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Efficient and Beautiful Pellet and Mulit Fuel Stoves

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, September 03, 2013

We have a cold winter headed our way.  Over the last decade we had very few options to lower our heating bills. But today, as technology advances, more homeowners are looking for better, cheaper ways to heat their homes and stay warm. The cost of heating with oil, gas and electric is just too expensive.  

Wood pellet stoves and multi-fuel stoves give us a new, efficient way to heat our homes and cut down on our energy costs. Wood Pellet and multi fuel stoves have considerably more efficient heat output and can replace traditional ways of heating. Additionally, they add an attractive focal point to any room while doing it.

Heating with stoves has become very popular over the last few years, and pellet stoves are high on the list of favorite fuel types. As a result, pellet stoves and multi-fuel stoves have become more attractive and efficient over time, fitting into any home, any space and any décor.

The good news for consumers is that the pellet stove industry has had to remain very competitive, constantly updating, enhancing and improving the stoves on the market while keeping them affordable.

Depending on the size of the home and the pellet stove, homeowners can heat their whole home or they can effectively supplement their existing heating system, increasing their home’s warmth and their heating efficiency.  

With all the options for pellet and multi fuel stoves available, choose the right stove for your home and lifestyle. For more information on high quality, beautiful and highly efficient pellet and multi fuel stoves, contact St. Croix Stoves.

Pellet Stoves or Furnaces to Replace or Supplement Inefficient Heating this Winter

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, August 27, 2013

The Farmer’s Almanac says this winter will be “Cold.”  Home heating can put a big dent in your budget during the winter. But, in order to save money, you don't have to sit around wearing layers either. You can more efficiently heat your home without going broke to do it.

Most homes have one central heat source. A furnace that is fueled by gas, oil, coal, propane or electricity have been the most common options. But not anymore. Homeowners are starting to understand that pellet stoves and pellet furnaces are an efficient and economical way to heat in the winter.

In every home there is a place where people tend to congregate, the kitchen, family room, den, or great room. But sometimes, your central heating source does not heat your home evenly. Maybe your living room is the coldest room in the house in the winter. Turning up the heat is an inefficient way to get your favorite warmer. Now you have options.

Wood pellet stoves are a perfect option for heating one or two rooms of your home. If you want the cozy feeling your favorite room can offer, but you just are not warm enough a pellet stove is the perfect solution. A traditional open fireplace is inefficient, allowing most heat to go up the chimney. An open fire in an open hearth can even make a room colder! Pellet stoves are easy to use and force the heat out into your home. Better yet, you won’t be unnecessarily heating unused areas of your home.

If you have an outdated furnace that needs replacement, a pellet fueled furnace is worth taking a look at. They are an efficient and cheaper source of heat that can be used to heat your whole home more economically that an older furnace using fossil fuels. Pellet furnaces can actually be used to replace a furnace in a forced-air heating system fairly easily.

An old oil, gas or electric furnace can be replaced by a more efficient and environmentally-friendly central heating pellet furnace, which will produce the heat need to heat your home all winter for less money. And, they work in the same way as a normal forced-air system.

For more information on pellet stoves or pellet furnaces, contact St. Croix Stoves.

The Pro’s of Pellet and Multi Fuel Furnaces

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, March 06, 2013

If you have been considering an alternative way to heat your home, you have probably heard of pellet furnaces or mulit fuel furnaces. This is a more efficient and more environmentally friendly way to heat your home. Why is this becoming a popular way to heat?

Pellet furnaces are environmentally friendly - Wood pellet and multi fuel furnaces are environmentally friendly. They burn wood for fuel. The pellets are made from wood, or you can use cherry pits, corn, rye or wheat, or distilled grain.  

Heat output – A pellet furnace can heat your entire home more efficiently.

Efficient - Many wood pellet and multi fuel furnaces are upwards of 80% efficient. This means that more than 80% of the heat from the furnace goes to heating your home. Older furnaces can be as low as 60% efficient, this means you are paying to create heat you are not using to heat your home.

Less expensive to run - As well as being more efficient wood pellet and multi fuel furnaces are less expensive to run than traditional furnaces, especially if you're currently using oil. Pellets are around 30% cheaper than the oil needed to produce the same amount of heat.

Availability of wood pellets or multi fuel options  - You can fuel your furnace and heat  your home with the most cost effective fuel in your geographic area. These fuel options are also readily available and from domestic sources, which means they are much less expensive than gas or oil.
 
For more information on multi fuel furnaces, contact St. Croix Stoves.


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