Vermont Iron Stove Works Replacement Parts
Vermont Iron Stove Works is best known for the manufacturing of Elm Stoves. The first Elms were made in the 1970s by Bobbin Mill (Warren, VT) when home heating costs began to get out of hand. The mill entered a local stove design contest with three prototypes, each with its own unique style. Seemingly overnight, Vermont Iron Stove Works was formed and began manufacturing the original Elm Stoves. Between 1976 and 1988, both catalytic and non-catalytic models of the Elm were produced. It came in three basic sizes to accommodate 18, 24, and 36 inch log capacities. By the time the 1990s rolled around, wood stove manufacturers had to undergo and pass a series of strict EPA safety and efficiency tests. The cost of testing, retesting, and re-engineering took its toll on the company, and Vermont Iron Stove Works ceased to exist. Despite the ultimate demise of the company, we can still provide gaskets, combustors, and custom-cut glass for Elm Stoves, as well as stoves manufactured under the name Elmwood.
Because the of the large product variety that exists, customers must measure their stove for this custom cut glass to ensure the measurements that we have on file from Vermont Iron Stove Works are accurate. Before you check out with your custom piece, you must realize that this glass is not returnable.
If you don't see your model number listed, not to worry! Just call our experts at 1-888-986-1535 and submit your measurements. We can custom cut a piece of glass to your specifications for an exact fit, or help you find the right gasket or combustor for your heating application!
|Model||Glass Size||Gasket Size||Catalytic Combustor|
|We'll custom cut your pyroceram glass to fit!||Learn how to measure to find the correct gasket size for your stove.||CC-005
6 x 3 Inch Round