Unlike traditional wood-burning stoves, pellet stoves can be vented or ported to the outside of your home with a small hole through the wall, providing more options for installation. In addition, pellet stoves can be placed closer to the wall than traditional wood-burning stoves. The ease of venting pellet stoves combined with close proximity installations make it possible to install pellet stoves in practically any home environment.
Pellet burning stoves are extremely energy efficient and burn clean with almost no smoke emitted or residue left behind from the burned pellets. Pellet stoves can be controlled by a thermostat which regulates the amount of heat produced by the stove. Many homeowners also find that pellet stoves are easier to maintain, stock, and supply than traditional wood stoves. Pellet bags are easy to store and make a viable alternative to stocking cordwood. Unlike traditional wood stoves, pellet stoves do not need to be refueled every few hours.
Certain pellet stoves can burn several different types of pellets for fuel as well as imitation wood logs to mimic the appearance of a traditional wood stove. Pellet stoves have become increasingly popular in Maine as more people discover how much they can save on their monthly heating bills by burning wood pellets.
Contact us today for full details on how to put pellet stoves to work in your home and begin saving on your monthly heating costs for years to come.