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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
For Cub (CB-1008)
Mounting system options;
Standard wall mount (CB-2012-SS)
Wall mount with sliding tray (CB-2013-SS)
Wall mount with fresh air intake (CB-2017-SS)
Floor mount (CB-2014)

For Grizzly (CB-1210)
Standard wall mount (CB-4012-SS),
Wall mount with sliding tray (CB-2213-SS)
Wall mount with fresh air intake (CB-2277-SS)
Floor mount (CB-4010)

For Both
• Flue pipe: (CB-3024-SS)
***Note*** you need to acquire the number of sections to achieve your total height to exit safely. 1 foot passed the highest point of the roof. Each section has 22.5” of usable flue.

• Flue shield: Cub (CB-2015-30-SS) Grizzly (CB-2215-30-SS)
***Note*** when installed on a wall you need the flue flashing to run the entire length. The wall mount comes 37” of flue protection. You would acquire the number of sections needed to cover the run not covered by the wall mount.

• Side Shield Cub (CB-2016-SS) Grizzly (CB-2216-SS)
***Note*** needed if installed within 20” of a surface laterally of the stove

Items to exit the flue pipe which we do not provide at this time.
They are not (check your local law and regulations)
The best wood to burn is well seasoned hard woods. This is to achieve the best heat output along with the longest burn, you can also use pressed wood logs. Coal works as well, but not as good as solid wood or pressed logs. We do not recommend pellets.
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The parts are precisely cut, then welded and hand assembled. All constructed right here in our shop, made proudly in Canada
Constructed from laser cut steel plate 1/8 to 3/16 thick!
The final price of your order is dependent on what products you order, where you will have it shipped, and applicable taxes. To get an exact price we suggest you go to our website, add the products you would like to purchase to the cart, input your information and it will give you an exact price with taxes and shipping included with no obligation to buy.
Very easy, depending on which method you choose to install, either floor mount or wall mount all that is needed is to make 4 holes to mount it to your wall, or floor. And the exit would depend on your roof type. You can get instructions on how to put our mounting options together. https://cubicminiwoodstoves.com/pages/installation-manuals


All items are sold separately. The stove does come with the legs.
To be determined. We have not yet heard of a stove that has burnt out.
They are, we use a high density fire board, which increases the efficiency by reflecting the heat back into the stove. And it will radiate over a longer period of time.
The life span of the insulation will vary. It will last longer if the wood is not cut too large which will prevent chipping it. Also placing the wood as opposed to throwing the wood inside will also keep the insulation from deteriorating quickly. You should be able to have them last for a year to a year and half depending on the usage of the stove. And replacement kits are available on our site for each stove.
20” in all directions unless installed with one of our wall mounts. If no shielding is present then you need to provide 20” clearance to combustibles.
1 to 3 hours with residual embers burning for several hours after that. Burn times will vary depending on the wood, settings on the stove, atmospheric conditions, among other factors.
You can, we have made many meals on our stoves. We just suggest not to cook with oil or grease because it could be fire hazard. And you can use our Mini roaster that only works with the Grizzly
The stove will draw air from the room. Most cases you can crack a window and that will be enough to replace the air. For spaces that do not have a window, or do not want to have a window open, you can use our wall mount with fresh air intake. And that will bring air from outside to the area where the stove draws its air from.
The curing of the paint will require you to burn the stove at high heat for several hours. It can take 1-3 hours for the paint to stop smoking. It can then take 20-30 hours for the smell to stop being produced. This can be done outdoors to prevent the space from being filled with smoke. You can bring the stove outdoors and attach 2-3 sections of pipe. Run it hot and this will evacuate the moisture out the paint. Once this process is done the stove will not need to be cured again.

Width: 11” Height: 12” Depth: 10.5”
27 LBS or 12.25 KG
5 ¾” long logs, and it can take up to three or four 2”x4” pieces
Width: 13” Height: 15” Depth: 12”
200 -400 square feet.

