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Pellet Stove Inserts to Heat Your Home

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, April 09, 2013

Too many homeowners paid far too much for home heating this winter. Thus has begun the search for a better, more efficient, more cost effective winter heating alternative. If you are one of these folks, consider a pellet stove insert.
 
A pellet stove insert is your answer to all of the above. Add to this that they burn renewable energy, or biomass, which makes them a greener alternative as well. The design of St. Croix pellet stove inserts allows you to burn wood pellets, cherry pits, and a combination of up to 50% corn and 50% wood pellets, which gives you greater flexibility with your choice of renewable, efficient fuel sources.

Wood pellet stove inserts have higher combustion and heating efficiency than wood stoves so they release a very little amount of particulates into the air, far less than wood stoves. St. Croix pellet stove inserts have a heat capacity of up to 40,000 BTU per hour and can be used to heat a home that is up to 1800 square feet. This means you can use this fireplace insert as the only way to heat your home, or as a supplemental heat source.
 
The Ashby-P pellet insert is designed to make your space warm. Built to replace your current source of woodburning heat, the Ashby insert offers all the benefits of a standard wood pellet stove while fitting into your existing fireplace profile. With easy-cleaning features and a wall-mount thermostat, you’re able to efficiently control  the fire—leaving you with a heating source that’s both conventional and contemporary.

All St. Croix pellet stoves and stove inserts are made with durable, ceramic glass that not only allows you a clear view of the fire, but also makes the stove inserts safer for your home. Pellet stove inserts are becoming very popular with homeowners. For more information, contact St. Croix Stoves.

Pellet Stoves are a Better Alternative

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, March 26, 2013

St Croix Pellet Stove HastingsToday the price of heating oil is $3.93. An average tank needs to be filled several times in one winter, making the cost of heating with oil for one winter around, or in most cases above $1500 for an average sized home. This is too much money. Most home heating bills are too high. There is an alternative: heating with pellets.

The biggest challenge in heating your home with oil is the fluctuation in cost. The price can go up at any given time, making it very difficult to budget for your home heating expenses. When you use pellet stoves, the price of pellets does not change throughout the winter. If it takes two tons of pellets to heat your home with a pellet stove, it will always take two tons of pellets to heat your home. When you heat with a pellet stove, you can budget for your heating bill at the beginning of the winter, with no surprises.

Pellet stoves are an alternative to help lower your home heating costs. Pellet stoves use wood and other biomass to heat your home, making the fuel much more economical than heating oil. Pellet stoves have their own in-built hopper, and are automated to feed the fire when necessary depending on the heat output you need. This makes pellet stoves very easy and efficient to run.

But there is another advantage to using pellet stoves to heat your home, biomass heat has low carbon emissions, making them a greener solution. For more information on heating your home with a pellet stove, contact St. Croix Stoves.

Choosing an Eco Friendly Stove or Fireplace Insert

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, January 23, 2013

During the winter fireplaces tend to be the focal point of many homes. But the typical open masonry fireplace is not an efficient or environmentally sensitive heating source.

Most efficient and eco friendly fireplaces are either fireplace inserts, or free standing stoves. They tend to produce less pollution than standard fireplaces.

First, decide if you are interested in a fireplace insert or stove primarily for heating or for decorative purposes.

For more serious heat, consider wood and pellet stove inserts, or wood and pellet stoves.

When considering pellet stoves or fireplace inserts, you should know the following:

Pellet stoves: Wood pellets are 3/8 of an inch to 1 inch.

The pellets are made from compressed sawdust, wood chips, bark, agricultural waste and other organic materials.

Pellets are much more convenient to operate and have much higher combustion and heating efficiencies than ordinary wood stoves or fireplaces. As a result, pellet stoves produce very little air pollution and are considered the cleanest of the solid fuel-burning residential heating appliances.

For more information on pellet stoves and inserts for your home, contact St. Croix Stoves.

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Benefits of Pellet Stoves for Your Home

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, December 11, 2012
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If you are looking at better, more effective and more economical ways to heat your home, you should consider wood pellet stoves. The benefits of a wood pellet stove include a higher combustion and heating efficiency than your traditional wood stove. As a result, little air pollution is produced. Heating capacities for St. Croix pellet stoves range up to 40,000 BTU’s per hour.

Pellet stoves can fit in traditional or modern homes and the large windows allow you to relax and enjoy the fire, just like with a wood stove.

Hastings Pellet Stoves – the exact look and feel of a traditional wood burning stove.

Afton Bay Pellet Stoves – captures the style of traditional fireplaces, while adopting all the efficiencies of modern pellet stoves.

For more information, contact St. Croix Stoves.

Make the Decision to Buy a Pellet Stove

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, September 18, 2012
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Pellet stoves are a great way to heat your home. The beauty of a fire, with the added advantages of a pellet stove, mainly better efficiency. And St. Croix Stoves knows how to create a beautiful and efficient pellet stove for your home heating.

If you have been thinking about buying a pellet stove or reducing your winter heating bills, now is the time to look at St. Croix Pellet Stoves. With the fluctuating costs of home heating oil, your new pellet stove will most likely pay for itself in one winter. For less than the price of oil for the winter, you could own a St. Croix Pellet Stove and the pellet fuel to heat your home for the winter!

Fire makes wonderful ambiance in any home. Pellet stoves can heat your whole home all winter, so no more huge heating bills.

St. Croix Pellet stoves will keep you warmer this winter, reduce your heating bills, add atmosphere to your home and increase your home’s value.

Click “pellet stovesfor more information from St. Croix Stoves.


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