Are you hearing more about pellet furnaces? That’s because the term seems to be gaining traction and people are curious. Some people mistake a pellet stove for a pellet furnace. While pellet stoves can put out as much heat as a traditional furnace, they are actually two different appliances.
Others are likely looking for a replacement heating system for their older, more traditional gas guzzling furnace. Whatever the reasons, we’re glad people are searching for information about pellet furnaces. We’ll be happy to answer any of your questions and help you decide what kind of heating solution is right for your home, cabin, workshop or office.
A pellet furnace, like the Magnum 6500 Furnace is a forced-air pellet furnace that burns both corn and wood pellets. It has been one of our featured products, and with good reason. The Magnum 6500 pellet furnace is designed with the most “advanced heat exchangers” and “air distribution system” on the market today. We hear from pellet furnace owners all the time that they love the Magnum 6500 for its reliability and durability over the years.
Read more about our featured pellet furnace, shop online now, or give our heating specialists a call with your questions at 1-800-495-3196.
Cindy Daniels says
I am interested in learning about pellet furnaces. My current furnace does not need replaced; but will in the next few years.
Although I have been researching the concept for several days, I simply am not finding information that compares the cost of running a purely electrical unit to a pellet type furnace. Is there a cost savings?
Having never heard of such a furnace, the concept does fit our ever changing life style. Although we are a few years away from replacing our furnace, we are researching now so we are ready when that time does come.
Any information you can provide will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you so much,