The Progress Hybrid Wood Stove
Our First Record Breaking Hybrid
On Sale Now from $4410 - $4305! Visit our Sale page for details
What is a "Hybrid" wood stove, and why is it so efficient? Click here to find out!


  • Now EPA 2020 Certified!
  • High 2020 Efficiency ratings! 78.5% HHV & 84.4% LHV
  • Suitable for large homes, up to 2200 sq.ft - easily
  • Ultra low .63 gm/hr average wood stove emissions
  • Long 14+ hour burn time
  • Comfortable, even soapstone warmth
  • Stunning view of the fire - watch the fire and watch gasses combust in the upper part of the viewing window (click here to see video)
  • Left or right door (when facing the stove) - pick the most convenient for your installation
  • 5 Standard cast iron colors - choose the one which goes best with your decor: Black, Charcoal, Metallic Blue, Brown, or Gray
  • Back or top vent - standard reversible flue collar (click here to see reversible flue)
  • Short legs kit for fireplace installation - free in place of standard long legs
  • Free 3 burner cast iron cook top (shown below). Included free with every Progress Hybrid Wood Stove. To read more about our cooktop click here.
    Progress Cooktop


  • Ash pan and bottom grate for easy ash removal. Biggest ash pan in the wood stove industry.
  • Outside Air Adapter - connects outside air to stove damper and air intake
  • Heat Shield- reduces the rear clearance to just 7"!
  • Pipe shield - reduces singlewall stove pipe clearance to 6"

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    Optional Ash Pan Shown Above

Hybrid soapstone wood stove Shown Above: Left Loading with Charcoal Cast Iron

When you order a Progress Hybrid, you choose:
(1) whether the door is on the left or right (when facing the stove),
(2) the color of the iron castings, and
(3) whether you want long or short legs.
If you visit the factory, you can pick out the stone you like best.

Choose Loading Door Side:
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Shown above left to right: Left side load with Brown cast iron; Right load with Black cast iron.

Top Vent PH   Back vent PH
Plus, the Progress Hybrid comes with an easily reversible top or back flue collar!
When you buy a wood stove from us, you get factory direct prices, and a six month risk free return privilege. If you don't like your new wood stove, we'll buy it back and pay for the return freight! Woodstock Soapstone Wood Stoves are only available direct from the factory.

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Interested in a Progress Hybrid Wood Stove? 
Reserve Now with our No-Money Down Reservation Form!
Dimensions & Specifications
Standard 10" Legs HxWxD: 33.5"x30.5"x25"
Short Legs HxWxD: 28.5"x30.5"x25" (no ash pan)
Firebox Size: 2.8 Cu. ft.
Wood Length (Maximum): 22"
Weight: 700 lbs.
Burn Time: 10-14 hrs
Area Heated: up to 2,200 sq.ft.
BTU Output: 13,149 - 47,220 BTU/hr (per EPA 2020 tests)
2020 EPA LHV Efficiency: 84.4% LHV
2020 EPA LHV Efficiency: 78.5% HHV

Combustion System: Hybrid (Catalyst & Secondary Air)
EPA Emissions: .63 grams/hr (EPA 2020 cordwood test)
EPA 2020 Approved: Yes

Catalyst: Standard 2100 Degree Stainless Foil
Easy Catalyst Access: Just Lift the Top Lid!
Draft Control:

Multi-temp Cooktop:

Flue Exit: Top or Back
Flue Size: 6"
Flue Height to Center (10" legs): 27.75"
Flue Height to Center (short legs): 22.75"
Loading Door: Choose Right or Left
Bottom Heat Shield: Standard
Ash Pan: Optional with 10" legs
Rear Heat Shield: Optional
Stove Rear Clearance (No Protection): 36"
Stove Rear Clearance (w/ Heat Shield): 7"
Stove Side Clearance: 24"
Stove Corner Clearance(w/ Heat Shield): 12"
 Related Progress Links
Link: Owner Photo Gallery
Link Owner Comments
Link: Progress Hybrid Wood Stove OWNERS MANUAL


No-Money Down Wood Stove Reservation Form:

Our no-money down reservation form is easy to use and locks you into our current sale prices.
We invite you to fill it in now! Simply enter your contact information, tell us as much as you can about the stove you are interested in, and hit submit. One of our customer service representatives will then review the reservation and follow up with you to answer any questions you may have.

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Top row left to right: Ideal Steel Hybrid, Absolute Steel Hybrid.
Bottom row left to right: Progress Hybrid, Fireview, Keystone, Palladian, and Survival Hybrid

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 What do we mean by a Hybrid Wood Stove?

Hy-brid (noun): A thing made by combining two different elements; a mixture. Hybrid is a word that is being used more frequently these days. Auto makers are building hybrid gas and electric cars that increase fuel economy. Biologists have created hybrid crops that are more resilient and grow quicker. The marriage of two different technologies or ideas can lead to a product that captures the best parts of its different components. So what exactly is the Woodstock Soapstone Progress Hybrid? What elements have been combined that make this a superior wood stove? These are questions we are asked every day.

The Progress is a true hybrid because it combines a catalytic combustor with a secondary combustion system. Each of these elements is used to reduce wood stove emissions and increase efficiency. Until now, wood stoves have been using either a catalytic combustor or a secondary combustion system to meet EPA emissions standards. Each design is capable of meeting the standards by itself, so why go to the trouble and expense of developing a wood stove that combines these two separate systems? The answer lies in the way each system performs best. A catalytic combustor has the ability to break down the compounds in wood smoke at temperatures as low as 500 degrees F. This allows for more complete combustion (less pollution) at a low to moderate burn rate. The catalytic reaction produces a considerable amount of heat from the wood smoke as well producing a long, clean, and efficient burn. A secondary combustion system requires much higher temperatures (over 1000 degrees F) to break down the same compounds in the wood smoke. These systems work most effectively at higher burn rates. The idea behind combining these two different systems in one wood stove is to capture a clean and efficient burn throughout the entire burn range.

Seems simple, right? The real trick is getting the two different systems to work effectively together and make the stove as simple to operate as possible. Through the long and winding path of R&D we have designed an air damper system that controls both primary and secondary air to the firebox using a single, simple lever. The ratio of primary to secondary air is pre-set so the user does not have to fiddle with separate knobs or levers to fine tune the burn. The Progress will automatically deliver unused secondary air to the combustor at lower burn rates, or allow the air to combine with gases in the firebox at higher burn rates for a spectacular secondary burn. At a medium burn rate, the secondary flames and catalytic combustor alternate depending on the conditions in the firebox. Two different systems, working in harmony, make the Progress Hybrid Wood Stove.