What is a Pellet Stove? A pellet stove is a stove that burns compressed wood or biomass pellets to create a source of heat. By slowly feeding fuel (pellets) from a storage container (hopper) into a burn-pot area, they create a constant flame that requires little to no physical adjustments. Most pellet stoves are self-igniting and cycle themselves on and off controlled by a thermostat. Pellet stoves that are equipped with automatic ignition can be used with a remote control.
Pellet Furnace: Pellet furnaces and pellet boilers are now available in addition to the stove. These units can be retrofitted into existing home heating systems with only minor changes to existing ductwork. They are now becoming known as an alternative to a conventional furnace.
Pellet Insert: Ready to convert that heat-wasting, messy fireplace into an energy-efficient, easy to maintain heating source? Then the pellet insert is your answer. Comfort Home and Hearth offers a full line of pellet fireplace inserts and will find the best heating solution for your home.