When it’s cold outside and when it’s snowing, you’ll dream of sitting by the cozy fireplace at home and enjoying the warmth. You no longer need to build a fireplace and chop and stack firewood. Have you thought that you can save all the effort and energy, clean and cheap heat? This is already possible with pellet stove!
How does the pellet stove work?
The functioning of the pellet stove is similar to that of a wood stove – pellets are burned instead of logs. The pellet stove is placed in a room, mostly in the living room. Energy efficiency depends on which material the pellets are made from. Most pellets are made of wood, but energy sources are pellets made from corn spindles. With pellet stoves you can also heat the whole house energy-saving. You have the option to connect and install a pellet heating system by means of hot water preparation.
Pellet stove or stove? What should you choose?
A wood burning stove heats just as well and comfortably as a pellet stove. What is the difference then? Heating with pellets is partially automated. The pellets are easier to store and even easier to fill in the oven. You can also regulate the combustion process and the switching off and on of the stove by means of a thermostat. Not only the cozy warmth is worthwhile. The market also offers you a choice of clean lines and modern design. If the pellet stove is water-bearing, use the heating capacity optimally and energy-efficiently. What advantages still offer the pellet stove, read on!
Pellet stove – what advantages does it have?
Whether or not a pellet stove really pays depends on many components. Of course, bad pellets mean poor efficiency and quality. But two advantages can settle any dispute – financially, it pays 100% and pellets protect the environment. With pellet stoves, you enjoy a pleasant indoor climate and no polluted air, as they have a clean combustion with only a few pollutants. As we said above,
You should note that when heating with pellet stove:
Whether you want to buy a single pellet stove or plan to heat the whole house with pellets, it is important to consider the size of the room. If the room size is less than 40 m², you will not need a large pellet stove. In any case, you have to consider one basic rule – the larger the kilowatt output, the more oxygen is necessary. You must also pay attention to the type of chimney, as not all are compatible. It’s best to discuss the installation with a chimney sweep. For the right model, consult with experts. For the design – just get ideas from our picture gallery!