Wood Pellet and Wood Stoves

May 2nd

Wood Stoves – Consider a wood pellet or wood stoves as a great solution to reduce high heating costs. Each offer not only adds a primary or secondary heating system in your home, but also a great way to a dramatic fire to any room. Both burn woods, which is carbon neutral, it’s the best choice for the natural gas environment, or petroleum-based fuels. Although wood can be more accessible, wood pellets offer the advantage of burning cleaner.

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Wood stoves are the traditional choice, but pellet stoves are gaining popularity for their convenience and earth-friendly charm. If the choice of both types of cooking, use the following questions to find the right solution for you: If you want a free-standing unit or a fireplace insert as a heating source for your home, we make shopping for a wood or pellet stove easier. Discover what it takes to install, learn performance advantages and disadvantages and how to choose the best fuel for your lifestyle.

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Unlike traditional wood stoves, pellet stoves do not require a traditional fireplace and chimney. Freestanding models can go almost anywhere, if at hand an electrical outlet. Although pellet stoves are less expensive to install than wood stoves, we recommend using a professional installer to ensure the safety of the exhaust system.