Lil’ Timber® Patio Heater

(14 customer reviews)


72,000 BTU Free Standing Outdoor Heater

  • 10 Ft Heating radius
  • Virtually No Smoke
  • Non-Electric And Portable
  • Safe Enclosed Flame
  • Made in the Pacific Northwest
  • Wt. 62 Lbs | Dim. 11 x 20 x 84″

2-3 Week Standard USA Manufacture Lead Time

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About Our Patio Heater

The Lil' Timber patio heater compared to a propane patio heater via thermal imaging

This is an American Made wood pellet patio heater that will keep you warm from head to toe. The Lil’ Timber is designed not only to produce radiant heat, but to provide a beautiful fire for family and friends to watch. Requiring no electricity, this heater’s flame is powered only by gravity and the draft created from the stove pipe. Using wood pellets as a low carbon alternative fuel just makes sense when compared to the high price and inefficiency of propane. Pellets run at a quarter of the operating cost, while producing twice the amount of BTU’s.

Key Features


3 Sided Fire Viewing

Includes 3 5 x 7.5″ high temp glass panels so everyone can enjoy the fire


1.5 Hour Burn Time

12 lb hopper that can be refilled during operation


300 Sq. Ft. Heating Radius

The biggest advantage of radiant wood fire

A Timber Patio Heater demonstrating its 300 sq. ft. heating radius
The Lil' Timber patio heater on a backyard deck

Easy Shut Off Key

Stop or start your heater at any time


Temperature Control

Use the damper dial to lower or raise temps by 250°


Stainless Components

Top reflector, stove pipe, base, and hardware


Easy Shut Off Key

Stop or start your heater at any time


Temperature Control

Use the damper dial to lower or raise temps by 250°


Stainless Components

Top reflector, stove pipe, base, and hardware

The Lil' Timber patio heater on a backyard deck

Made In America

A product you can be proud to own


14 reviews for Lil' Timber® Patio Heater

  1. Melissa Mitchell

    Awesome performance, great quality, was simple to put together. Next to a traditional propane patio heater there’s no comparison. I also like that you still get to watch a fire without dealing with the smoke/work of a traditional fire pit

  2. Nichole Peterson

    Just purchased our first Wood Pellet Products heater after our friends showed us theirs. This heater is everything they say it is and more. Great quality and craftsmanship, and easy to use! The heat output of this pellet heater is far greater than a propane heater. We’ll be bringing this heater on all of our camping trips. I recommend purchasing the water resistant heater cover for storing purposes.

  3. orangeblood12c

    First off I tried to save money & bought another brand of pellet heater called the
    Q-Stove. Big mistake. Then I ordered the Big Timber & let me say that I was beyond impressed. There is more assembly on this one vs the Q-Stove but easily accomplished with the written instructions provided. Everything was well packed.
    Now on to actual usage. I was able to maintain 700 plus degree Temps running air vent wide open & 800 to 900 degree with air vent partially closed as verified by my “Milwaukee Spot Infrared Imager” with minimal input or tinkering by me.
    The Q-Stove on the other hand started off at 650 degrees plus at first & then dropped down to about 350 to 400 degree by mid burn. It would go higher but required almost constant tinkering.
    I have since given the Q-Stove to my son & ordered another Big Timber pellet heater.
    Build quality is excellent as well as the engineering behind the heater.
    Thus heater uses wood pellets for the fuel source. You can purchase these from places like Lowe’s or Home Depot for approximately $5.00 per 40 pound Bag. From my usage we were going through approximately 5 dollars per evening on about 6 hours of burn time.
    Pretty economical in my opinion.
    If you are on the fence trying to decide between this or a butane patio heater consider that a butane heater puts out heat from the top only & heat rises whereas this radiates heat from ground to top & although this costs more it will easily pay for itself in butane saved.

  4. J. Coy

    The heater works great, I highly recommend the hopper extension!

  5. Josh Dean

    Amazing heat output! Extremely satisfied with this heater

  6. David Ford

    This stove is awesome. Very simple to use just light the pellets and instant heat. Fired it up on a 40 degree night and was able to sit outside and enjoy it. Highly recommend this stove to anyone looking for an outdoor heater.

