Valor Fireplaces & Stoves


Warming homes since 1890, Valor continues to set new standards in gas fireplace proficiency, comfort control and fashionable design."

Napoleon Fireplaces & Stoves


Napoleon fireplaces are ideal for any room and any style. Ranging from traditional to modern and from space saving to majestic.

Harman Fireplaces & Stoves


Tomahawk Stove Junction believes that Harman is the Cadillac of pellet stoves Every Harman is “built to a standard, not a price.”

Quadra-Fire Fireplaces & Stoves


From traditional beauty to a modern refined look, Quadra-Fire fireplaces offer stunning design to fit any taste.


Regency Fireplaces & Stoves

The Regency line is the perfect complement to today’s decorating trends, maintaining the values of reliability and quality construction.



NFI Certified


Purchase stoves from Tomahawk Pellet Stove Junction, a National Fireplace Certified, authorized dealer. If your dealer doesn't have the stamp of approval, your manufacture's warranty may be void. We sell high quality pellet stoves which typically have an overall efficiency range of 75 to 90 percent.

Taste of Tomahawk

FREE GRILL COVER and a bag of COOKING PELLETS with the purchase of a Daniel Boone Green Mountain Grill. Hurry - Limited Supply!

 We’re excited to announce our new Wood-Fired Pizza Oven attachment for the Daniel Boone and Jim Bowie model grills. With this appliance, you can grill a pizza in 2-3 minutes at 700-800° F.

The attractive packaging includes the oven and a specially made pizza stone for the ultimate wood-fired pizza experience. We will soon add accessories such as our own special pizza sauce, and IR thermometers to measure the surface temperature of the stone.

By the way, this device puts a restaurant-quality sear on a steak, too!

Pizza Peels and cutters now available at Tomahawk Stove Junction.

Pork Tenderloin


  • 1 Pork Tenderloin
  • GMG Pork Rub
  • Teriyaki Sauce

Pork Tenderloin is amazing, seldom can you cook something that tastes this great that has attendant health benefits. This cut of pork is lean and has a multitude of vitamins – B! (thiamin), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), and B6. It also contains an abundance of important minerals -phosphorus, magnesium, iron, and zinc.

Pork Tenderloin

  • Get out a pork tenderloin or two. These usually get packaged in pairs, so if you plan to use only one of them at a time, freeze them separately when you buy them since you will find it almost impossible to split the pair after they’re frozen.
  • Rub generously with Green Mountain Pork Rub and let stand for 4-24 hours.
  • Set your grill at about 320°. When the grill reaches temperature, put the tenderloin in and baste both sides with a sweet marinade such as Yoshida’s or perhaps a Teriyaki Sauce.
  • Cook for about 1 – 1 1/4 hours, turning frequently, until the internal temperature is at least 165°. A slightly pink middle is okay as long as it reaches 165°. You should not overcook this as it will tend to dry out due to its leanness.



Tip Of The Week


  • How To Bring More Natural Light Into The Home

    Do you find that your home feels dark and without many sources of natural light on a regular basis? Well, it’s time to solve this problem and light up the home to make it feel bright and cheerful. It’s been said that the more light you let into your home, the better you will feel day to day and it can increase your mood which is a huge plus. The tough part can be how figuring out how to bring more of that beautiful natural light into your home.

    Luckily, it can be done with a few changes to the home, so keep reading to find out how to bring more natural light into your home:

    Clean The Windows: Cleaning your windows seems like such a simple solution right? Well, it is and it truly makes a difference when it comes to how much natural light gets into your home. Dirty windows will create a shade within your home and will decrease the pure light from outside. So take the time to clean your windows well from the inside and the outside for the best effect. With this simple change, you will notice your home feeling lighter and as an added bonus you’ll have squeaky clean windows to look through.

    Trim Surrounding Greenery: Greenery can be a big problem for natural light and can play a heavy hand in blocking it from entering your home. To combat this issue, survey the outside of your home and see which trees and greenery are blocking the largest sources of natural light. Once you have figured it out, either start trimming these areas to allow more light in or contact a professional to tackle some of the bigger trees that may be blocking the way.

    Consider Adding Windows: Now this is obviously not a solution for every home but if you find yourself with a serious lack of light, it may be time to consider adding in a window or two. This is especially important for rooms that don’t have any sources of natural light or for rooms that may have a smaller window that doesn’t allow light through. This is a great situation to get a few quotes on the cost of increasing the size of a window or adding a new window in and decide if it’s within your budget to improve your source of natural light.

    Use Mirrors: For a more cosmetic but effective way to spread natural light around the home, bring in mirrors to the rooms that hold the most light. By doing this, your mirrors will increase the appearance of natural light and make the home feel more bright from room to room. Make sure to place mirrors where they look best but also where they will reflect the most light to get the maximum effect.

    This message brought to you by Editor - Kate Weese · Published May 25, 2017 ·