the reliable heat you need. With outstanding efficiencies, a solid cast iron arched door and an impressive viewing area makes this wood Timberwolf stove a perfect choice for your home or cottage. This Timberwolf wood burning stove is designed to meet EPA clean burning emission standards. Wolf Steel manufactures
EcoGreen Products provide customers with the utmost in comfort and safety both in their homes and in the environment. Both non and renewable natural resources are better utilized by heating only the specific occupied area of the home. The carbon cycle of this wood stove is minimal and is considered a Timberwolf EPA approved product heats your home more efficiently and with less impact on the environment than any other heating fuel option.
- 25 year warranty
- 8 hour burn
- 65,000 BTUs heat output
- Efficiency: 86%
- EPA clean burning emissions standards
Read the Details
- Color: Black
- Fuel Type: Wood
- Heating Capacity: 1500 - 2000 sq. ft. | Under 1500 sq. ft.
- Flue Location: Top
- EPA Approved: Yes
- Washington State Approved: Yes
- Certification: EPA Certified
- Type: Wood Stove
- Height: 31 3/8"
- Width: 26"
- Depth: 24 5/8"
- Material: Steel
- Heating Square Footage: 800 - 2,000 sq. ft.
- Maximum Heat Output: 65,000 BTUs
- Firebox Width: 20 7/8"
- Firebox Depth: 11 5/8"
- Firebox Height: 11 5/8"
- Firebox Volume: 1.9 cu. ft.
- Log Size: 18"
- Venting Diameter: 6"
- Burn Time: 8 hours
- Combustion Technology: Non-Catalytic
- Efficiency: 86%
- Cooktop: No
- Blower Included: No
- Emissions: 2.25 grams per hour
very pleased with this company. customer service was great. recieved product delivered to the door 4 days early. keep up the nice work, thanks.
A Good Wood Stove
Before purchasing this stove, I researched many makes & models of most manufacturers to best understand quality, design, functions, usage, ratings, price ranges, etc. Research is important to me. This Timberwolf is made by Napoleon Stoves out of Canada. It is a lower quality stove compared to Napoleon stoves in the sense that it does not have any 'bells & whistles' and that some of the inner components are made of different material. However, the core design is the same as the higher end stoves. (I spoke with a company engineer to get his perspective. He was very helpful.) As stated in the paperwork, it takes 4-6 fires to season the stove as there is condensation in both the bricks and stove. But after the season period, it produces great heat as desired. In my opinion, there is no reason to pay tons of money in a stove unless people want aesthetically appealing 'extra features'. Note, the pipes needed, hearth & installation will cost about the same as this stove, so plan accordingly. Other than the hearth that I built myself, I purchased all the pipes from Woodland Direct and received great customer support as well as 10% off the total price.
First, we would like to greatly thank Amy and Taryn in customer service. They were both extremely personable, helpful and competent while readily addressing our wood stove problem. We had to have 4 stoves delivered before we could accept one due to the shipping damages that the stoves endured. After the 4th one arrived, it was the least damaged of them all with a couple scratches and broken glass in the door. Taryn sent a new door and paint and finally, we had our stove....now the remodeling begins. We are looking forward to installing this efficient stove. If I could have scored 10 on the customer service, I would have, and on the other hand, product packaging scores 1, the stoves need to be packaged better and strapped well on larger pallets, so forklifts can't slam into the stove sides (with the smaller pallets).
the legs a razor sharp the leveling feet were not included the welds are good
not sure it will work
I was able to use stove once or twice and both times had to leave the door loose in order to burn, when closing door tight, you could see the flame just die out from lack of air, not sure these dampers systems are really any good, did take cover off, cause it sit right on top of door
not a bad stove the brick on the bottom [below the door] didn't fit, I had to file a groove [2 bricks] , because of a weld that sticks out side to side there is a gap of almost an inch [1/2" on each side], sure it gets covered by the side bricks the damper is sticky the door seal leaks
The Wood fire Stove cost was less then $1000 but to install with the correct duck work is over $2500 by a professional and none of the bucking was apart of the kit. This is not and easy install and was very disappointed. I would warn everyone that they will be looking at three time the cost for a wood burning stove VERY NEGATIVE
Great stove and does what it claims. Real performer!