10 Best Pellet Stove Fireplace Insert

Updated on: September 2020

Best Pellet Stove Fireplace Insert in 2020


Comfortbilt HP22i Pellet Stove Insert Carbon Black

Comfortbilt HP22i Pellet Stove Insert Carbon Black
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • 42,000 btu- Heats 1700-2000 sq ft
  • 47 lbs hopper Capacity/Ash Pan
  • High efficiency/110 Volt/Programmable Heat Settings/Auto Ignition
  • Large View Area-Bay Design-Easy Install
  • 1 Year Warranty - Parts Available

Napoleon TPI35 Pellet Stove Insert

Napoleon TPI35 Pellet Stove Insert
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Includes Flashing with Black Trim.
  • Black door with air wash. 30 hours burn time, owners enjoy minimal maintenance and less refueling.
  • 120 CFM convection fan
  • Thermostatic control
  • 45 lb hopper, tested and certified to burn a 50% mixture of corn and pellet

US Stove Company US GW1949 Wiseway Non-Electric Pellet Stove, Black

US Stove Company US GW1949 Wiseway Non-Electric Pellet Stove, Black
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • EPA-certified nonelectric pellet stove utilizes a Natural gravity feed system, for less maintenance
  • 40,000 BTUs heats up to 2,000 sq. Ft
  • Uses standard 3-inch pellet venting
  • 60-Pound Hopper lasts for up to 36 hours
  • Silent operation and Modern Style
  • Material Type: Steel

Comfort Flame Builder Wood Burning Fireplace, 36-Inch

Comfort Flame Builder Wood Burning Fireplace, 36-Inch
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Uses 8" IHP, FMI, or Comfort Flame wood burning chimney pipe
  • Fireplace face is 38" (width) x33 and 1/16" (height)
  • Firebox dimensions are 36" front width x21 and 3/8" height x22 and 5/8" rear width
  • Includes steel log grate and mesh screens
  • Glass bi-fold doors optional (sold separately)

Medium Pellet Basket, Heating Source Using Wood Pellets in Your Wood Stove or Fireplace

Medium Pellet Basket, Heating Source Using Wood Pellets in Your Wood Stove or Fireplace
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Dimensions are 12" Wide x 8" Deep x 9.5" High
  • Basket weighs 12 lbs. and holds 12 lbs. of wood pellets
  • 1/4" thick, non-perforated
  • Heavy Duty All Welded
  • 7 Day Return Policy. Customer responsible for all shipping charges.

Large Pellet Basket, Heating Source Using Wood Pellets in Your Wood Stove or Fireplace

Large Pellet Basket, Heating Source Using Wood Pellets in Your Wood Stove or Fireplace
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Dimensions are 17" Wide X 8" Deep X 9.5" High
  • Basket weights 16 lbs and holds 16 lbs of wood pellets
  • 1/4 inch thick, non - perforated
  • Heavy Duty All Welded
  • 7 Day Return Policy. Customer responsible for all shipping charges.

PuraFlame 30 Inches Western Electric Fireplace Insert with Fire Crackling Sound, Remote Control, 750/1500W, Black

PuraFlame 30 Inches Western Electric Fireplace Insert with Fire Crackling Sound, Remote Control, 750/1500W, Black
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Overall dimensions: Width: 31.89" x Height: 24.61" x Depth: 8.78". For more dimension details, please refer to "User Manual" in "Technical Specification" section.
  • 3 flame settings with variable intensity and brightness can be used with or without heat all year long; 100% energy saving LED technology. A sleek look with three-sided interior brick wall and clean glass front trim design, without the hassle of cleaning dust or ashes.
  • Life-like resin log which is 11 13/16" high sitting on the grate above ember bed, that's just what a wood burning fireplace looks like.
  • Adjustable thermostat; A supplemental heat for up to 400 sq. ft. CANNOT be used as a main heat source; Remote control provided for easy operation.
  • Easy to install and uninstall. With flat bottom, the insert can just sit on the floor directly; Plug in and use under a voltage of 120, CANNOT be hard wired. One year warranty but customer service is always ready for help whenever you need.

e-Flame USA Regal Freestanding Electric Fireplace Stove - 3-D Log and Fire Effect (Black)

e-Flame USA Regal Freestanding Electric Fireplace Stove - 3-D Log and Fire Effect (Black)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • DESIGN | The classic design highlights the realistic wood burning effect and dancing flames. This hearth is lightweight, and stays cool-to-the-touch. Transporting from room-to-room is easy. This is a fashionable heating solution for any space. Perfect for your guest room, basement, garage, apartment, office, or motorhome/RV. Safe to set on all flooring types.
  • FEATURES | A quiet, fan-forced heater has easy-to-adjust settings for even heat distribution. Enjoy the warm glow of the flames all year with the no-heat. Safety protection includes automatic shut-off to prevent overheating. Unit is odorless and smokeless. Safe for the elderly, kids, and pets.
  • DECORATION | Dress your firebox up to reflect your personal style. All exterior faces stay cool, so it is a great way to display your seasonal décor and home accessories.
  • ENERGY SAVINGS | This unit can reduce your electric bill by using over 90% less energy than gas. It heats up quickly, and has two heat setting options so there is no need to pay the high cost of heating your entire home.
  • SPECIFICATIONS | Replaceable 40-watt bulbs (2). This 1500-watt unit comes with a 6-ft. long cord which plugs into any standard household outlet. Provides supplemental heat for up to 400 sq. ft. Opening mesh door. 5115 BTUs. Quick and easy assembly will get you warm and comfortable in minutes. 24.7" (H) x 23.6" (W) x 11.2"

