Pellet Stove Facts

Beat the high oil prices and switch to pellet fuel!

-Using pellet burning stoves can reduce your monthly heating bills.

-After burning wood pellet fuel, there is little ash left over, reducing the amount of clean-up work needed. And wood pellets produce virtually no creosote – a major cause of chimney fires.

-Made of 100% wood sawdust with no additives, the sawdust in pellets is a manufacturing by-product otherwise destined for landfills.

-Today, there are approximately 1 million pellet stoves and fireplace inserts used in homes throughout the United States and Canada.

-There are in excess of 80 mills in North America that manufacture wood pellets and more than 23 manufacturers of pellet appliances (stoves and fireplace inserts).

-A 40-lb bag of pellet fuel can provide up to 24 hours of solid heat.

-A winter’s supply of wood pellets is about 100-150 bags – depending on climatic and lifestyle variations.

-Stove manufacturers recommend that pellet stoves are serviced by a professional at least once a year to increase the efficiency and lifetime of the stove.

-Pellet stove repairs, pellet stove cleanings, and pellet stove maintenance are very important to keep up with so you get the best quality out of your pellet stove.
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We do not sell pellets, but we recommend our customers to Primo Pellets in Wallingford, CT.

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