Halligan’s Hearth and Home has a great selection of modern freestanding heating stoves. Available in a variety of materials such as cast iron, soapstone and steel, we have stoves fueled by wood pellets and wood.
Don’t have an existing chimney or fireplace available in your home to vent a stove?
Current safe venting options allow stoves to be installed wherever you choose. Halligan’s dedicated and highly-trained installation professionals make sure that your stove’s installation is done safely.
When you visit Halligans, be sure to bring in a picture of your current fire feature OR where you want to add your stove appliance to share with us during your consultation. Also, download directions on How-to Measure your current fireplace or the space where you want your new stove to go. This information is helpful in providing the best recommendations for your new fire feature.
- Benefits: Natural and available. Wood can supplement furnace usage and reduce heating costs up to 30%.
- Fire Characteristics: Expect robust, steady fires. Our wood products deliver powerful heating performance and efficiency.
- Fire Starting: Paper, kindling, and a fire-starting log are effective.
- Type of Heat: Adding more fuel will immediately increase convective heat. Radiant heat will remain steady.
- Fuel Storage & Handling: Dry storage is important. A cord of wood is stacked 4'x4'x8'. On average, a 1,500 sq. ft. home will typically require 2-4 cords per season.
- Benefits: Low particulate emissions due to high burn efficiency and density of the fuel.
- Fire Characteristics: Most pellet units have much higher combustion and heating efficiencies.
- Fire Starting: Some units have automatic ignition while others need you to manually light the pellets.
- Type of Heat: Adding more fuel will increase convective heat. Radiant heat will remain steady.
- Fuel Storage & Handling: Dry storage is suggested. Pellet fuel is normally sold in 40-pound bags. Normal usage is 3-4 tons a year, about 150 - 200 bags.