The Avalon Arbor Pellet Stove

The Avalon Arbor pellet stove is an ornate cast iron stove with intricate cherry blossom decoration cast into its sides and curved cast iron legs. Rated to heat an area of 2,250 square feet, this elegant 'olde worlde' style stove will produce 45,100 btu.

Avalon use the cast iron front and sides of this stove, as well as the twelve tube heat exchanger and a quiet 165 cfm. blower to efficiently transfer heat to the home.

The hopper size of fifty pounds allows a burn time of twenty nine hours between refills.

This pellet stove and fireplace insert is approved to burn a fifty percent corn/pellet mix. See comments below.

Extremely efficient, at 85%, the Arbor has an emission rate of 0.9 grams per hour.

The control board has a maintenance required diagnostic system which helps to analyse a problem if one arises.

A wall mounted thermostat comes as standard equipment, a remote control is an optional accessory

The large ash pan slides out on ballbearings and has a built in handle for easy carrying.

If you are unsure of the meanings of the terms in the pellet stove review below,or their implications, please go to the Pellet Stove Reviews page for an explanation.

avalon arbor

Heating Area 2,250 sq. ft.

Max. Heat Output 45,100 btu.

Automatic Ignition Yes, see comments below

Manual Ignition If needed

Hopper Capacity 50 lbs.

Burn time 29 hrs.

Fuel Type Standard or premium grade wood pellets or a 50% pellet/corn mix

Glass Air Wash Yes

Built in Blower Yes

Convection Blower Capacity 165 cfm.

Thermostat Compatible Yes, supplied as standard

E.P.A. Approved Yes

Emissions 0.9 gr./hr.

Efficiency 85%


Height 27 in.
Width 27.75 in
Depth 25 in.

Weight 390 lbs.

Window Size 16.5 in. by 10.5 in

Flue Vent Size 4 in.

Top Vent No

Rear Vent Yes

Rear Vent Height 17.25 in

Battery Backup No See Stove Sentry

Surge Protector Recommended

Colours Black

Exhaust Temperature Sensor No

Low Draft Shutdown Yes

Construction Type Cast iron

Automatic Shutdown and Re-ignition Yes, see comments below


Two years:

Firebox Assembly, Door Assembly, Auger Assembly, Ceramic Glass, Glass (breakage from thermal shock), Igniter System, Electrical System, Accessories

Five years:

Firebox Assembly, Door Assembly, Auger Assembly

Seven years: Parts only

Firebox Assembly, Door Assembly


Log set

Remote control


Ashes must be brushed from the firebox to the ash pan.

The combustion air input must be adjusted manually to match the heat setting of the stove.

If using a 50% mix of corn and wood pellets, the automatic ignition system may not work. This can be remedied by increasing the proportion of pellets in the mix.


The Avalon Arbor has a 'maintenance required' diagnostic system on the control board.


Check and clean the firepot


Clean the heat exchanger tubes, vacuum the hopper, remove fly ash from the upper baffles.

Sweep ash into ash pan and check if ash pan needs emptying. Clean the glass.


Remove the firebox back, clean the back of the stove and the vertical and horizontal exhaust ducts.

Clean the exhaust blower, convection blower and the venting system.

Check for air leaks around the door, glass and ashpan. Check the door alignment


If you would like to leave a review of the Avalon Arbor pellet stove or fireplace insert, please use the form on the contact page.

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