Significantly reduce the amount of ash and the frequency that is required to remove ash, when you switch to a high efficiency wood pellet burning stove. Burning wood and wood pellets are two very separate things in terms of fuel source, efficiency, and appliance. When you burn wood pellets in a pellet stove, you’ll be shoveling less ash because wood pellets have a low ash content. When you choose a multi-fuel burning stove, you can reduce ash further by mixing wood pellets with corn.
“(With wood) I had to split, and stack, carry in, load the stove, keep checking it, dump full ash pans daily, and do it every day. It got us through, and we saved money at the cost of a lot of time spent servicing the needs of the stove. That’s fine for the 1800’s, but I don’t want to make a career of it. My savings came from sweat equity,” says Pat Barrett prior to owning a MagnuM brand appliance and making the switch to pellet stove heat.
So instead of shoving out ash as a daily routine with a wood burning stove or fireplace, you’ll only empty the ash pan of your MagnuM or Country Flame brand stove once a week or less, depending on your settings and size of ash pan. “We love our pellet stove and its ease of operation. It is so clean. Loading the pellets is a breeze. So little clean up and no ashes to worry about. No unsightly oil drum, a very inconspicuous venting system, and no odor. …Thank you so much. You helped us make a very wise decision.” Bob & Muriel Robert
Bob and Sharon Regan share what they appreciate after making the switch. “It (pellet stove) provides the comfort of wood heat without the mess of ashes, etc. It is environmentally friendly and puts the money in the hands of farmers instead of big oil.”
If you have questions about switching to pellet stove heat or the advantages of a multi-fuel pellet stove, please don’t hesitate to call our heating specialists. 1-320-227-2902