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Hearthstone Clydesdale

Hearthstone Clydesdale

The Hearthstone Clydesdale is one of the better selling inserts offered by the company.  It’s a little harder to find than the Heritage or other freestanding models.  Overall, it seems to be a good heating insert.

As mentioned, it sometimes is not as widely available as some of the other models in the line.  It can be a special order and it has gotten pricier.  Retail increased by $600 in 2009 with the increased Expect to find it for around $3200 or so retail with some discounts. 

I think some of the reason for the reduced popularity is that people just don’t like the look as much.  From a heat standpoint, it does well and can match up with the 1800 sq. ft. rating.  The soapstone does a good job of storing the heat.  The blower noise while on high, can be a little bit loud.  But with proper use, at normal heating levels, blowers can be kept on low and are mostly silent.  However, for a spread out house situation, some auxiliary blowers or circulation systems can help move the air.

The larger firebox is a nice touch and it will easily go 10+ hours with one load so overnight burns are not a problem.  You’ll want to make sure to ensure enough clearance with this unit to provide good airflow without choking off the fire.  The surrounding bracket mount in particular can make it a tight fit that may cut some air access.

If you are looking for a comparative stove unit that is not stone, Quadra-Fire units are comparable.  Check into a 4100 or 5100 series there.


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