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WoodPro WS-TS-2000 EPA-Certified Wood Stove with Blower Heats up to 2,000 sq. ft.

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This WoodPro WS-TS-2000 Wood Stove provides high-efficiency heating to more sizable spaces. A 2 cubic foot firebox holds up to 21 inch logs and can deliver up to 10 hours of uninterrupted heating on a single load.

  • Up to 51,500 BTUs
  • Area Covered: Up to 2,000 sq. ft.
  • 27 in. x 25 in. x 30 in.
  • Flue Collar Size: 6 in. dia.
  • 100 CFM Variable SpeedBlower
  • 3 year limited warranty

NOTE: This product ships via over-the-road common carrier truck. Carrier destination shipping charges are included in the order shipping fee that will be displayed in the shopping cart. This product is delivered to the ground level exterior of your home and requires signature upon delivery. For more information, please refer to our Terms & Conditions.

Specification Description
Product Type: Wood Stoves
Flue Collar Size: 6 in.
Product Height: 30 in.
Power Type: Wood
Warranty: 3-Year Limited Warranty
Product Width: 27 in.
Area Covered: Up to 2,000 sq. ft.
Product Length: 25 in.
BTUs: Up to 51,500 BTUs
Log Size: 21 in.
Brand: WoodPro
Manufacturer Part Number WS-TS-2000
WoodPro WS-TS-2000 EPA-Certified Wood Stove with Blower Heats up to 2,000 sq. ft. is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from EPA compliant efficient stove Well constructed medium sized stove. Still learning this, "new style" wood heating. The re-burn tubes up top in the fire box severely limit the usable space for stoking. Only able to fit 3 quarter rounds of wood (10-14" Dia. log) at a time. But it will hold a fire overnight, and easily re-kindle it in the morning. So, what it lacks in (stoking) room, it makes up for with efficiency. In the past, one could fill a fire box with 5 or 6 quarter splits, get a good blaze going, then damp it down for the night. It was good practice to get a good hot blaze going to burn off most of the creosote that had accumulated overnight. But, and as the instructions note, now a "sweet spot" requires a little more patient study. It's a bit difficult to start. Then it has to establish a good burn that creates a strong draft, before throttling it back to a slower burn. Otherwise, the window and I'm assuming other areas, will soot up. But with a little more attention, you get to that sweet spot, and then can sit back and enjoy a nice, steady, long burn. The extra attention really only means that you're doing what a responsible stove user should have been doing all along; properly managing his/her resources. It should translate to less time spent on the roof with your chimney sweep's brush. The simplicity of the design should give many years of warmth.
Date published: 2018-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Little Stove That Could!! We bought this stove in 2014 and couldn't be happier... it probably paid for itself within the first two years. It heats our 2100 sf home with ease and the heater never comes on when using this stove. We absolutely love it. This will be our fourth winter and just now looking at replacing the bottom firebrick. This stove has performed well and is well built.
Date published: 2017-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great stove I bought this a month ago, and I'm so glad I did it's great
Date published: 2017-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product Well made, heavy duty product. It looks nice too! I can't wait for it to get cold enough to use. I installed mine in a workshop to help keep rescue/foster puppies warm.
Date published: 2017-10-19
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How much does it weigh?

Asked by: waynerf
315 pounds
Answered by: ElliottB
Date published: 2017-09-27

How far away does the back of the stove ( or the stove pie ) need to be away from the mobile wall ? , Also it would be on a interior wall !

Asked by: rjmanns47
You will need 12" from the back of the store, to the wall. You will need 18" for the side walls.
Answered by: ElliottB
Date published: 2017-01-25

Can this stove eghaust out the back of it

Asked by: Jaredwayne
It cannot exhaust out of the back.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2017-02-07

Does it have rear and side heat shields

Asked by: Smokin
Answered by: ElliottB
Date published: 2016-11-20

With this stove, what else exactly will be needed to have this installed completely, ie, backboard, stove pipes, adapter, floor protection, etc.,and can you please be specific--thank you.

Asked by: aida
To install a woodstove in a stick-built home, generally, you will need a wood stove and: -Class A rated wood stove chimney and chimney cap for through the attic and outside. We recommend 15 feet or more from the top of the stove to the top of the chimney. -A Type 2 hearth pad to protect the floor -Interior chimney pipe -Ceiling support box -Standard, grounded AC outlet for the included blower -We recommend a 4-inch outside air hose, especially in newer/tighter homes or in basement installations. Please refer to the installation manual for details and if you have further installation questions please contact our tech support hotline at: (877) 427-3316.
Answered by: WoodPro Stoves
Date published: 2017-10-27

How much does it weigh?

Asked by: Chris68
This stove weighs 304 pounds, on the pallet. To lighten the stove and make it easier when you are moving it into place, you can remove the packaging and pallet plus easily remove the cast iron front door by lifting it off the hinges.
Answered by: WoodPro Stoves
Date published: 2018-07-16

Does it have a ash pan

Asked by: riley04
An ash drawer is included.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2016-11-24

The instructions call for a 15 foot minimum height chimney. That would put the top of the chimney about 8 feet about 8 feet above the roof and 5 feet taller than it otherwise needs to be. Is there an alternate instructions for low ceilings and flat roof

Asked by: My Name is already used
In general, a wood stove chimney needs to be 3 feet higher than anything within 10 feet of the chimney but it sounds like you may have an installation with some extra things to consider. Can you call our Consumer Care tech hotline so we can ask some additional questions and make sure we understand your situation better before making a recommendation? Toll-free: (877) 427-3316.
Answered by: WoodPro Stoves
Date published: 2018-05-10
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