Everest II Wood Fireplace by Osburn

Osburn Everest II wood burning fireplace

Osburn Everest II (shown with faceplate and black door overlay): starting at $4,649 *

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Classic style with clean lines make the Osburn Everest II wood fireplace pleasing to the eye in any setting. This particularly efficient wood fireplace will easily heat 750 to 2,500 square feet with 85,000 BTUs of heat through non-catalytic combustion. The 3.0 cubic foot firebox holds 18″ logs and boasts a 9-hour burn time. Cozy up to the fire and make the most of cold winter nights with a real wood burning fireplace.

  • Traditional style faceplate
  • Retractable cast iron double doors
  • Black or brushed nickel door overlay
  • 3 cubic foot firebox
  • Up to 85,000 BTUs
  • Outside air intake
  • Optional forced air distribution kit
  • Meets EPA requirements with incredibly low emissions of .99 g/hr
  • Optional firescreen

Osburn Everest II wood fireplace with black door overlay

Osburn Everest II wood fireplace with brushed nickel door overlay

Osburn Everest II Wood Fireplace Components and Options

Required Components and Options for the Everest II Wood Burning Fireplace


Traditional style faceplate

Door Overlay (choose one):

Black door overlay

Brushed nickel door overlay

Additional Options for the Everest II Wood Fireplace

Rigid fire screen door

4”Ø x 5′ fresh air intake kit

4″Ø fresh air intake register with airtight damper

4”Ø x 10′ insulated flex pipe for fresh air intake kit

Forced air distribution kit

Hot air gravity kit – traditional

Osburn Everest II Wood Burning Fireplace OB04016 Specifications

Everest II Wood Fireplace – OB04016

Overall Appliance Width: 41-3/4″
Overall Appliance Height: 49-1/8″
Overall Appliance Depth: 29″
Door Opening: 20-3/4″ x 10-1/4″
Recommended Heating Area*: 750 – 2,500 sq. ft.
Maximum Burn Time*: 9 hours
Maximum Log Length: 18″ Over Width

*Recommended heating area and maximum burn time may vary subject to location in home, chimney draft,heat loss factors, climate, fuel type and other variables. The recommended heated area for a given appliance is defined by the manufacturer as its capacity to maintain a minimum acceptable temperature in the designated area in case of a power failure.

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