Kuma Stoves was founded in 1981 when Mark Freeman, now president of the company, built the first Kuma Stove on the tailgate of his chevrolet pick up truck. To this day, Kuma Stoves continues to be primarily a family operation. The first several Kuma Stoves were custom built for family members, but the demand soon grew into a full time job. The Sequoia model with the exception of a few changes and EPA certification is the original Kuma Stove. Back then, everything was hand made including the door.
Not much has changed in the way that Kuma Stoves manufactures it's products and although Kuma Stoves is a relatively small company, they continue to be on the cutting edge of technology and design. Kuma stoves led the way with outside air capable and manufactured home approved oil stoves. There wood stoves continue to be some of the cleanest burning in the industry, passing both EPA and more strict Washington State standards. All of their products are laser-cut and handcrafted by each fabricator start to finish - no assembly lines their.
We do not have any patterns or sized for Kuma wood stoves. We will need this information if you need glass for one.
Kuma glass and sizes:
Aspen - Rectangle with top corners clipped. Size 12 1/2 x 10 We need sizes/pattern. Part # KRGL1
Tamarack - We need pattern - Rectangle with top corners clipped. Size 12 1/2 x 10 We need sizes/pattern. Part # KRGL1
Wood Classic - Rectangle with top corners clipped. Size 12 1/2 x 10 We need sizes/pattern. Part # KRGL1
Ashwood - Rectangle with top corners clipped. Size 16 x 10 We need sizes/pattern Part # KRGL1
Sequoia - Rectangle with top corners clipped. Size 16 x 10 We need sizes/pattern Part # KRGL1
Artic Oil Stove - We need pattern
Marks Custom - We need pattern
We currently have no patterns for Kuma stoves. If you need glass for your Kuma stove, you will need to provide and pattern and/or size. Please contact us if you need glass.