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  • Ashley Hearth AW1820E EPA Certified 1,800 sq. ft. Wood Stove Insert with Blower New
  • Ashley Hearth AW1820E EPA Certified 1,800 sq. ft. Wood Stove Insert with Blower New
  • Ashley Hearth AW1820E EPA Certified 1,800 sq. ft. Wood Stove Insert with Blower New
  • Ashley Hearth AW1820E EPA Certified 1,800 sq. ft. Wood Stove Insert with Blower New
  • Ashley Hearth AW1820E EPA Certified 1,800 sq. ft. Wood Stove Insert with Blower New
  • Ashley Hearth AW1820E EPA Certified 1,800 sq. ft. Wood Stove Insert with Blower New
  • Ashley Hearth AW1820E EPA Certified 1,800 sq. ft. Wood Stove Insert with Blower New
Ashley Hearth AW1820E EPA Certified 1,800 sq. ft. Wood Stove Insert with Blower New

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Ashley Hearth AW1820E EPA Certified 1,800 sq. ft. Wood Stove Insert with Blower New
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The Ashley Hearth Products AW1820E is an air tight fireplace insert that will greatly improve the efficiency of your fireplace. The AW1820E fireplace insert meets the stringent requirements of the EPA “Step 2” 2020 Certification Guidelines. With a heavy cast iron door with a cool touch wood handle, and an air washed ceramic glass that allows a magnificent view of the burning fire, it will be a beautiful addition to your existing hearth. It comes with the hearth surround to fully enclose the existing fireplace, and is equipped with a spring loaded automatic adjustment to make installation a breeze. 
Overview (Right Column)

Perfect for areas up to 1,800 sq. ft.

Brand new in box

Manufacturer direct shipping from TN

1 year parts, lifetime firebox warranty

Authorized US Stove dealer


Features (Left Column)
  • Large hearth surround - 31 In. x 44 In.
  • Over 75% efficient heating
  • Accepts logs up to 18" in length
  • Replaces Vogelzang model TR004 and the US Stove Company 2200IE fireplace insert
  • Adjustable high speed (100 CFM) blower included
Features (Right Column)
  • Heavy gauge 3/16" reinforced plate steel with firebrick lining
  • Cast iron feed door with large 16.5" x 9" ceramic glass window
  • 69,000 BTUs heats up to 1,800 Sq Ft
  • Meets all 2020 EPA Guidelines while burning cordwood
Product Specifications (Left Column)
Product EPA Approved Yes
Product Wood Or Pellet Burning Wood
Product Firebox Depth (in) 10.13
Product Built-In Variable Speed Blower No
Product Maximum BTU 69000
Product Heating Area (ft²) 1800
Product Vent Diameter (in) 6
Product Installation Method insert
Product Height (in) 22.33
Product Auto Ignition No
Product Catalytic/Non Catalytic Non Catalytic
Product Air Wash System Yes
Product Blower Yes
Product Pedestal Base Included No
Product Width (in) 27.53
Product Removable Water Reservoir No
Product Firebox Height (in) 9.87
Product Outside Air Kit No
Product Ignition System manual
Product Brick-Lined Firebox Yes
Product Package Contents insert, blower, owner's manual, warranty sheet
Product Venting Required Yes
Product Temperature Gauge No
Product ETL Listed No
Product UL Listed Yes
Product Ash Drawer No
Product Specifications (Right Column)
Product Material plate steel
Product Manufacturer Warranty Limited Lifetime firebox warranty, 1 Year all other parts, 1 year Electrical parts
Product Firebox Width (in) 20.25
Product Log Length (in) 18
Product Cooktop No
Product Vent Location Rear
Product CSA Certified No
Product Stove Type Insert
Product Color / Finish Metallic black
Product Efficiency 65.5
Product Depth (in) 20.2
Product Vented Or Vent-Free Vented
Package Weight 280
Package Width 35
Package Height 28.5
Assembled Depth (in) 20.2
Assembled Width (in) 26.5
Assembled Height (in) 22.33

Package Contents:

  • Insert
  • Blower
  • Owner's manual
  • Warranty sheet
WARRANTY
All replacement parts are covered for 1 year from the date of purchase. The integrity of the firebox itself has a limited lifetime warranty.
Manuals & Documentation

Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
64%
(9)
0%
(0)
29%
(4)
7%
(1)
0%
(0)
D
Drew Gentile
great stove

We put one of these in back in November in a fireplace where the old stove rusted out.

