The Napoleon Havelock Gas Stove offers many benefits - a built-in blower, extra large heat exchanger, easily accessible controls, solid body construction and a triple state-of-the-art burner system allowing superior heating efficiency. This, combined with clean-burning, environmentally friendly technology, makes the Havelock gas stove the perfect choice to add long-lasting value to your home!
Why am I required to purchase a door finish with the stove at additional cost?
The stove is designed for use with this item. Without this item, your stove would not function correctly and would look incomplete. The item is an additional cost to allow you to choose which look you like best.
How will the stove be delivered to my house?
All stoves are delivered via freight (tractor trailer truck) to the specified street address you provide us, we do provide free lift gate service with all freight deliveries. The delivery driver is only responsible for unloading the items from the truck, not to move them anywhere. For more information on the delivery process visit our FAQ page.
Does this stove have a variable speed fan built into it?
Yes, the Havelock gas stove includes a thermally activated, variable speed blower. Thanks for your question!
How far should the thermostat be from the heat source. My fireplace kicks on and off frequently to maintain a level temperature. My thermostat is approximately 5 feet from the fireplace.
It is hard to say where to place the thermostat without seeing the layout of the house, but I will say 5 ft is too close. You want to locate the thermostat in a place that is further away from a heat source. As you mentioned, having the thermostat so close will cause the stove to turn on and off frequently. Again, it really depends on the layout of your house or the space you're trying to maintain temperature, but I suggest a minimum of 10 ft, further if possible. A gas stove works best when it can burn for longer periods of time rather than on and off frequently. You could also try turning down the flame to a lower setting to reduce the speed at which the room warms up. Thanks for your question!