Osburn, Wood and Pellet Stoves, Inserts and Fireplaces

SBI (the Osburn brand manufacturer) specializes in the design and manufacture of residential heating appliances using wood as the fuel source. Beyond Fire is the philosophy of not being afraid to take the lead or to stretch the boundaries. We believe great products define a great appliance manufacturer.

Osburn, Wood Inserts:

Use one of the many customizable wood inserts to increase the heating efficiency of an existing fireplace.

Osburn, Wood Stoves:

Traditional, contemporary, and modern styles are among the many options available in our portfolio of fully customized wood-burning stoves.

Osburn, Wood Fireplaces:

Zero clearance wood fireplaces provide timeless beauty and efficiency during those cold winter months.

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Q. How efficient are Osburn wood burning stoves?

A. Osburn wood fireplaces are known for their high efficiency ratings. Some models have efficiency ratings of up to 84%, which means that most of the heat produced by the fire is transferred to the room rather than being lost up the chimney.

Q. What type of wood should I use in my Osburn?

A. It is recommended to use well-seasoned hardwoods, such as oak, maple, or birch, in an Osburn wood fireplace. Avoid using softwoods, such as pine or spruce, as they can produce excessive creosote and can be a fire hazard.

Q. Can I use an Osburn as my primary heat source?

A. Yes, an Osburn wood fireplace can be used as a primary heat source. However, it is important to use the appropriate size and model of fireplace for your space to ensure maximum efficiency and safety.

Q. Is it safe to leave a fire burning in my Osburn overnight?

A. No, it is not safe to leave a fire burning in a wood fireplace overnight. Always extinguish the fire before going to bed or leaving the house.

Q. Can I customize the appearance of my Osburn?

A. Yes, Osburn offers a variety of customizable options for their wood fireplaces, including different finishes, trims, and door styles. You can choose the options that best suit your home decor and personal style.

Q. How long do Osburns last?

A. With proper maintenance and care, an Osburn wood fireplace can last for many years. The lifespan of the fireplace will depend on factors such as usage, maintenance, and environmental conditions.

Q. Do Osburns come with a warranty?

A. Yes, Osburn wood fireplaces come with a limited lifetime warranty, which covers defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service.

Q. Is my stove “CSA”, “UL”, or “ULC” approved?

A. All Osburn stoves are certified as per the latest CSA standards. Most of our stoves are tested by Warnock Hersey, an independent testing agency which role is to certify that our units comply with the security standards set by the CSA (Canadian Standard Association). This is why the certification plate at the back of our stoves reads “Warnock Hersey”. ULC (Underwriters Laboratories of Canada) is another independent testing agency.

Q. How do EPA certified stoves differ from non-EPA certified stoves?

A. In the case of EPA certified stoves, there are generally two air intakes on the stove: primary and secondary. The exhaust gases are mixed with secondary air, causing them to re-ignite and burn before going up the chimney. The result is a reduction in particulate emissions, as well as an increased burn time. Non-EPA wood stoves usually have only one air intake.

Q. What type of exhaust system do I need?

A. Your exhaust system is comprised of two main elements: a chimney and stove pipe. There are two types of chimneys: a Class A metal chimney or a masonry chimney. Class A chimneys are rated to withstand temperatures up to 2100F and are easy to install. The connector is made of steel and needs a minimum thickness of 24ga. You can also use double wall stove pipe that will enable you, in most cases, to reduce clearances to combustible material. The stove pipe cannot go through ceilings, closets, floors, or any other combustible partition. It is the chimney that goes through combustible partitions and that goes out to the exterior of the house, according to the chimney manufacturer’s specifications.

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