Choosing The Best Wood Pellet Stove may be much easier than you think. As long as you know the square footage of the area you are trying to heat you are halfway there. You will need to determine if you want a freestanding unit or if you would prefer pellet stove inserts. The next step will be choosing how often you want to refill your stove as there are many options available. Last, but definitely not least, consider which options you would like on your pellet stove. Whichever way you go, just remember a wood pellet stove is often 15% more efficient than a traditional wood stove and electricity required to power this unit is less than four 100 watt light bulbs.
The Flame FP-35 Pellet Fuel Burning Stove, priced at $2199.95 is a very popular choice thanks to it’s classic design. With a 35,000 maximum BTU output, you can heat spaces of up to 1,600 square feet with ease. The electronic ignition is a much preferred feature as is the full-size ash drawer. Cleaning is a breeze thanks to the drawer being placed in the unit’s pedestal. With six heating settings, you will be comfortable all winter long. Also there are controls for noise level as well as a control for the combustion air supply. Colored control icons are displayed with just a touch of the black control panel. This model may also be chosen as an insert it that works better for you.
Vogelzang offers “The Performer” Wood Stove, model TR009, at just $899.99. This model is EPA-certified and will burn up to twenty five pounds of wood. This load will heat an area up to 2200 square feet for up to twelve hours. The Performer has a large ash drawer for easy cleanup, a high speed blower which is adjustable and a firebrick-lined firebox. This particular model receives four stars out of five and eleven out of thirteen would recommend it to a friend. Consider this model when choosing the best wood pellet stove for your home or office.
Century Heating manufactures the “Whistler” Wood-Burning Stove-110,000 BTU, model DB05152 which receives 4.2 out of 5 stars. Twelve out of thirteen people would recommend this model to a friend and it is easy to see why. This particular model is EPA exempt and can heat an area up to 1,500 square feet. A blower is included and this model will burn on a full load for one to two hours. A thermostat and ignitor are not included though. With variable heat settings, you can adjust the output to suit your family’s needs with ease. Priced at just $479.99, you may want to pick up an additional model for your shed or workshop. As you can see, choosing the best wood pellet stove is not difficult if you know what to look for and what is important to you.
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