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A pellet stove burns wood pellets instead of logs. These pellets consist of pressed sawdust and wood shavings, and burn more completely and produce fewer emissions than raw wood does. Their uniform size and shape allows ... More »

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Installing a pellet-stove is a simple five-step process. Pellet stoves consume less fuel than other home heating appliances, are designed to conserve energy, do not require much maintenance and are easy to operate. More »

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Pellet stoves burn recycled materials at a high temperature that makes it cleaner and more efficient than wood, and they are easy to operate. The stoves and bags of pellets are small so they don't take up much space in t... More »

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Wood indoor heaters, commonly referred to as wood stoves, burn wood for energy to create heat, while pellet stoves burn pellets of biomass as an energy source. These heaters function the same as oil or propane boilers wi... More »

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Alaska pellet stoves burn environmentally friendly biomass fuel called pellets rather than the normal wood that wood-burning stoves use. Pellets are less expensive and easier to feed into stoves than wood. Pellet stoves ... More »

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Quadra-Fire pellet stoves work by using a convection fan to circulate heat generated by pellets burning inside the stove. Provided with adequate pellets, Quadra-Fire pellet stoves automatically add pellets to the burn ar... More »

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Most pellet stoves are incapable of burning ordinary wood for fuel. They are only able to burn pellets designed and approved for their use. Generally, pellets are 3/8 inch to 1 inch in size and made of compacted bark, wo... More »

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