Accentra pellet stoves, made by Harman, provide warmth and are easy to maintain. The product has a large ash pan that allows it to burn up to one ton of pellets before the user is required to empty it. The stove also comes with an optional cast iron hearth pad and an outside air kit that means the Accentra pellet stove can be installed almost anywhere within a home.
The Accentra stove provides a traditional touch and has a 50-pound hopper capacity. It is Environmental Protection Agency certified and heats from 900 to 2,400 square feet depending on the climate and home efficiency. Accentra pellet stoves come with a limited lifetime warranty and feature the Pellet Pro system, which allows for efficient and long-term burning of pellets.
Advance pellet stoves, also from Harman, come with user-friendly controls that feature sensing technology intelligence. The product heats up between 900 and 2,400 square feet depending on the energy efficiency of the home and the climate. Advance pellet stoves feature 60-pound hoppers, a bay-window firebox that provides a greater viewing area and is EPA certified. These pellet stoves use exhaust-sensing probe technology to monitor and adjust heat levels within 1 degree to keep the atmosphere at room temperature, and feature the Pellet Pro system.