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Customer Reviews

This is by far the best option for our outdoor guests ! Bar none, we looked at all options ( mushroom , infrared ,”San Diego ” propane, Etc.) These guys really figured it out . The least and best heat delivery system for the cheapest way to deliver!! Pellets are a fraction of the cost of propane.

Mark Burnett

Owner, Markum Inn Restaurant

Great addition to our backyard! We love having family dinner outside but it just gets too chilly in the spring/winter months here in Oregon. This stove really puts out the heat and is pretty cost effective as well. We have enjoyed far more meals outside this past year thanks to the lil timber.

Rodney Hill

Great stove. We love it. Handcrafted, quality materials, really fantastic product. It’s a focal point in our courtyard. We use it often to host small groups of friends and family outside during the pandemic. It puts out a ton of heat within a 6 ft radius (not as much behind the unit). Beyond 6 ft radius, it’s noticeably warm, but you’ll want a blanket on colder/windier evenings. Hats off to the Mt Angel crew on such excellent craftsmanship. We live in Oregon and are truly proud! Told lots of people about it, and those who’ve seen it in action are wowed.

Ben F.

Wow! Got the Big Timber this afternoon, assembled it, and now I am drinking eggnog perfectly toasting warm on a 30 degree F night. I have to rotate to keep all my body parts at one temperature…hot! The only problem I see in this heater is now I want two! Or maybe four! Great American design and craftsmanship.


Why Use Wood Pellets?



Pellets can pack up to 9,000 BTU’s per lb. Timber Heaters generate 2X the heat vs propane.



$5 dollars of fuels equals 4 hours of burn time – about 1/2 the operating cost vs propane.



Wood Pellets are an industrial by-product of the saw mill industry and have a small carbon footprint.