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Determine your stove size needs

Fill out the guidance form below to start the process with one of our wood stove advisors.

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Use our wood stove selector tool

Build your parts list to match your vision

Your advisor will help you determine all the parts you need for your specific installation.

Or use our chimney selector tool

Place your order

Your advisor will compile everything you need and send an invoice directly to your inbox.

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Confidently install your new Dwarf stove

Use our manuals & guides, videos & FAQ’s.
Don’t worry, we are still with you. Reach out at any time for personalized help from one of our tiny wood stove gurus.

Live the cozy life
There’s nothing quite like a real wood fire to make a small space feel like home.

We care about your project and have been where you are

All of our support guides were first customers! One of our experienced
guides will be in touch with you to get you warm and cozy as quickly as possible!



Elizabeth put a Dwarf 5kw in her skoolie home 4 years ago, and it’s keeping her and her family warm while she’s building their home in Northern Vermont.


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Codylived in his Tiny House for almost 8 years, and he upgraded his wood stove to the Dwarf 4kw for a longer burn time during central Oregon winters.


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Lucas installed a Tiny Wood Stove in his Tiny House, which he calls home if he’s not traveling the country in his van.



Heather got her Dwarf 4kw stove when she decided to settle down in Vermont in the RV she has been living in for the past 5 years.

Looking for More Information?

Is a wood stove right for my space?
Wood heat is dry (decreases humidity which can be an issue in small spaces), sustainable and affordable plus the ambiance is hard to beat. That said burning wood does come with certain trade-offs like lighting and managing a fire and sourcing/processing wood. If you’re looking for hands-off and still want the ambiance of flames check out our Gas Stove. For a more in-depth exploration of the pros and cons check out our article: Is Wood Heat Right for Me
What size stove do I need?
For most medium structures (< 250sqft) our Dwarf 4kw is a good option. That said there are many variables to consider when sizing a stove including usage, climate, and space efficiency. For a more accurate calculation checkout our Stove Selector that will take your space and suggest an appropriately sized stove. If you want a human to help you out feel free to contact us.
Do installation parts come with the stove? What parts do I need?
Since every space is different installation parts do not come with the stoves. We have base kits for different spaces then depending on your setup, you’ll need one or more additional pieces of chimney pipe. Chimney parts can be overwhelming so we made our Chimney Selector which will help you calculate exactly what you need for a strightforward installation. If you have a more involved installation or you just prefer human help, feel free to contact us.
Can I pick up chimney pipe from the hardware store?
Not likely. Because most household wood stoves us 6” diameter and larger chimney pipe, it can be hard to source the smaller diameters used by smaller wood stoves. You may find small diameter gas or pellet pipe at your local hardware store but appliances that use chimneys all have specific pipes based on flue gas temperatures. Gas and pellet appliances both have much lower exhaust temperatures compared to wood-burning stoves. Woodstove chimney and connector pipe is built to withstand potential chimney fires and are rated to temperatures 2x to 3x that of gas or pellet pipe. All our chimney pipes are built for the high exhaust temperatures of wood stoves. Check out our Chimney Selector to find the right parts for your installation.
How much will it all cost?
Like many projects, there is a vast range for the total cost. While price is an important factor, total value is what we recommend you focus on. While you can find a cheaper wood stove elsewhere, it’s wise to invest in the best solution upfront for a wood stove that will last a lifetime, will burn efficiently, and comes with support from a team of folks who live small just like you. Other than the height of your structure which impacts how much total chimney pipe you need, the choice to use a wall exit versus a roof exit is the biggest factor that will increase the cost of an installation. A typical roof exit installation with one of our stoves runs around $1500 while a wall exit installation is likely to run upwards of $2000. Got a vision for your installation and want to know how much it will cost? Try our Chimney Selector or contact us.
Should my pipe exit the roof or the wall? I don’t want to cut a hole in my roof!
Many folks are nervous about cutting a hole through their roof. It depends on your space. Generally speaking, roof exits function the best for the stove (you get the best draft) and are the most economical (cost the least) to install. There are some spaces where a wall exit may be the best option. Factors to consider when choosing an installation are budget, good draft, and aesthetics. Check out our article on Wood Stove Flue Design for more info on designing a chimney system.
How long will it burn?
Burn time depends on fuel quality, fuel quantity, and air settings. In general, you can expect 3KW 3-5hrs, 4KW 4-6hrs & 5KW 6-8hrs. We’ve gotten the best results with burn time using compressed logs. For more info check out our article on How to Make your Wood Stove Burn Longer.
What are the clearance requirements? How close to the wall/cabinet can I put my stove?
The stoves require 18” clearance from anything combustible and you can reduce this to 6” using a simple heat shield on the wall. You can also use our stove mounted heat shields to reduce the clearance to 9”. For more information check out our article Heat Shields for Clearance Reduction.
Why should I do business with you?
Tiny Living Community – While we sell the best small stoves and installation components for Tiny Spaces that’s only what we do. Why we do it is what we are passionate about. Our why is all about freedom. We’re tiny living people like you, working to live intentionally and to support others doing the same. We care about your journey, and can relate to the challenges you’re running into along the way.
Personal Support – Building or converting a small space is not an easy project! But you’re not alone. Whether you’re using our products or not, we’ll offer whatever help we can to help make your tiny living dreams a reality.
The Right Materials – We carry wood stoves and solid fuel rated flue parts that are specifically designed for small stoves. We’re familiar with the unique challenges of building structures, and we carry specialized parts to support compact and mobile installs. If you need something we don’t carry, we’ll tell you where to find it. And if you need help with an unusual or creative design, we’re here to help with that, too.
My structure is pretty airtight, do I need to consider something?
Consider using a direct air intake kit to bring fresh air into your firebox from outside. Wood stoves burning in small and tightly seal spaces can sometimes create a bit of a vacuum and suffer from lack of fresh air. You might find you have to open a window a bit to keep your fire burning well. A direct air intake fixes this problem by allowing you to keep your nice hot air inside by bringing its own fresh air in from outside.

You can access our extensive Knowledge Base of articles all about wood heat in small spaces.

Contact Us at any point along your journey and we are happy to help!

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