If you own a pellet stove, then you are used to regular maintenance, cleaning out the hopper, emptying the ash pan, etc. A part of your regular pellet stove maintenance should include removing any dust from inside your stove, around the motor and internal parts. Just like dust can build up over time on your television or bookshelves, dust can accumulate on and in your pellet stove. We know what tough workhorses our pellet stoves are, but they still need preventative maintenance so you can enjoy warm, reliable heat all season long. Therefore, make sure you gently remove dust from inside your stove.
If you run your furnace fan to circulate air, make sure you change the filter to trap more dust. Also, if it’s been a while since you’ve had your house vents and duct work cleaned, doing so can greatly reduce the amount of dust in the air and around your house.