  7. Rick Franklin

    Just picked one up from the factory in Mt. Angel, Oregon.

    Put it together last night. Took a little longer than expected but that was mostly due to the east wind in Gresham blowing the written instructions around my outdoor tool bench. Instructions state that you need a Phillips and a Crescent. I used a standard Phillips as well as my cordless impact driver. I used box ends instead of a Crescent and I can tell you box ends are the way to go. Two metric sizes are needed and one 3/8.

    When you put this together, you notice two things. First, the product is especially well made and will last a long time. Second, all of the holes, bolts and fixed nuts line up perfectly. No extra drilling, filing or jockeying pieces around to get them to fit.

    When I started working the damper handle around, I thought the nut was too loose on the inside so I snugged it up a bit. Don’t make this mistake. When the firebox heats up, the parts will expand and take care of the play in the damper.

    Very easy to start. I followed the instruction for the first burn and opened the damper all the way. A little smoke off of the paint as it heat cured. When I put it on full, the damper spring got a little warm. Keep a hot pad or gloves around to run the damper.

    I bought the extra package, which came with a wheel set. The wheels are a good idea as you can move the heater around on pavement even when the fire is going. This will be real handy at the OSU football tail gates.

    Plan on taking this on spring fishing camp outs and leave the chainsaw at home.

  8. Ryan A

    This thing puts out heat. We had to back up actually which is what you want. Fully satisfied with the heat. They said the paint wasn’t cured until you heat it up. Well the front started chipping paint. Also the dial that turns up the heat falls off as it’s not secured on there. Again, these are small things I would prefer to not be issues but the heat works well and pellets are like $5 for a 40 lb bag that last for 3-4 hours. We were also looking for casters that lock so we don’t have pick this heavy thing up and move them to no avail.

  9. Rick B.

    Was looking for something that puts out more heat than the propane patio heaters. Couldn’t be happier with this, way more heat! Most of the heat comes off the body of the heater not the top, which makes more sense anyways. Awesome to sit around with the family and enjoy the fire.

    Really well made and cheap to burn. We get a 40 lb bag of pellets for about 5 bucks and will last for around 4 hours burn time. Highly recommend!

  10. George A.

    This is an awesome outdoor heater! We’ve tried fire pits of all kinds and even a pellet fire ring, but this has by far been the best choice of all. Puts out great heat for our patio area and the kids and neighbors are just mesmerized by the flames

  11. Lonnie Simon

    I have two of them. I have the big timber and the Lil timber. They both are amazing !
    I use the big timber for the patio heat and the lil timber for inside wall tent that we take elk hunting over Easten Oregon. The heat they put out is amazing. Best invention yet👍👍

  12. Kevin Miller

    This thing seriously is amazing. I live in California’s snow capped mountains in the eastern Sierra Nevada and I will tell you, if I could purchase this again, I would in a heart beat. Everything from the overall design, the heat output, the craftsmanship, spend your money here. I will show all of my friends.

  13. Brian Miller

    Cant say enough good things. This heater does exactly what they say it does. Quality is immediately evident. All parts fit perfectly and tightly. All screw holes line up perfectly. Once in operation the heat radiates outwardly nice and even. Couldn’t be happier with this purchase.

  14. Johny Bhan

    I have an outdoor gazebo and have tried other solutions for heat such as electric radiant heating and propane fire pit. Both have resulted in subpar results for producing heat, especially when it is windy. Given that, I decided to take a chance on this pellet heater and the results to date have been fantastic. It is fairly easy to assemble given you view the YouTube video (note: would be better to have some voice commentary on the video). The product is well built and do think it will hold up over time. We have used it on colder days and were very impressed in the amount of heat it puts out – can’t wait to try it on really cold days. We liked it so much that we actually bought this for our friends who recently purchased a cabin in the mountains. This is a great solution in areas where open fires are either prohibited or are high risk. Great product and works as advertised!

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