Pellet Stove Review: Timber Ridge
One of the more affordable pellet stoves, the Timber Ridge Pellet Stove is an excellent choice for heating a home of up to 1500sq feet. It is efficiently designed and compact in size, with a capacity of 40lbs.
Features & Benefits
- Built in blower system with 9 different settings
- BTU Output – 42,000
- Safe, simple one-touch auto ignition
- Easy to use control board
- 40lb capacity
- Brass window trim
- 3 inch flue
- EPA certified
Why Choose The TimberRidge Pellet Stove?
- It’s small and compact so doesn’t take up much space
- Saves money on other types of heating (e.g. heating oil) but also burns less pellets than a standard wood pellet stove.
- Excellent reliability – this pellet stove should last for years.
- More affordable than many of the bigger heaters that heat an area of a similar size.
How much does it cost?
We shopped around to find the best deals and the lowest prices and we ended our search at NorthernTool.com. Here you can currently save $250 on the TimberRidge Pellet Stove, which is a massive reduction and only available for a limited time. To find the current price at this store click here.
Do I need anything else?
As always, the only other item you will need to purchase is the pellets, available at a reduced cost of just $4.99 per 40lb bag at NorthernTool.com.
The TimberRidge Pellet Stove comes with a 12 month limited parts warranty but no labor. You can purchase an 1 year Extended Warranty Repair Plan which covers 100% parts and labor, and unlimited number of repairs for just $99.99. This isn’t necessary, but a lot of people do purchase it for peace of mind.
For such a small capacity (just 40lbs) this pellet stove really throws out some amazing heat. It has 9 heat settings, and can easily heat an area of up to 1500sq ft. That’s pretty impressive considering its size. Although small, it’s stylish and efficiently designed. Not only that but it’s cheaper to buy than many other models with a similar output. It’s also cheaper to run as it burns less pellets, so a bag of pellets should last for at least a day.
If you’re interested in learning just how well pellet stoves heat a space and how they work, here’s an older video that’s still relevant and very informative: