The best wood pellet stoves are the Harman P68, the Quadra-Fire Mt. Vernon AE and the Napoleon NPS45, according to Consumer Search. As of 2015, these stoves range in price from $3,100 to $4,100.
The Harman P68 can hold 76 pounds of pellets and gets and average of around 20 hours of burn time. The Quadra-Fire Mt. Vernon AE is a high-tech stove that has an exhaust motor that automatically adjusts to the flame and features a battery backup. The Napoleon NPS45 is a better choice for a small space. It boasts a 55-pound hopper and optional thermostatic control and is easy to use and clean.