Mid-August is not too soon to think about heating your home this coming winter.
With recent attention to the importance of local food production, we should consider ways to meet our heating needs using local wood energy.
Pellet stoves are freestanding and a pellet stove inserts fit into an existing fireplace. Both pellet stoves and inserts are an efficient and economical way to heat your home and make your existing fireplace much more efficient. They also allow you to support local wood energy.
Pellet stoves and pellet stove inserts offer a traditional and charming ambiance to your home while keeping it warmer for less. Stoves and inserts are conventional and efficient pellet burners. They are available in a variety of sizes and style and are easily added to most rooms.
Consistent, efficient, and responsible heat is what you get from pellet stoves and inserts.
Pellet stoves and inserts have been around for many years but have become extremely popular in New England in the last decade. Pour a bag of pellets into the stove and the pellets slowly move down an auger into a burn pot where they ignite.
Pellets are usually sold by the ton and you generally need 2-3 tons to heat an average sized home for the winter. Can you image spending around?
Contact the Fireplace Showcase for information on which pellet stove or insert would work best for your home.