Summary review
We love it. It has a small firebox, so you need to learn how to start it well, but the upside is that it burns very efficiently. We generally don't burn more than 8 16 inch logs a day. It also looks very nice in the fireplace.

More details
all designs involve tradeoffs. We had an exisiting 8 inch insulated stainless steel flu. One contractor insisted on needing to take it out and replace it with a 6 inch flu. I have a background in engineering (though this is not my area of expertise) so I can appreciate the pluses and minuses. The 8 inch flu has almost twice the cross sectional area, so the energy required to move the whole column of cold air up and keep it drafing is higher than it would be for a 6 inch flu, so you have potentially a drafting problem. Our building code allows a reducing cone for 8 to 6 inches, and frankly it has not been an issue. (If you have a very tall chimney, though, you need the opinion of an expert - here the chimney sweep is probably more help than a salesman.) We consulted the local codes via our chimney sweep and had him install it. It was less than a two hour job.
Much more of an issue is the size of the firebox. To start a fire you just don't have the room to put cardboard, kindling and large logs in all at the same time. So you need to use either short logs (8 -10 inches) in a T-pee or you need at least three longer pieces that are more finely split, so 2 inches max approximately, and lay them with lots of air space. Leaving the door cracked slightly to allow lots of draft helps keep the heat up in the lighting phase. Once you have a bed of coals, it will start anything, and once a log or two are burning, you can close down the damper and you get a good deal of heat even when you don't see roaring flames. We are tending after the start up to put one large log on the coals at a time, occasionally when it's really cold, two.
The blower runs max 25 watts, measured with a meter, which is maybe .4 Kwh per day, or even at our .20/Kwh cost, you're talking less than $3 per month for the blower. So use it. The air washed window works pretty well. I do clean it off with water most days. Keeping the damper restricted reduces airflow and you do get some film, depending on what you're burning sometimes more, If you stay ahead of it, you can keep the glass clean. These EPA stoves are not your grandfather's pot belly stove that suck volumes of air and swallow all the wood you can throw in. So expect a bit of a learning curve if you have used the fireplace as a fireplace or you're used to the previous generation of wood stoves. Because of the small firebox, it is easy for things to fall out, so be sure you have fireproof hearth to meet code in front.
A word about delivery - big, heavy box on a pallet. We moved it from the drive to the door for the installers with the forks on our tractor because we could. The chimney sweep and his partner were able to get it in the door through the mud room and into the fireplace, but they have a lot of experience with stoves. The freight company was able to get it off the truck, but they didn't have the equipment to move the pallet once it was on the driveway. So plan ahead. would have loved to put in a picture, but the upload isn't working.

P
Phil Finch
Made in China

A less expensive fireplace insert, and for good reason. It is “so very EPA certified” and approved for California it’s actually difficult to get a fire established without leaving the door open a crack until the fire is burning well. I’ve owned seven wood stoves of different brands over the last 50 years. Possibly I miss-read the advertising literature, but I thought it was supposed to have been manufactured in Canada. Is there a city in China named Canada? Sticker on the back says made in China. The Californiakated air intake port is “cute,” about an inch in diameter for full burning mode. Pros: It heats my living room. Cons: see above comments. Keep shopping. . . Elsewhere.

K
Kevin S.
Great stove!

I live in the northeast and wanted a wood stove as a backup for my liquid propane. The effectiveness and ambiance of the stove is so pleasant, the propane may end up being the backup for this :)

B
Bradford Edwards
Design Flaws

This stove does put out some heat. The glass door is nice, and with a decent draft it should stay fairly clean. Instead of a variable speed blower, add an ash pit tray and a grate. Also, the firebrick was cracked when it arrived. Spaces between the brick are so large, the metal back of the stove could be seen. Solution: Refractory (Rutland) cement in a tube! The door handle can get really hot, so something different should be done here.

