The Beginnings

When the lumber industry was at a low point in the early 1980’s, Dave Wells and Al Breckel began exploring new options for heater stoves and home heating. In an industry polluted by downsizing, Dave and Al set out on their own to try their luck at building pellet stoves . Quitting their positions in the lumber industry, Dave and Al went full force into creating something special. Using their Eugene, Oregon homes as their launching pad, their results gave us the beginnings of what we know today as Breckwell stoves. In the spring of 1987, Dave and Al built and tested the first pellet stove insert and gave it the most appropriate name, Breckwell, combining the two founders last names.

Evolution To Industry Leader

In March of 1988, Breckwell moved under the umbrella of National Steelcrafters. With humble beginnings for two lumber industry professionals, Breckwell has evolved into a solid company with a steadfast commitment in providing the best pellet, wood, and gas stoves available. The oldest remaining "Made In America" hearth stove company understands the consumers needs and offers solutions for alternate sources of heating and fluctuating energy costs. Year after year, Breckwell provides exceptional heat at an outstanding value.

Manufacturing Prowess

It starts with our engineering which has always emphasized elegant simplicity. Every stove is assembled with skill and commitment. Breckwell's emphasis on safety is proven in its stellar record for safe, reliable performance. We’re proud to provide stoves that are easy to manufacture, operate, and maintain.

Commitment To Excellence

Breckwell’s commitment to excellence continues to garner its success in the industry. In the current economy, Breckwell works to afford consumers the exceptional heat at an outstanding value that is consistent with its name. This is evidenced through multi-fuel and pellet stove options and continued innovation in these fuel-efficient categories of the hearth industry. Please peruse our stove lines and witness for yourself.