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Pellet Fired Stove


Pellet stoves are a relatively new product. This makes it difficult to assess whether they are right for your living room. This overview of the benefits and disadvantages of pellet stoves will help you gain a better insight.We often talk about all the things pellet stoves will do, but there are a few things you’ll be glad they don’t do as well. A pellet stove …

  1. Won’t Make a Mess. Heating Expert pellet stoves and fireplace inserts burn so efficiently, there’s very little ash to clean up. Many models have automatic cleaning cycles that make maintenance even easier, and extra-large ash pans so you can burn nearly a ton of pellets before emptying is needed.
  2. Won’t Empty Your Wallet. If you heat with propane or fuel oil, switching to pellets for heating your home is a smart financial decision that will save you money.
  3. Won’t Take Up Your Time. Many Heating Expert pellet stoves provide warmth for up to 24 hours on one hopper of pellets. Homeowners typically need to load pellets only once every day or two, which is as simple as pulling out the hopper and pouring the pellets in.
  4. Won’t Harm the Environment. Due to high burn efficiencies and the density of the fuel, pellet stoves and inserts have extremely low particulate emissions. Pellets are renewable fuel made from compacted sawdust, wood chips, bark and other organic waste. For all these reasons, heating with pellets in a high efficiency pellet stove produces less greenhouse gases than fossil fuel systems.
  5. Won’t Clash with Your Décor. Heating Expert  steel and cast iron pellet stoves are designed to fit seamlessly into any décor. You’ll have options for styles, colors, finishes and trim.

 

Technical Specifications
Material Cast Iron