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The Davenport and Kinderhook Freestanding Pellet Stoves by Hudson River qualify for the
Federal Tax Program!  

Beginning in 2021, consumers buying highly efficient wood or pellet stoves or larger residential biomass heating systems will be able to claim a 26% tax credit that is uncapped and based on the full cost (purchase and installation) of the unit.



Pellet Stoves for Your Home

In the cold areas of the world, heating units within are a great source to avoid the high heating costs. Luckily, a freestanding pellet stove with inserts that fits inside an existing fireplace is the best kind of solution. At first, a pellet stove looks like a traditional wood stove but functions more like a modern furnace. Interesting, right? 

Now, having trouble looking for an insert or a freestanding pellet stove for your house? We are here to help! There are three major types in which you can select from. These varieties are price-friendly and reliable.  

Types of Home Pellet Units

The Traditional Pellet Stove 

The traditional pellet stove is a type of fireplace insert that comes with a standard loading feature. It is easy to use and to refill and can also help with heating costs! This suits auxiliary heating that is the same with a wood stove or a fireplace.

The Automatic Pellet Boiler

The automatic pellet boiler is more modern than a traditional pellet stove. It has an automated loading mechanism that can serve as the main power source. 

The Stove-Pellet

The stove-pellet is a type of boiler which heats a space where the actual stove is located. Also, it can provide hot water and can heat more than one furnace!

Another great aspect with heating through a pellet source is, it offers many options you wouldn't see in most heating sources. With gas or oil heating, a pellet stove also has a nifty ignition system.  What’s awesome about having a pellet stove in your household? A pellet stove can do temperature adjustment, programming, and can have a remote control system which can make your life so much easier!

There is no need for a chimney when owning a pellet stove. This kind of stove is fitted with an active smoke withdrawal system through a blower system. 

A pellet stove can go to 90% proficiency power or more to ensure that you can increase the efficiency upon using it.
Pellet stoves are long-lasting and durable. The pellet reserve in the stove has a surprising capacity of about 12 hours at full power. This means that the stove must only be refilled manually once or twice a day or less depending on your use of this particular stove.

The best part is saved for last! Pellets for a pellet stove are extremely affordable! The use of pellets is relatively low-priced compared with other fuels.

 Fireplace Doors Online is here for you! Please reach out to us at 888-986-1535 with any questions and we will assist you with your pellet stove purchase today!

Wood Pellet Inserts for Quality Heating Stoves

High-efficiency wood pellet inserts have been proven effective in increasing the heat productivity of heating your home. Basically, wood pellet inserts function similar to wood stoves, fitting into a fireplace and using the existing smokestack. Moreover, well-fitted inserts can process nearly as efficiently as a wood stove.

Wood pellet inserts can provide some great aspects to your home and your heating efficiency. Check out some points we put together for you! 

Safe and easy-use operative system

Using a pellet insert is very easy and affordable. All you need to do is pull out the hopper and load it with wood bits. Through these pellets,  you will be provided heat for at least 14 to 16 hours. You don’t need to reload from time to time. Wood pellet inserts are materials that do not give off external heat during its operation. Its quality makes pellet inserts a great choice if you have playful children or energetic pets in your home.

A total eco-friendly heating system that produces clean-burning.

Wood pellets inserts are more consistent with very little ash or creosote build-up. An asset of a pellet stove over any other old-style heating system is that there is little to no smoke produced from a pellet-burning fire. There is no need to worry about smoky rooms or unpleasant odors. When heating with a wood pellet insert,  your space is exempted from dry air as well. Moreover, pellets are entirely renewable and efficient. 

Since they are made from quality materials like recycled wood and sawdust, these based components are compact and condense, so firing them up will only result in a low-moisture yet highly efficient fire. Also, released substances from these inserts are not harmful during ignition.  

Affordable pricing

Purchasing a wood pellet insert can save you when it comes to spending, especially if you’re on a tight budget. The regular cost of a 40-pound bag of wood pellets is about three dollars. With this estimation, it can already provide the necessary heat for two or more days in a household. That’s why a lot of homeowners are choosing this set due to its inexpensiveness. 

Top-notch Fuel Storage

Storing wood pellets will not take up as much space as some other stove materials. The compactness feature of these materials is very helpful and space-saving. Additionally, since logs are already bagged when picked up, you can have the means of storing them inside your home. In this way, you can have easy access to your heating fuel.

Contact us at 888-986-1535 to find out more information about these affordable and eco-friendly heating systems.



Why wood pellets are sustainable materials for home heating systems?

  • Well, wood pellets used in the stove are solid and low in moisture but have an outstanding efficiency level. Scorching them cannot release toxins or other unwanted substances that may be harmful to people.




Are pellet stoves high maintenance?

  • Surprisingly, no. High-quality pellets can have a limited ash pan for cleaning – no hassle included.