Pellet Stoves Inserts Ottawa
Pellet stoves inserts, similar in appearance to traditional wood-burning stoves, burn pellets—compact, one-inch-long pieces made from recycled sawdust and wood shavings. Because pellets are higher in density and lower in moisture than wood, they burn more efficiently and with less smoke and ash.
Pellet stoves inserts, burn biomass pellet fuels to create a source of heat by slowly feeding fuel from a storage container (hopper) into a burn-pot area, they create a constant flame that requires little to no physical adjustments. Pellets come from renewable natural resources – well – managed forests and crops are a renewable, sustainable source of energy that helps us reduce greenhouse gas emissions and be less dependent on oil and gas.Pellet Stoves Inserts Ottawa
As plants grow they absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. when plants die and are left to decompose the carbon stored in them is released in the atmosphere as carbon dioxide. Burning pellets produces the same amount of carbon dioxide as it has absorbed during it’s life cycle – making pellet burning carbon neutral.
E.P.A. certified pellets feature the latest technology such as auto ignition, large easy to load hoppers and variable speed augers and blowers to provide a consistent, controllable heat source providing home owners with low maintenance burner that requires less cleaning and impressive high heat efficiency.
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Depending on the size of your room and how important the fireplace is to serve as a heat source, you’ll want to consider the size needed when purchasing a new wood fireplace.
Pellet stoves come in two basic styles. Fireplace inserts are set into a home’s existing fireplace, utilizing the same chimney and flue. Freestanding units can be placed anywhere in a room once proper floor guards and vents (specifically intended for wood-burning stoves) have been installed.
Either option will need to be situated near an electrical source to run the automated features of the stove. As for as the appearance, pellet stoves can be found in a wide range of designs, from old-fashioned to modern and from ornately decorated to streamlined.
Pellet stoves, depending on size and styling, sell for somewhat higher price than traditional wood-burning stoves owing to the automated features built into each unit. Installation costs usually fall in the same range as in wood burning installation but are worth the expense. When introducing any wood-burning unit to the home, be sure it meets local safety codes.
The pellets themselves are typically sold in 40-pound bags for $5 to $8 (or by the ton for about $250; similar in price to a cord of firewood). Before committing to a pellet stove, research pellet availability in your area, as supplies and costs vary depending on factors—whether there are pellet mills nearby or they will need to be shipped a long distance, for instance.
Before purchasing a pellet stove, determine your own home’s heating needs and compare features of various brands. Our Pellet Experts are on call to answer your many questions and concerns. Contact us today to learn more about pellet stove or insert of your choice.