Whether you are determined to create a quaint bedroom or ultra-modern design, nothing beats having a personal fire burning in the relaxing, master bedroom. After a busy day, you’ll appreciate a quiet sanctuary of a warm fire burning in a small, but powerful Baby Countryside pellet stove.
When people think about installing a fireplace in a master bedroom, the task may seem daunting if adding one for the first time. That’s the beauty of a MagnuM Baby Countryside pellet stove! No chimney is needed. Simple-to-install venting makes a Baby Countryside a popular choice for ambient heat in a place where people want to sit and watch the fire, read, and sip hot coffee.
Easy to Install
With pellet stoves, there’s no need to run a gas line or build a chimney. Most stoves operate on a simple venting system that’s easy and less inexpensive than a chimney to install – only a simple exhaust system (and fresh air intake) is needed. All that’s required is a venting system that will carry exhaust out through an exterior wall, and a vent to bring clean air to the stove.
Great for Intermittent Use
With a pellet stove, pellets are simply added to the hopper and ignited when ready. No hauling logs or dealing with sweeping up ash. Turn it on or off when the space is being used. Planning a staycation for a few days? With minimal attention, the Baby Countryside can stay running for up to 40 hours (on a low setting) on one hopper full of pellets.
More Efficient than Other Supplemental Heat Options
Some master bedrooms are built very large and can be hard to heat. Other master bedrooms are added as part of an addition or remodel project, sometimes tucked away in a quieter part of the property. Pellet stoves can heat a large space more efficiently and more thoroughly than space heaters powered by propane or electricity. Smaller pellet stoves like the Magnum Baby Countryside can provide supplemental heat to areas of up to 2,000 square feet, while larger stoves like the Magnum Countryside can heat areas up to 3,500 square feet. With many options out there, you can find one that’s just right for your space.
Many pellet stoves come with a thermostat feature so you can keep the temperature at a comfortable level and more easily control the amount of fuel you use. It should be noted that most thermostat systems run on electricity.
Pellet stoves are an attractive option for heating any space, and are practical even when used as a primary or supplemental heat source for your property. Their benefits make them an even greater asset for areas that don’t need to be heated around the clock. Call us today at a call at +1 (800) 495-3196 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have or download our FREE Guide to Buying a Pellet Stove that answers many frequently asked questions.