This is When You Should Buy a Pellet Stove

With a nip in the air and kids heading back in school, there’s no denying the seasons are changing. Fall is a great time to prepare for the coming winter. By caulking and sealing windows, replacing weather stripping or installing a new Harman pellet stove, you can save money on your utility bills and have improved home comfort when the temperatures drop. And they will drop. The weather outside will be absolutely frightful this winter predicts The Old Farmer’s Almanac. Harman Stoves is here to help make it a little more delightful. If a pellet stove has been on the wish list for your dream home, allow us to provide a primer on this household appliance and how to save with our Stoke the Season offer.

Pellet Stove Basics
Pellet stoves look like free-standing wood stoves and burn pellets made of renewable materials such as wood chips and sawdust. Pellets are generally sold in 40 pound bags and are readily available for purchase at hearth dealers and home improvement stores. Harman’s PelletPro™ System thoroughly burns every pellet, and one bag can heat a home for up to 24 hours. Depending on the size of the stove you purchase and your home’s floor plan, you may be able to heat your whole home with a pellet stove.

Harman Absolute43 Pellet Stove

Savings for the Environment and You
Thanks to technology incorporated into today’s pellet stoves, they are convenient, easy-to-use, highly efficient and environmentally responsible. Unlike traditional wood fireplaces, pellet stoves have programmable thermostats that adjust heat output – and some can control room temperature within 1 degree of the set temperature. Pellet stoves burn so efficiently that they emit extremely low outside air particulates and very little ash is created, which minimizes clean up. Some models even have automatic cleaning cycles, reducing maintenance even more.

Harman Absolute43 EASY Touch Controls

Many homeowners install a pellet stove to supplement their primary heating system. The additional heat generated by a pellet stove allows you to turn down your home’s thermostat by 10-15 degrees, using the pellet stove to zone heat the rooms you use most. If your home is heated with propane, fuel oil or electricity, your savings can be compounded simply by the fact that pellets cost less. You can calculate your approximate savings using this pellet fuel savings calculator.

Harman Advance Pellet Stove

Stoke the season with additional savings now. If all these reasons aren’t enough to convince you that now is the time to get a pellet stove, you can take advantage of our current offer and save up to $300 on a new stove through Sept. 14. That will make the fire all the more enjoyable this winter.