Midwest Hearth Wood Stove Replacement Gasket Kit for Woodburning Stoves - Graphite Impregnated Fiberglass Gaskets and Adhesive (5/8" x 84" Rope)

Midwest Hearth Wood Stove Replacement Gasket Kit for Woodburning Stoves - Graphite Impregnated Fiberglass Gaskets and Adhesive (5/8
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • ABRASION/CRUSH RESISTANT - Graphite impregnation/lubrication makes gasketing more abrasion resistant.
  • GRAPHITE IMPREGNATED FIBERGLASS - Less likely to get stuck with creosote ensuring a better and more consistent seal.
  • BLACK GASKET - Used by leading stove manufacturers due to better aesthetics and higher performance.
  • PROFESSIONAL STRENGTH CEMENT - Withstands 2000-degrees Farenheit. Adheres to all types of stoves from steel to cast iron.
  • MADE IN USA - Quality manufactured in the United States.

PowerSmith PAVC101 10 Amp 3 Gallon All-In-One Ash Vacuum, Shop Vacuum, and Blower with Metal Lined Hose, Metal Nozzle, Wheeled Base, 2 Extension Wands, Brush Nozzle, Turbo Nozzle, and Filter

PowerSmith PAVC101 10 Amp 3 Gallon All-In-One Ash Vacuum, Shop Vacuum, and Blower with Metal Lined Hose, Metal Nozzle, Wheeled Base, 2 Extension Wands, Brush Nozzle, Turbo Nozzle, and Filter
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Specifically designed to clean warm and cool ash out of fireplaces, wood stoves, pellet stoves, and barbeque grills
  • Washable and replaceable fire-resistant filter system filters out the finest dust and ash
  • Heat-resistant metal hose and metal canister. Quiet and Powerful 10 Amp motor
  • Additional Accessories, Casters and a 16 foot cord allows use as a regular shop vacuum
  • Includes: Metal hose, metal nozzle, wheeled base, (2) straight extensionwands, brush nozzle, Turbo nozzle, and (1) Filter

Buying A Pellet Stove: The Pros and Cons

Read this informative article and learn some pros and cons of buying a pellet stove!

What Is a Pellet Stove?
At first glance, pellet stoves look like traditional wood stoves. However, this type of stove burns pellets, which is recycled sawdust that's been compressed into pieces that measure 3/8 to 1-inch long. (see 2nd photo) Some types of pellet stoves burn wood chips, corn, seeds, grain or paper pellets.

There are several brands of pellet stoves on the market today including Lopi, Harman and Avalon. Besides freestanding stoves, there are also fireplace inserts, furnaces and boilers that burn pellets.

The Pros and Cons of Buying a Pellet Stove

1. Pellet Stoves Are Higher Priced Than Traditional Wood Stoves
You can expect to buy a pellet stove and have it installed for $2,000 - $4,000, depending on the style, and bells and whistles you choose. Wood stoves can be purchased and installed for less money, especially if you have an existing chimney.

2. Pellet Stoves Don't Require Chimneys
Conventional wood stoves require masonry or stainless steel, insulated chimneys. A pro of buying a pellet stove is, it only requires a vent pipe run to the outside. Not having a chimney means you won't have to clean it when the creosote becomes a 1/4-inch thick. It also means you won't have to worry about chimney fires. Another plus is that pellet stoves burn clean and efficiently.

3. Extended Service Contracts Are Recommended for Pellet Stoves
Since pellet stoves contain networks of motors, other moving parts, and electronic circuitry, they require regular maintenance. The fancier the stove is, the more automatic gadgets it has, the more there is to go wrong with it. That's why it's a good idea to buy an extended service contract at the same time you purchase a pellet stove. Even if you're a do-it-yourselfer, maintaining a pellet stove can be difficult.

4. Pellet Stoves Mean No More Searching for Matches
If you've ever tried to light a conventional wood stove, you know how frustrating it can be. You have to find matches, a few sheets of newspaper and some twigs, or buy starting blocks to ignite the fuel. Sometimes you can light a woodstove with one try. Other times, though, it takes several annoying tries. Buying a pellet stove means no hassle to light it. All you have to do is push a button or adjust the thermostat setting.

5. Pellet Stoves Require Electricity to Work
Another con of buying a pellet stove is, that it needs to be located near a 110-volt electrical outlet so it can be plugged in. That means, whenever your electric goes out, your pellet stove won't work. Some models of pellet stoves do have battery backups that can run for several hours. However, if your electricity isn't restored by the time the battery runs down, you'll be left in the cold again.

6. Wood Pellets Are Sometimes Hard to Find
Even though buying wood pellets is costly, it's still cheaper than buying heating oil for a season, for example. The actual cost of heating your home with a pellet stove depends basically on the cost of the pellets and how many you use in a season.

The bigger problem is that wood pellets are sometimes hard to find. www.consumersaffairs.com reported in December 2005 that owners of wood pellet stoves were "...facing a severe shortage..." And things haven't gotten any better. The Wall Street Journal online reported in March of 2020 that, the decrease in home construction has created a shortage of sawdust. This shortage, along with the higher demands in the pellet market, has increased the price of the sawdust that is available.

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