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Davenport Pellet Stove by Hudson River
This Davenport Pellet Stove 
by Hudson River is able to keep 
your home warm at all times. Made 
of hi... 
Starting at:
$2,579.00
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Winslow Pellet Stove by Ironstrike
This Winslow Pellet Stove by 
ironstrike is able to keep your home 
warm at all times. Made of high 
q... 
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$3,680.00
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Osburn 2500 Pellet Stove with Hearth Pad ...
This 2500 Pellet Stove by 
Osburn is able to keep your home 
warm at all times. Made of high - 
qualit... 
Starting at:
$3,403.37
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Osburn 3000 Pellet Stove with Termination...
Osburn 3000 pellet stove is 
an entry-level appliance, 
roughly comparable to the 3000 
model, whose a... 
Starting at:
$3,561.37
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Osburn 5000 Pellet Stove with Termination...
This 5000 Pellet Stove by 
Osburn will deliver all the 
ambiance and warmth you need for 
large spaces... 
Starting at:
$4,074.37
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Osburn 7000 Pellet Stove with 3" Terminat...
This 7000 Pellet Stove by 
Osburn is sure to create a serene 
and relaxing atmosphere to your 
home. M... 
Starting at:
$4,622.37
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Osburn Volta Pellet Stove with 54" Hearth...
This Volta Stove is 
unique with perfect balance of power, efficiency and cleanliness. It p... 
Starting at:
$4,745.09
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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!

 


FAQ's

Are pellet stoves high maintenance?

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