Avalon Pendleton Wood Burning Stove Review

The Avalon Pendleton wood stove is a smaller stove ideal for providing sufficient heating for smaller areas such as cabins, mobile homes or simply a small sized area. This model features both radiant and convective heating to supply a hefty heating performance up to 64,200 BTUs/hr.

Owners very much enjoy this small stove, but if you’re in the market for one you’ll need to find a used unit as Avalon’s line of products are no longer for sale. If you’re looking to heat a small area you may want to scour eBay or craigslist for one since the owners seem to rave about the efficiency of the Pendleton.

Similar to the large Avalon models, the Pendleton is fitted with a single air control to alter the heat output with ease, making it a stove that is very simple to operate. This stove also comes with the option of multiple bases, including a pedestal base or more traditional leg style.

We Recommend: 

Drolet HT3000 on pedesta – High-Efficiency 2020 EPA Certified Wood Stove DB07300 – The HT3000 succeeds to The HT2000
  • Eligible for a $300 biomass stove tax credit ( www.hpba.org/Advocacy/Biomass-Stove-Tax-Credit )
  • Maximum heat output 110,000 BTU/h (32.2 kW)
  • EPA’s new standards – 1.32 g/h average particulate emissions rate

Other Features: 

  • Heating capacity of 600-1,200 square feet
  • Maximum burn time of 8 hours
  • Maximum 17″ log size
  • 1.3 cubic foot firebox
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Overall Performance:8
Efficiency:9
Ease of Use:8
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