Introducing Obadiah’s 2000 Wood Cookstove by Heco

Obadiah's 2000 Wood Cookstove

Obadiah’s has been working in the cookstove business for a long time, and over the years we’ve seen all kinds of ideas for cookers- some of them great, some of them not so great. We’ve fallen in love with the craftsmanship that went into a unit only to watch it be wasted when the manufacturer started cutting corners, reducing the quality to the point of being dangerous. We’ve also watched as many cookstove makers unfortunately went out of business, despite doing remarkable work, simply due to the small and competitive market. It’s a tough business, but after nearly two decades, we’ve learned a thing or two.

Obadiah's 2000 Wood CookstoveThat’s why Obadiah’s is proud to introduce the Obadiah’s 2000 Wood Cookstove. Manufactured by our friends at Heco, the 2000 features all the things we know customers want in a wood cookstove: Easy to use and clean, long burn times, a large cooking space, and a sleek classic design that anyone would be proud to put in the living room or kitchen. The large firebox offers up to 16 hours of burn time, while the sizeable cooktop and oven afford you countless options for cooking. It heats as well as it cooks, a quality that’s hard to find in many cookstoves these days.

Based in Lancaster, PA, Heco offers all the hallmarks in the 2000 Wood Cookstove that you’ve come to expect from Amish manufacturing: Robust stainless steel craftsmanship, a large firebox with secondary combustion system, sensible controls, a full-featured oven (removable tray, porcelain lining, thermometer), and much more. We’re especially excited to offer you a stove with a front-facing oven cleanout, making this one of the easiest-to-use cookstoves on the market when it comes to tight clearance installations.

Obadiah’s 2000 Wood Cookstove is the result of a lot of experience and hard work in the cookstove industry, and we’re excited to bring it to you on behalf of the excellent craftsmen at Heco. We love this stove, and we know you will too.

The 2000 Wood Cookstove can be purchased here.

One thought on “Introducing Obadiah’s 2000 Wood Cookstove by Heco

  1. John Yarbrough

    We are very interested in your new 2000 wood cook stove. It seems to fit all our requirements, including Washington state certification, and the price is right. We need to know if the hearth pad is for ember protection only or also for thermal protection. We plan to place the stove on a tile floor so all the space requirements for ember protection would be met. We would put the stove on a hearth pad to add additional protection to the floor, but if ember protection only is required then could the pad be smaller? If the stove also needs thermal protection what is the R value? Also we plan to install wall protection. What size wall protection is needed? We need a county permit to install the stove and they will require the full size hearth pad unless we can show the inspector that it is only necessary for ember protection.
    Thank you.

    I just read with interest that you are also a wildland fire fighting contractor. I am the training officer for our small volunteer fire department in Appleton Washington.
    God Bless you and your family


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