NOTE : The square footage mentioned are for spaces with low ceilings. Example; if you have a space that is 180 square feet with high ceilings it’s best to go with the Grizzly to compensate for the extra space needed to be heated.
34 LBS or 15.42 KG
6 ¾” long logs and it can take up to four or five 2”x4” pieces

Open the primary air intake found on the front (open when pushed to the right) Keep the secondary air intake closed (found under the stove, closed when pushed forward). Take some paper and place some in the firebox, take some kindling and place it on top of the paper. Light the paper and keep the door open for about five minutes. Once it gets going you can introduce your hard wood, close the door and let it go for another 20 minutes. After the 20 minutes has elapsed you can then begin to open the secondary air intake activating the secondary combustion system. And you can also dampen down the primary as desired.
You will close both air intakes on the stove and the fire will begin to die out right away, it will take some time for all embers to be fully extinguished. Push the primary intake all the way to the left, and the secondary combustion slider all the way to the back.
The glass that the stove comes with is a self-cleaning glass made for wood stoves. Once the stove reaches temperature, the glass begin to clear. To maintain a cleaner window, you can pull the coals forward, and then place the new wood towards the back.

We recommend a minimum of 40” of straight pipe. And the top of the flue pipe must surpass your roof line by one foot to ensure proper draft and safety.
Our stoves take a 3" double wall flue pipe. And if exiting further than one foot outside we recommend insulating the flue pipe.
You will begin by taking the pipe having the flow arrow facing up. Take the second section of pipe and have the inner wall that is crimped and have the edge hit the inside edge of the pipe below. Do this at an angle with the seams aligned. As you push down and twist, bring the pipe up to vertical. You can then push down as far as it will go. Place a block of wood on the floor and a block on top of the flue, and tap with a hammer until the pipe above comes onto the bump on the pipe bellow. Do this for all sections until your flue pipe is complete. And then the entire length can be installed onto the stove.
You will first remove the plates found at the top of the fire box. Do this by loosening the screws. This will allow you push the plates up and they will then be able to come down. Then go to the cap and remove it. Once removed you can push a 3” brush down the pipe. Do so until the pipe is clean. Place the plate back as found, and the cap as well. You can then scoop the junk out the stove and then use it once again. You should check the pipe after 1 week of use and if still clean you can push it back another week, and keep doing so until you establish your rate of buildup, and your cleaning schedule.

It does, it comes with everything needed; the mounting bracket, screws, bushing, and washers.
Normally the air is replaced by opening a window slightly. The wall mount with fresh air intake will bring air from outside to the area where the stove draws its air from and this would be used in spaces that do not have a window to open or in spaces where you did want to open a window. It will bring the replacement through a 2” flex hose you would connect to the manifold found under the wall mount.

The shipping cost varies depending on what you order and how far it needs to travel to reach your location. To get a shipping quote we suggest you go to our website, add the products you would like to purchase, input your information and it will give you an exact price with taxes and shipping included.
The lead times will be mentioned in the photos of the stoves. Once it leaves our facility it will take 4 to 7 days to arrive for Canadian and U.S orders. Other countries will take 28 to 84 days to arrive, unless a supplemental invoice is paid to have it shipped by air which would take 4 to 10 days to arrive once shipped.
For Canadian orders, tax is collected at the time of purchase. For U.S clients there is no tax. And for international clients, tax will be paid upon arrival of the item if applicable.
We ship with Canada post. In Canada it will be Canada post who does the delivery. In the U.S it will be USPS. And for international orders it will be your local postal service who will do the final leg of the journey.
If the items arrive damaged. Please take a photo and send it to us at cubicminiwoodstoves@gmail.com and we will assess the best course of action.
For returns, please refer to our return policy. If you need to exchange an item that you have already received, A wall mount for a floor mount for example. We would have you send the item back at your cost, and we would charge for the balance if there is any difference of the price of the item being exchanged and the value of the new item plus the cost to reship.
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