Twitter
RSS
Facebook

How Pellet Stoves Work

pellet stoves

Heating the home has always been an issue in terms of economy. People seek out the best way to heat the home without having to spend a lot of money. The pellet stove is able to accomplish these expectations. This is because the stove has the ability to burn hotter than a traditional wood stove and it burns longer. Additionally, the fuel used for the pellet stove is extremely inexpensive to purchase. You can typically buy the pellets for between $2 and $4 a pound. This is because the pellets are little more than sawdust collected from the lumber mill floor and pressed into a half inch to an inch long pellet.

There are a variety of different ways in which you can install the pellet stove. In fact, many will buy a pellet stove insert. This allows you to convert a traditional wood stove to a pellet stove. This is not to say that the chamber used to burn the pellets itself is extremely complicated. It is just that you will not simply toss a bunch of pellets on the floor of the stove and light them with a match.

The pellet stove comes equipped with a hopper. All hoppers are of different sizes. You will be able to feed anywhere from 30 to 130 pounds of pellets into the hopper. The amount the hopper will be able to hold will determine not only how hot the stove can burn. It will also help to determine how long the stove will be able to burn. Many of the models will allow the pellets to be fed into the heating chamber completely automatic. This allows you to sit back and enjoy the warmth the stove provides.

The pellet stove also has a fan which will allow you to circulate air through the heating chamber. This air can be used to heat one room or several depending on the size of the stove and the fan which is installed. Best of all, you will save money on heating costs in general. You will also be able to brag about the low emissions the stove has. This way you will be able to enjoy great heat all winter long without having to spend all of your money on it.

Click Here To Read Some Reviews About Pellet Stoves On Amazon

One Response to “How Pellet Stoves Work”

  1. Terry Haase says:

    I live in Michigan and have a 1800 square foot home. We would like to get a pellet furnace that we could heat the home thru the duct work. Can you give me an idea of the furnace that would work for this. We are looking for a more efficient and cheaper fuel source. any suggestions or estimates of cost? Is there a site for cost comparisons between natural gas and pellets? We did see the #3 rated furnace on your site. Any help or information you can provide would be appreciated. Thank you.

Leave a Reply

*