Heating Stoves – Antique Heaters and Fireplaces

Elegance, Efficiency, and Authenticity

Heating stoves have been the heart of the historic home since the late 1700s. Woodburning stoves  and coal fireplaces were the sole source of heat and hot water. Ease of use, efficiency, economy and beauty are found in potbelly stoves, old parlor stoves, cylinder stoves and oak stove.

Antique stoves perform with high efficiency by using airtight designs, precision fit doors, draft controls and advanced baffle systems. Wood stoves and coals stoves are constructed of high quality cast iron and steel.  The quality of these metals surpasses anything in the modern heating stove marketplace. As such the antique stove will outlive and outperform any of it’s modern rivals. The craftsmanship and artistry displayed on vintage stoves is exceptional.

Good Time Stove Company hosts an extensive collection of original heating stoves circa 1840-1930. All stoves are sold ready to ready to install capacity, fully functional and efficient.

We Can Convert Any Antique Stove

Gas, Propane and/or Electric

Baseburner stoves, cylinder Stoves and potbelly stoves are superior heaters. The Baseburner stove is beauty unmatched. A warm aura illuminates the room as a fire can be seen dancing through the mica windows and doors on three sides of the stove. An enchanting view of the fire is available at all angles. The Cylinder stove is one of America’s most beloved stoves as it offers the ultimate in heat distribution while using a minimum amount of floor space. The Pot belly stove is an American classic. Used to heat general stores, school houses, trains, depots and cars, Caboose stoves and Railroad stoves are fondly remembered.

We Can Convert Any Antique Stove

Gas, Propane and/or Electric

Parlor stoves were the canvas on which great iron artists of the nineteenth century cast their many masterpieces. The Franklin stoves and antique fireplaces offers a cleaner, more efficient alternative to traditional fireplaces while providing timeless appeal and charm. Box stoves are small stoves valued for their compact design and efficient burn.

A few of the easy and efficient features of a converted antique heating stove include:

  • Full thermostat based temperature regulation (remote control available)
  • Gas logs that closely resemble a perfectly built log fire
  • Subtly placed pilot controlled knobs
  • Even temperature and even burn
  • Easily adjustable thermostat
  • Easy to start and use
  • IMPORTANT: All parts are AGA and UL approved and the conversion complies with all local heating codes. This allows for easy installation, a safe and secure source of heat and no hassles from your local government. A standard conversion costs roughly $1600.00.