Dwarf Gas Fireplace Heater

$999.00

We are excited to announce the upcoming Dwarf Gas Stove! This small propane gas fireplace heater is made specifically for small & micro spaces like tiny houses, buses, camper vans, RV’s, and boats. We are obviously fans of wood heat, but a thermostat controlled gas heater certainly has its place in tiny living!

We are in the prototyping phase of the Dwarf Gas Stove and are working to have this model live soon. Fill out our feedback survey below to help us with design feedback, plus get early savings when this stove is available.

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At Tiny Wood Stove, we’re obviously fans of wood heat.  But we also love the convenience of a thermostatically controlled gas heater in tiny and off-grid homes. Introducing the Dwarf Gas Stove.  A small propane fireplace with a classic wood stove aesthetic.

Use the Dwarf Gas heater as a primary heating and cooking appliance, or as a supplement to your Dwarf Wood Stove.  The direct vent design feeds and exhausts from outside, so there’s no moisture buildup or oxygen depletion in your living space.  The thermostatically controlled burner keeps your home warm while you’re away, or heats overnight at the push of a button.  And the visible flame and ceramic gas log set add the ambiance of a real fire to your space.

DWARF GAS FIREPLACE DESIGN CRITERIA

Output: 5000-7000btu

Fuel: Propane (LPG)

Direct-Vent (fully sealed from the interior environment)

Thermostat Controlled

Wall or Floor Mount

Small Cooktop for light cooking or a small tea kettle

Large window for viewing flames

Affordable < $1000

Dwarf Gas Prototype 1.0

We are currently testing our first prototype of the Dwarf Gas stove and we want to hear your feedback!  Check out the video and the pictures of the Dwarf Gas in action.  Fill out the survey below to let us know what you think, and to get updates and special offers on the Dwarf Gas as soon as it’s available.

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  1. Question

    Jan

    Any idea when this wonderful stove will be available?

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    • Dan

      Dan

      We still have a lot of work to do for product development, testing, and manufacturing, but we’re hoping to have it ready to go for the 2021/2022 heating season.

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    • Josie

      Will there be an option for a top vent?

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    • Dan

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      Josie-

      Yes, while we’re still finalizing the design, but we’re planning to have a top and a rear vent option to give you the most flexible possible installation options.

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    • joel chevrier

      I’d take one with a blower and wireless thermostat. Would be perfect in my backyard studio.

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    • Dan

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      Joel-

      We’re definitely planning on a thermostat. The initial model won’t have a blower since we’re trying to keep it as off-grid friendly as possible. However, you could use a heat powered stove fan on top, or we may offer an electric blower accessory as an add-on in the future.

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    ACE MOSES

    dose it have a blower? or can you add one?

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    • Dan

      Dan

      We’re not planning on including a blower for the initial offering. We want the Dwarf Gas to be as off-grid friendly as possible, and a blower would require significant electricity to run. However, we might offer a blower as an aftermarket upgrade in the future for folks who want one.

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    • Jack

      It would be great to be able to to use a gas “insert” in an existing dwarf stove. Any plans for that? We have an off-grid bus with a dwarf stove and want to start doing short term rental. It’s seems like too much to expect random people to know how to build and maintain a fire, so a gas option would be nice without having to change out the stove.

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    • Dan

      Dan

      Jack-

      Yes, we actually are tinkering around with that idea. The Dwarf Gas standalone gas stove is our first venture into building a propane stove, but we are looking at offering a gas burner insert for the standard Dwarf stove as a side-project. Unfortunately, I don’t have any kind of information about when or if that insert will ever be available, since we’re just in the tinkering stage.

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    • Frances

      Maybe add as an option a heat powered fan to set on top..

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    • Charlie

      I want one! Do you know permitting status on this type of propane burner? I think in MA there will be a high hurdle to permit it, and it might need to draft through the roof line and/or have high clearances to windows – not an easy task in a 15 foot square cabin. Need to go with permits as a commercial campground facility… really love the soapstone lid and hope you can find something as beautiful to replace it if you can’t ship with that.

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    • Dan

      Dan

      Charlie-

      Since all building codes are local, you’ll need to check with the local authority having jurisdiction (the inspector or permit office) for specific rules about placement, venting, etc. However, we are planning to have the propane fireplace UL tested and listed for residential spaces, so it’s likely that the code will defer to the manufacturer’s recommendations for most of the installation details.

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    • Sarah

      Will this be capable of running without any electricity at an off-grid tiny house/cabin? If it does use power, how much?

      To Dan’s comment- an eco fan works great with no electricity!

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    • Dan

      Dan

      The thermostat is going to need a small battery to operate, but nothing that would require it to be plugged into the wall. We’re designing it specifically with off-grid spaces in mind, so not having an external power source is no problem!

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  3. Question

    Jamie

    Hello! Any updates on availability for this winters heating season?

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    • Dan

      Dan

      Jamie-

      Thanks for the message. As of today (September 2021), we’re still working on refining our round 2 prototype. We’re definitely not going to have the Dwarf Gas available for the 2021/2022 heating season. We’re hoping to have production going in time for the 2022/2023 heating season. Be sure to fill out the form if you’d like email updates as soon as we have news about the project.

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