Best Pellet Stove Insert in 2020
Comfortbilt HP22i Pellet Stove Insert Carbon Black
- 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
- 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
- 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
PuraFlame 30 Inches Western Electric Fireplace Insert with Fire Crackling Sound, Remote Control, 750/1500W, Black
- 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.
Comfortbilt Pellet Stove HP22- 50,000 BTU
- 50,000 btu - Heats up to 2,800 sq. feet!
- Large viewing area - Bay Design - Carbon Black!
- Powerful Blower, EPA Certified, 110 Volt
- 55 lbs. Hopper Capacity,Auto Ignition, Ash Pan, Programmable Thermostat
- 1 Year Parts Warranty-Technical assistance available after purchase
Breckwell Pellet Stove Burn Pot - A-S-INSERT
- Breckwell Stainless Steel Burn Pot Insert (A-S-Insert)
- See Product Description Below for Models This Grate Fits
Pelpro PP130-B Pellet Stove, Black
- POWERFUL HEATER features 50, 000 BTU input and 40, 600 BTU output that equals less loss of heat. The stove's easy to use controls include automatic ignition and intuitive dial thermostat for easy, comfortable heat.
- UP TO 2, 500 SQ FT OF HEATED SPACE due to the high BTU output and the large capacity hopper provides up to 96 hours of burning time. The stove's powerful variable-speed blower is 120 v and plugs into a 110 outlet.
- 130 POUND HOPPER capacity provides up to 4 days between refueling and features a self-emptying fire pot that extends time between cleanings.
- EPA CERTIFIED for clean-burning performance, 58% more heat output than the competition. The pellet stove is also EPA certified for best in class fuel economy at 87. 5%.
- COVERAGE provides a 5-year Firebox and 1-year Electrical for the pellet heater. This stove is mobile home approved with the included fresh air intake.
- Material Type: Steel
Pleasant Hearth VFS2-PH30DT 30,000 BTU 32 in. Intermediate Gas Vent Free Stove, Black
- Dual fuel Technology (LP or NG)
- 30, 000 BTU/hour
- Heats up to 1, 000 sq. Ft
- 2 year
Napoleon Fireplaces Wood Burning Fireplace Insert for EPI-1402- Metallic Black
- 2 Whisper Quiet heat circulating blowers
- Automatic Thermodisc
- Variable Speed Control
Pleasant Hearth VFS2-PH20DT 20,000 BTU 23.5 in. Compact Gas Vent Free Stove
- Dual fuel Technology (LP or NG)
- 20,000 BTU/hour
- Heats up to 700 sq. Ft
- 2 year Warranty
- Finish Types: Black
Wood Pellet Stoves: Great Savings and Great Warmth
Wood pellet stoves can save your money on your heating bill. They are also safe, clean, and provide excellent heat.
My husband was dead set on installing a wood stove. Having had one in the past, I was not very enthusiastic about the idea. Not only did I find them messy, but dangerous as well. Since out house is quite old the thought of a wood stove fire frightened me.
However, after our fuel gas heating bill climbed to over $3000 dollars last winter I knew something had to be done. We had looked into converting to natural gas, and discovered while this type of heat would be cheaper once it was installed, the installation would be well beyond our current means.
Not only would we have to install the pipes from the road to the house, which would be fairly expensive, but in our case we would need to replace all the heating pipes inside the house, as well as our furnace since it was too old to be converted to natural gas and our hot water heater as well. Having gotten an estimate for the parts and labor we realized that it would take almost our entire yearly income to convert to natural gas.
Since we both like to eat, and have electricity we decided that such a conversion at this time was simply not a workable solution.
That left us with only one alternative. Wood heat. While not happy with this solution I agreed to allow my husband to do some research into the matter and see if he could up with a solution that would guarantee that we could both be warm and that I would not worry myself to death.
To my surprise he did. The solution proved to be, not the old fashioned kind of wood stove, but the newer wood pellet stoves. To my surprise not only were these stoves affordable, but the installation was simple and they are incredibly safe. I can actually lay my hand on the top of the stove when it is burning full force, but it only requires a floor pad and not the surrounding wall pads as well.
It also keeps our home much warmer than our fuel gas furnace did but at half the cost.
In fact, when we added up the cost of the stove and all the parts, the installation which we could do ourselves, a state of the art thermostat and the fuel for the entire winter we have cut this years heating bill in half!
Next year, without the expensive of the stove and the accompanying paraphernalia our heating expenses should be drastically reduced.
This change has made not only a big difference in our outgoing expenses this coming winter but has allowed us to live in more comfort than ever before.