Eco-friendly pellet stoves burn compressed wood or biomass pellets as a source of heat for residential and industrial spaces. By slowly feeding fuel from its hopper into a “burn-pot area,” these pellet stoves create a constant flame that requires few physical adjustments. Known for being environmentally-friendly, they can burn wood pellets, soy beans, corn, olive pits, and biomass fuel grains. Manual and automatic ignition options are available, so be sure to check out which igniter-type yours uses. Below are some of our most highly recommended models of wood pellet stoves.
The multi-fuel US Stove 6041i Insert can be added into your existing fireplace to add supplemental heat to spaces as large as 2,000 square feet. Use its digital control board to choose between multiple heat and blower settings to ensure your room receives your desired amount of heat.
Digital features and a heating capacity of 1,400 square feet make the US Stove 5040 an easy choice for people heating moderately-sized houses or condos. This wood pellet stove offers 4 heat settings, an automatic igniter, and a compact design.
The US Stove 6041, a multi-fuel pellet stove, is a sophisticated heating appliance that offers 9 heat settings and 9 blower speeds to easily adjust your home’s temperature. Up to 52,000 BTUs of power efficiently heat areas as large as 2,400 square feet, and several convenience and safety features make operation easy.
The US Stove 6041HF Pellet Stove with Legs provides eco-friendly heat to spaces as large as 2,400 square feet. An advanced control panel makes it easy to program heat settings that include: 9 blower settings, 9 fan speeds, and 2 modes. Automatic safety features ensure this model provides heat efficiently and safely.
Automatic features and a powerful heating capacity make the US Stove 5500M High Capacity King Pellet Stove a popular and eco-friendly way to warm extremely cold spaces as large as 2,200 square feet. A digital control panel with LCD display makes switching modes, heat settings, or blower speeds as simple as pushing a button.