In 1973, Bob Fisher designed and built the first Fisher Stove as a replacement for his old-fashioned, inefficient fireplace. Soon, neighbors and friends were clamoring for Fisher Stoves™ for their own homes. The Fisher Stoves™ went on to sell over half a million units, heating homes not just in America, but around the world. Today, almost 40 years later, there are thousands of original Fisher Stoves™ still in use, a testament to the craftsmanship and quality of the Fisher brand.
Times have changed since the original Fisher Stoves™ were produced, and homes are more expensive to heat than ever before. However, trees remain a renewable, cost-effective, dependable source of energy. Save money and stay warm the new, re-imagined line of Fisher Stoves™.
Fisher Stoves Smoke-Free models Mama Bear & Papa Bear are still setting the standard for home heating. Designed to be almost smoke free. These Bears are environmentally friendly & almost maintenance free
Unlike the simple combustion of other furnaces, the Fisher Stoves™ pressurizes the inner fire chambers and uses a gasification process known as ‘pyrolysis’ to break the wood down to yield charcoal, tars and wood oils and gases. Higher temperatures in the fire chamber, coupled with precision air delivery, turn the elements into clean heat. This means more heat to use with little to no smoke. That's a Fisher.
Fisher Stoves™ are proudly built in the USA for tough heating jobs.
|"The Other Guys"
|Cleaning-Out Of Ashes||Weekly||Once a Month|
|Turning The Ashes For Air Flow||Daily||NEVER|
|Fire Tube Cleaning||Weekly||No Tubes to Clean|
|Combustion System Clogging
|Wood Bridging - The Fire Goes Out||Common||NEVER|
|Requires Small Split Wood||Common||NEVER|
|Use Of Propane Pre-Starter||Common||Not Needed|
Why settle for less than the best?
|Mama Bear||Papa Bear|
|Fire Box Depth||44"||48"|
|Fire Box Diameter (Round ID)||28"||36"|
|Door Size||21" x 16"||23.5" x 19"|
|Approximate Weight||2,400 lbs||2,950 lbs|
|Water Capacity||110 gal.||150 gal.|
|LS Gasification Equipped||Yes||Yes|
|Approximate Heating Area||Up to 3,500 sq. ft *||Up to 6,000 sq. ft *|
* Burn times per load vary based on heat demand.
** Btu ranges vary widely with different types of wood.