Fri 21 Dec, 2012 04:48 am
If you are investigating a pellet stove as an environmentally sound heating source, you'll notice that the stove is similar in appearance to a traditional wood stove. Instead of using wood, the pellet stoves burn compressed pellets made of dried wood and wood waste. Many pellet stoves also need electricity to operate. Because the pellet stoves burn so cleanly, pellet stoves do not require certification from the Environmental Protection Agency.
Pellet stoves can provide a reliable household heating option with a minimum of effort. Once you fill the pellet hopper and choose a heat setting, the pellets are delivered automatically to maintain that desired setting. Air is also delivered automatically, or with few adjustments, to the stove. A heat exchanger transfers the heated stove air into the surrounding room.
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