Pellet stoves come in both an insert and freestanding style and are suitable for heating a home, shed or other similar areas. Gone are the days when pellet stoves looked like ugly, industrial heaters. Most newer pellet stoves now look very modern and can fit in with any decor.
A pellet stove requires electricity to run. The pellets are channeled from the storing hopper into the burn gate or burn pot through the help of a screw-like auger which runs on electricity. The heat produced by the pellets then travels through heat exchanging tubes from the pellet stove to the area you wish to heat up thanks to a convection fan.
A pellet stove is a small internal stove that uses compressed wood or biomass pellets as the fuel. Pellet stoves often look very much like wood stoves. Consumers chose these stoves as either primary or alternate heating sources to help cut down on heating costs.
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The first pellet stoves introduced to the market were boxy and looked more like simple unattractive wood burners. However, their designs have been improved and in many cases, the average consumer would have difficulty telling them apart from a wood-burning heat stove. Pellet stoves are available with or without a viewing window.
Pellet stoves have heating capacities that range between 8,000 and 90,000 Btu per hour. They are suitable for homes as well as apartments or condominiums. Most pellet stoves cost between $1,700 and $3,000. However, a pellet stove is often cheaper to install than a conventional wood-burning heater.
The pellet stove automatically feeds the pellets into the burning chamber at just the right rate to produce the amount of heat that you want. Pellet burning stoves are thermostatically controlled and will maintain the temperature you choose. This means no getting up in the night to put wood on the fire, and no coming home to a cold house after ...