Woodstock Soapstone Company • 66 Airpark Road,  West Lebanon, NH 03784

Our First Record Breaking Hybrid!

The Progress Hybrid Wood Stove

Woodstock Soapstone Progress Hybrid
Woodstock Soapstone Progress Hybrid
  • Penetrating soapstone warmth
  • Handmade for 25 years in New Hampshire
  • Detailed iron castings and thick double walls of soapstone
  • Heat up to 1600 square feet
  • Burns up to 12 hours
  • Crystal clear fire-viewing
  • Unique airwash keeps window free of soot and ash
  • Protects against power outages: no electricity required
  • Factory-direct prices
  • Six-Month Risk Free Trial
  • Iron castings available in 5 colors: matte black, charcoal, and metallic gray, blue, or brown


On Sale Now from $3810 - $4005

Progress Hybrid Design Options


Woodstock Soapstone Progress Hybrid 209 Ash Pan
Progress Hybrid 209 Optional Ash Pan
Woodstock Soapstone Progress Hybrid 209 Stone Cooktop
Progress Hybrid 209 Cooktop
Woodstock Soapstone Progress Hybrid 209 Stone Cooktop
Progress Hybrid Top or Back Flue Collar
Woodstock Soapstone Progress Hybrid 209 Stone Cooktop
Progress Hybrid 209 Left or Right Door

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:
Flue Height to Center (10" legs):
Flue Height to Center (short legs):
Loading Door:
Choose Right or Left
Bottom Heat Shield:
Ash Pan:
Optional with 10" legs
Rear Heat Shield:
Stove Rear Clearance (No Protection):
Stove Rear Clearance (w/ Heat Shield):
Stove Side Clearance:
Stove Corner Clearance(w/ Heat Shield):


No Money Down Stove Reservation Form


Thank you for your interest in our beautiful, clean-burning, high efficiency wood and gas stoves!

From our many years of experience, we know that ordering a new stove requires making several decisions, from design to shipping and installation. Our no money down online reservation form helps us get started answering your questions.

Upon receipt of your email, one of our team members will follow up to provide you the best customer service experience we can.


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         About the Reservation Process:

GATHERING INFORMATION: We use the reservation process as a “pre-order”. This allows you to communicate to us the stove that you are interested in, and begin the process of determining shipping, customization, installation, and finalizing your order. The reservation is the first step in starting an order.

If you phone us, the process will begin much the same way: Who are you? Where do you live? Which stove are you interested in?  Is it replacing another stove, or is this a new installation? What area are you trying to heat?  Which colors/options are you interested in, etc.?

If you prefer to speak to a customer representative over the phone, please call us toll free at 1-800-866-4344.

CONVENIENCE: You can use our reservation forms to order a stove any time, day or night, 24/7/365, and lock in the current sale price. We do not collect any money or credit card information when you make a reservation.

The reservation form gets your stove request in our production planning, which is important because all of our stoves have custom features (colors, door side, optional ash pans, optional art work, variable leg height, and so on).

SEPARATE FORMS FOR EASE OF USE: We have a separate reservation form for different stove models, because options like colors, artwork, door location (left, right, front), and ash pan availability vary from model to model.

Click the stove you are most interested in to go to the reservation page for that stove. Fill in the requested information and press “submit”

FOLLOW UP: We ask you for the best time, best phone number to follow up. One of our customer service representatives will follow up, answer any questions you might have, schedule your shipment, and ask for a $250.00 deposit to confirm your order.

DOES EVERY RESERVATION RESULT IN AN ORDER/SHIPMENT?: Usually yes, but not always. A reservation begins the ordering process, but there can be quite a bit of discussion between you and our customer service team before a shipment occurs. When we follow up, if we find that your stove choice cannot be safely installed, for example, it is unlikely that we would continue. If we don't think your choice of stove is well suited for the area you want to heat, we would let you know. We want to make sure you are well-informed before your stove is shipped, and that there are no surprises after you receive your stove. Plus, we want you to be happy with your choice of stove for many years to come!


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.

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