The pellet stoves and inserts offer a green and environmentally sound way to heat your home. There are no insects, dirt, pieces of bark or slivers of wood brought into your home with pellet fuel.
Pellets for your pellet appliance also take up less space to store than cordwood. You can store four times the amount of pellet fuel in the same space that wood takes up! A winter's supply of pellets for the average home occupies about 6' x 6' x 6' of space so you can store them in any dry area
such as a basement, utility room, garage or shed.
Pellets are a 100 percent natural, renewable fuel. They are held together by lignin, which is a natural substance occurring in wood fibers that acts as a glue when compressed. It's so safe, it's also used as a binding agent in animal feed pellets.
Pellets fuel has been proven to be the cleanest burning type of wood fuel you can use. This is truly a fuel source as good for the environment as it is for you!
The ash that comes from a bio-mass unit can be used for it's nutritional value. Unlike ash from firewood or coal, bio-mass ash offers additional value as a fertilizer and as a liming agent. Burning bio-mass materials does not produce a large volume of ash, but what you do produce can be safely applied to garden areas, flower beds, lawns, and fields.