United States Stove Company is privately owned and operated with years of experience, hands down the longest and best in their industry. With 140 years and counting, they have people start their careers and then retire from their company after 30 plus years of service. The corporate facility is located in South Pittsburg, Tennessee, about 30 miles West of ...Read More
Great Price and Performance. I purchased our 5500M in 2013. Two winter heating seasons in and this baby keeps us toasty. We run it as our primary heat source to keep our electric bill from skyrocketing. Usually keep it on setting number 1 and it keeps the house at a perfect 70-72 degrees on days that are high 20's. Really cold nights (teens and single digits) we set it on 2 and it makes it comfortable. Unlike the expensive units this baby burns every pellet you put in it. Of course low quality pellets produce less BTUs but the 5500M even keeps the worst pellets burning. Sometimes you have no choice but to buy what is available. Our house is smaller than 2200 sq/ft so this unit can get the place real hot. But you should ALWAYS install heating or AC that will be more than you need.
Love the Stove. The only con I have is that my 5500m is way too loud. I had asked the sales person if it was loud and they said no. I have to turn my tv up the stove is 20 feet away and it just about drives me up the wall. Nothing worse than having a loud stove and a loud tv.. Other than the loudness, its great, love the hopper capacity and the asthetics of it.
very happy with US Stove Company model # 5660. When we first hooked up our pellet stove, it was very loud, called the company, explained the situation, and within a week we had a new convection blower, installed it last night and what a difference, so far so good, will keep you informed on performance as cold season approaches, thank you US Stove Company
King 5502M. I have owned many wood and this is the third pellet stove. My lid micro-switch wasn't making so intermittently it wouldn't start up (auger wasn't running). So stove would error out. This stove is simple, and seems to run well. Runs a long time with 120 lbs of pellets! Will do an update after my first winter season with it.
Ashley BCAC Coal Stove. I have owned this stove for 14 years now. Best investment I ever made $ for $. I burn only wood in mine and it heats the entire 2400 sf home from the basement. When adjusted all the way down with a full box it will heat the house at 70* plus, all night long with plenty of hot ambers left over for easy start in the morning.
Heats large room easy. We bought this about 2years ago. Didn't get to use it much the first year, but this January, we have had it stoked about two weeks straight, yes we go through wood, but it keeps my heater from running all the time, that's a "BIG" savings. When the power went out, I hooked up to the generator, and keep warm.
United States Stove Company is privately owned and operated with years of experience, hands down the longest and best in their industry. With 140 years and counting, they have people start their careers and then retire from their company after 30 plus years of service. The corporate facility is located in South Pittsburg, Tennessee, about 30 miles West of Chattanooga. Their parts department, engineering, and testing lab is located across the street from the corporate offices, where their call center is located. Manufacturing is located in Bridgeport, Alabama, about 7 miles from the main campus. They also have a plant is Eugene, Oregon and two smaller plants in Tennessee.
History. Wetter Manufacturing of Memphis, Tennessee (1864) and Perry Stove Works of Albany, New York (1869) are the two companies that make up what is now United States Stove Company. Perry had an abundance of natural resources like limestone, iron ore and coal and easy access to railway and water transportation. After a deadly boiler explosion in 1888, they sold to Wetter who combined their foundry with its own in St. Louis, both producing heating stoves and cooking ranges. In 1926 they reorganized as United States Stove Company.
For 37 years starting in 1937, three-quarters of the company’s volume was through Sears, mainly coal and wood kitchen ranges. In 1963, the “Franklin Fireplace” was designed to heat homes more efficiently, and by 1981, USSC was producing over 500 Franklin Stoves a day.