Portland Homes Guide: Buck’s Stove Palace and Antiques

Although most of the national media coverage of the Rose City focuses on innovation (like food carts, green energy, and high-tech public transportation) Portland is also full of quirky places with a lot of history. One of our favorite spots is Buck’s Stove Palace at 6803 SE Foster Road in the Foster Powell neighborhood. This neighborhood gem is a veritable museum of classic wood stoves, antique heaters, and cookstoves, and has been a vital part of the community for decades. Having been in business since 1974 and with over 35 years of experience there isn’t anything Buck and his team can’t do, find or replace!  Whether you’re looking to buy a new woodstove or simply need a replacement part, Buck’s has what you need and will deliver it with a smile. The shop also features the largest collection of antique stoves on the west coast.

If you ever have ANY question about purchasing, installing, repairing, or replace parts on a woodstove, the good people at Buck’s are your go-to resource. Got a fixer-upper? Buck’s refurbishes and restores classic stoves to heat you hearth and home in vintage style.  Buck’s Stove Palace is a national resource for Cawley LeMay and Norwegian Jotul Stoves.  The owner, Buck, has quite the personality (and charm) and is always ready to help you find your perfect stove match!

Have an old wood stove that isn’t DEQ certified? Before you sell your home you have to remove it and show a destruction certification!  Buck’s can do this for you with as little as 48 hour notice… only $225!

What you get for $250

  • Use of reputable business with 35+ years experienced in the Industry
  • Removal of Stove within 48 hours of contact
  • Signed removal and destruction certificate by REGISTERD state of Oregon stove business
  • Cap to plug existing pipe system (eliminating creosote smell in home)
  • 10% stove discount program available for new home owner wishing to replace outdated stove

CALL Buck!   (503) 771-3374

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