900 Sq. Ft. Log Wood Stove – 2020 EPA Certified

900 Sq. Ft. Log Wood Stove – 2020 EPA Certified

The US Stove Company US1269E is a rustic, heavy duty, cast iron constructed, wood stove that is ideal for any rugged outdoorsman, those with a nostalgic taste, or someone simply looking for reliable, cost efficient, heating. Inside this rugged exterior is a modern 2020 EPA certified stove providing a clean burning heating solution. It is perfect for log cabins, large garages and shops. This stove is durability defined. Tested and certified to U.L.. 1482 by Warnock Hersey international for greater peace of mind and safety assurance. It has unequaled life expectancy and is easy to use. The US1269E replaces previous US Stove model 1269E wood stove.

  • Model #: US1269E

  • Features
    • Meets all 2020 EPA Guidelines while burning cordwood
    • 54,000 BTUs heats up to 900 Sq. Ft.
    • 2-Piece safety handle remains cool while the stove is burning
    • Heavy duty cast iron construction provides classic style with modern technology
    • Accepts logs up to 19" in length
    • Not approved for use in mobile or modular homes
    • Integrated cooking surface on top
    • Replaces US Stove Company previous model 1269E
  • Specifications
    Air Wash System No
    Ash Drawer No
    Auto Ignition No
    Blower No
    Brick-Lined Firebox No
    Built-In Variable Speed Blower No
    CSA Certified No
    Catalytic/Non Catalytic Non Catalytic
    Color / Finish Flat black
    Cooktop Yes
    Depth (in) 33
    EPA Approved Yes
    ETL Listed No
    Efficiency 67.4
    Firebox Depth (in) 18.19
    Firebox Height (in) 10.91
    Firebox Width (in) 10
    Heating Area (ft²) 900
    Height (in) 25.6
    Ignition System manual
    Installation Method floor unit
    Log Length (in) 19
    Manufacturer Warranty 1 Year limited warranty against manufacturing defects
    Material cast iron
    Maximum BTU 54000
    Outside Air Kit No
    Package Contents cast iron wood stove, owner's manual, warranty sheet
    Pedestal Base Included No
    Removable Water Reservoir No
    Stove Type Freestanding
    Temperature Gauge No
    UL Listed Yes
    Vent Diameter (in) 6
    Vent Location Top
    Vented Or Vent-Free Vented
    Venting Required Yes
    Width (in) 21.89
    Wood Or Pellet Burning Wood
  • Dimensions
    Assembled Depth (in) 33
    Assembled Height (in) 23
    Assembled Width (in) 18.5
    Package Depth 29.5
    Package Height 21.8
    Package Weight 142
    Package Width 14.8
  • Other
    Does this Product Have a Warranty? Yes
    Information Effective Date 01/20/2020
    MFG Brand Name US Stove Company
    MFG Model # (Series) US1269E
    Manufacturer Warranty 1 Year limited warranty against manufacturing defects
    UPC 012685005706
    Warranty Type Limited - Parts and Labor
  • Regulatory
    California Proposition 65 Warning Required Yes
    Contains Chemicals that Cause Birth Defects (Calif Prop65) Yes
    Contains Chemicals that Cause Cancer (Calif Prop65) Yes
    Hazardous per DOT No
    Item has Restrictions? No
    List the Chemicals contained that cause Birth Defects per California Proposition 65 carbon monoxide
    List the Chemicals contained that cause Cancer per California Proposition 65 carbon monoxide
  • FAQs
    • Where do I get support for my product?
      Visit our Support Area for support options.
    • What is my warranty?
      All replacement parts are covered for 1 year from the date of purchase. The integrity of the firebox itself is covered for 3 years from the purchase date. Some dealers may sell extended warranties. You will need to contact your dealer for assistance if you have purchased one and are outside of the US Stove coverage time frame.
    • Can I burn corn in my pellet stove?
      No, you cannot burn corn in your pellet stove. The pellet stove was designed and tested for wood pellets only. Burning corn in your stove will void your warranty and may create a safety hazard or cause damage to your stove. You should only burn premium hard wood pellets in your pellet stove. The only exception to this rule is if your stove is specially equipped to burn corn like the 6041 Series stoves. These stoves come with an agitator and a special burn pot to allow them to burn corn and other bio-fuels.
    • What are the slides in the back wall or in the bottom of the firebox for?
      They are clean-outs for the ash build up. These should be cleaned out AT LEAST every burning season or for every ton of pellets burned. You should check them periodically to ensure there’s not a lot of ash build-up. This will greatly affect the performance of your pellet/corn stove!
    • Do I need a Fresh Air Kit?
      This will depend on how air tight the home/building is. If it is very air tight, negative pressure can form and interfere with the proper functioning of the stove. If the unit is installed in a mobile/manufactured home, the fresh air kit is REQUIRED!
Document File Type File Size Product
US1269E - Warranty application/pdf 101 KB Download
US1269E - Use and Care Manual application/pdf 4 MB Download
  • Where do I get support for my product?
    Visit our Support Area for support options.
  • What is my warranty?
    All replacement parts are covered for 1 year from the date of purchase. The integrity of the firebox itself is covered for 3 years from the purchase date. Some dealers may sell extended warranties. You will need to contact your dealer for assistance if you have purchased one and are outside of the US Stove coverage time frame.
  • Can I burn corn in my pellet stove?
    No, you cannot burn corn in your pellet stove. The pellet stove was designed and tested for wood pellets only. Burning corn in your stove will void your warranty and may create a safety hazard or cause damage to your stove. You should only burn premium hard wood pellets in your pellet stove. The only exception to this rule is if your stove is specially equipped to burn corn like the 6041 Series stoves. These stoves come with an agitator and a special burn pot to allow them to burn corn and other bio-fuels.
  • What are the slides in the back wall or in the bottom of the firebox for?
    They are clean-outs for the ash build up. These should be cleaned out AT LEAST every burning season or for every ton of pellets burned. You should check them periodically to ensure there’s not a lot of ash build-up. This will greatly affect the performance of your pellet/corn stove!
  • Do I need a Fresh Air Kit?
    This will depend on how air tight the home/building is. If it is very air tight, negative pressure can form and interfere with the proper functioning of the stove. If the unit is installed in a mobile/manufactured home, the fresh air kit is REQUIRED!