Best Pellet Stove

Best Pellet Stove


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Published 23 October 2017
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which pellet stove to buy?
Things You Should Consider While Buying a Pellet Stove
Availability of Fuel The efficiency of the stove Size of the Stove Heating capacity Capacity of Pellet Hopper Capacity of the ash pan Transparent and Self Cleaning Glass With or Without Temperature Control
Pellet Stove VS Pellet Stove Insert Outside Air Kit. Is your area is pollution free zone? Consider BTU Rating Freestanding vs. Insert Pellet Stove Automatic vs. Manual Ignition Stove Heat Output Location of the pellet stove
Types to Pellets Stove
Freestanding Pellet Stove Pellet Stove Insert Top-feed Models Bottom-Feed Models Manual Ignition Stove Automatic Ignition Stove
Top 3 Best Pellet Stove
Our Number #1 Choice:Pleasant Hearth Cabinet Style 500000 BTU’s Stove
Our Number #2:Castle 12327 Serenity Wood Pellet Stove
Number #3:Comfortbilt pellet stove HP22-50,000 BTU
Pros & Cons of Pellet Stove
Pros of Pellet Stove High efficiency Eco-friendly Easy installation Budget friendly Easy maintenance Clean-burning Economical Don’t attractpests
Cons of Pellet stove Noisy Require electricity Complex Plastic bags
Sometimes cost you more money than other heating sources
Wood Stove vs. Pellet Stove
Price Comparison Energy Consumption A standard model of wood pellet stove can Wood stove needs only woods as a fuel. It doesn’t cost around 3000$-4000$ including free need any kind of electricity to operate. professional installation. If you buy a premium model of the pellet stove, it will cut Pellet stove consume both fuel energy and electrical 5000$ for your pocket. energy to work it properly. You have to pay extra electricity bills to operate both auger system and On the other hand, pellet stove reviews show blower fan. that they can cost 1500$-3000$ and if you buy installation and other safety equipment, it can expend extra 1000$-2000$ for your bank. Emission of Gases Wood stoves produce a high level of smoke and gases than the pellet stoves. If the wood is burned, it emits 0.00612 pounds per kilowatt hour of carbon dioxide.
Statistics show that pellets are much greener than wood as it emits lesser amount of smoke (0.0035 pounds per kilowatt hour) compared to woods.
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