N
Nita Burks

love it

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Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
64%
(9)
0%
(0)
29%
(4)
7%
(1)
0%
(0)
D
Drew Gentile
great stove

We put one of these in back in November in a fireplace where the old stove rusted out.

Summary review
We love it. It has a small firebox, so you need to learn how to start it well, but the upside is that it burns very efficiently. We generally don't burn more than 8 16 inch logs a day. It also looks very nice in the fireplace.

More details
all designs involve tradeoffs. We had an exisiting 8 inch insulated stainless steel flu. One contractor insisted on needing to take it out and replace it with a 6 inch flu. I have a background in engineering (though this is not my area of expertise) so I can appreciate the pluses and minuses. The 8 inch flu has almost twice the cross sectional area, so the energy required to move the whole column of cold air up and keep it drafing is higher than it would be for a 6 inch flu, so you have potentially a drafting problem. Our building code allows a reducing cone for 8 to 6 inches, and frankly it has not been an issue. (If you have a very tall chimney, though, you need the opinion of an expert - here the chimney sweep is probably more help than a salesman.) We consulted the local codes via our chimney sweep and had him install it. It was less than a two hour job.
Much more of an issue is the size of the firebox. To start a fire you just don't have the room to put cardboard, kindling and large logs in all at the same time. So you need to use either short logs (8 -10 inches) in a T-pee or you need at least three longer pieces that are more finely split, so 2 inches max approximately, and lay them with lots of air space. Leaving the door cracked slightly to allow lots of draft helps keep the heat up in the lighting phase. Once you have a bed of coals, it will start anything, and once a log or two are burning, you can close down the damper and you get a good deal of heat even when you don't see roaring flames. We are tending after the start up to put one large log on the coals at a time, occasionally when it's really cold, two.
The blower runs max 25 watts, measured with a meter, which is maybe .4 Kwh per day, or even at our .20/Kwh cost, you're talking less than $3 per month for the blower. So use it. The air washed window works pretty well. I do clean it off with water most days. Keeping the damper restricted reduces airflow and you do get some film, depending on what you're burning sometimes more, If you stay ahead of it, you can keep the glass clean. These EPA stoves are not your grandfather's pot belly stove that suck volumes of air and swallow all the wood you can throw in. So expect a bit of a learning curve if you have used the fireplace as a fireplace or you're used to the previous generation of wood stoves. Because of the small firebox, it is easy for things to fall out, so be sure you have fireproof hearth to meet code in front.
A word about delivery - big, heavy box on a pallet. We moved it from the drive to the door for the installers with the forks on our tractor because we could. The chimney sweep and his partner were able to get it in the door through the mud room and into the fireplace, but they have a lot of experience with stoves. The freight company was able to get it off the truck, but they didn't have the equipment to move the pallet once it was on the driveway. So plan ahead. would have loved to put in a picture, but the upload isn't working.

P
Phil Finch
Made in China

A less expensive fireplace insert, and for good reason. It is “so very EPA certified” and approved for California it’s actually difficult to get a fire established without leaving the door open a crack until the fire is burning well. I’ve owned seven wood stoves of different brands over the last 50 years. Possibly I miss-read the advertising literature, but I thought it was supposed to have been manufactured in Canada. Is there a city in China named Canada? Sticker on the back says made in China. The Californiakated air intake port is “cute,” about an inch in diameter for full burning mode. Pros: It heats my living room. Cons: see above comments. Keep shopping. . . Elsewhere.

K
Kevin S.
Great stove!

I live in the northeast and wanted a wood stove as a backup for my liquid propane. The effectiveness and ambiance of the stove is so pleasant, the propane may end up being the backup for this :)

B
Bradford Edwards
Design Flaws

This stove does put out some heat. The glass door is nice, and with a decent draft it should stay fairly clean. Instead of a variable speed blower, add an ash pit tray and a grate. Also, the firebrick was cracked when it arrived. Spaces between the brick are so large, the metal back of the stove could be seen. Solution: Refractory (Rutland) cement in a tube! The door handle can get really hot, so something different should be done here.

N
Nita Burks

love it

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