Similar in appearance to traditional wood-burning stoves, pellet stoves burn compact, one-inch-long "pellets" made from recycled sawdust and wood shavings. Shown here, the Quadra Fire Castile Pellet Stove.
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Because pellets are higher in density and lower in moisture than wood, they burn more efficiently and with less smoke and ash. A large drawer in the base of Lopi's AGP Pellet Stove, shown here in rust patina, collects ash for easy removal.
Replacing a drafty fireplace with a pellet insert boosts your home's heat efficiency. Shown here, the Englander 25-EPI completing a traditional hearth setting.
While the design of many pellet stoves is touched with nostalgia, models from Bosca like the Spirit 500 (shown here) boast clean lines and modern silhouettes.
The warm glow of Harman Stove's P43 Pellet Stove would be a welcome sight for anyone coming in from the cold. It also features one of the most compact and powerful auto-ignition systems.
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