Get this powerful house heating stove with amazing efficiency that will not only keep you warm but save you money too.
- Stove Dimensions: 34-1/4" W x 23-3/16" H x 28-7/8" D
- Minimum Fireplace Dimensions: 31-3/4" W x 23-1/2" H x15-1/2" D
- Freestanding Clearance to Combustibles*: 16" check (Corner) - 23" (Rear) - 24" (Side)
- Heat Capacity: 1,800 - 3,200 Sq. Feet
- EPA Tested Output BTUs/Hour: 50,400
- Efficiency: 86%
The Buck Stove Model 91 catalytic is Buck Stove's most popular selling wood stove. This stove can be used as a masonry fireplace insert, or a freestanding stove. The Model 91 easily accepts 21" logs. This stove produces 50,400 BTU's and can heat up to 3,200 square feet. This stove features a factory installed 185CFM blower, high efficiency heat exchanger, ash removal tray and over-sized ceramic glass door with an air wash system. Personalize the stove with optional gold and pewter window and door trims.
This stove high efficiency means that the wood you burn will go a lot further. Get better heating out of less wood with this model. Choose your choice of legs to suite the décor of your home.
- Emissions Grams/Hour: 1.2
- Firebox Volume: 4.4 Cubic Feet
- Max Firewood Length: 22" (front to back) 23"(side to side)
- Flu Size: 8"
- Weight: 620 Lbs
- This model comes with an ashpan
- This model comes with a 185CFM blower
- Heard Pad Size 50" W x 54" D***
** Model 91 is tested with only double wall pipe ADD- FOR FREESTANDING APPLICATIONS ONLY
*** Hearth pad size listed is the minimum size required for vertical vent installations
This Wood Stove is Eligible for the 26% Tax Credit Program for Wood & Pellet Stoves!
The wood burning furnace, pellet stove, home heating or hot water system must be purchased and installed:
- Between January 1, 2021 and December 31, 2023
- It must burn biomass fuel, such as wood pellets, wood chips, or cordwood
- Run at 75% efficiency heating value or higher and meet EPA standards
- The tax credit is applied toward the total purchase and installation cost of your new or upgraded home heating system on your tax form
Note: The former Sec. 25(C) credit for biomass stoves was eliminated in this spending legislation and pandemic relief package. The Sec. 25(C) tax credit may still be claimed on your 2020 tax return for qualifying purchases and installations completed before December 31, 2020. Check with your tax professional for details.
Claiming this credit:
- Purchase a qualifying wood or pellet stove that meets the efficiency and biomass standards.
- You must be a homeowner and file your 2021 taxes to receive the tax credit savings.
- Retain the receipts from your purchase as well as the manufacturer certificate stating the stove qualifications.
- Claim this tax credit when you file your federal taxes on IRS form 5695 under “Residential Energy Efficient Property Credit “.
For more information, please check out:
The Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association or Irs.gov