Most people search for Harman P61 when they look for pellet stove reviews, but the latest model Harman pellet stove of this size is actually called a Harman P61A. Because a lot of Harman P-61 pellet stoves were sold and are still in use, any review of the newest model will include information about the stoves still in service and going strong. Unless you’re purchasing a unit that’s been on a dealer’s shelf for a very long time, you’re buying a P61A. We’ll refer to the stove as a Harman P61 throughout this review, because the units are basically the same.
Do you burn firewood? If you use cord wood as a primary or secondary heating source, you might be wondering if you should change over to wood pellets.
Federal and state regulations for burning firewood are increasing yearly. If you’re worried that you might not be able to heat your home using your existing wood stove or wood furnace, changing over to burning wood pellets is a smart move. We’ve compiled a list of the Top 10 Ways Wood Pellets Beat Firewood to make the decision easier:
Vogelzang pellet stoves are only available in a few sizes. Vogelzang is affiliated with United States Stove, so they tend not to compete for the same buyer by offering identically sized wood pellet stoves with different labels. The Vogelzang VG5770 is a smaller version of the Vogelzang VG5790. The VG 5790 is one of the most powerful freestanding wood pellet stoves you can buy. The Vogelzang Slimline isn’t designed to heat a whole house, but it still puts out a lot of heat. If you’re looking for a pellet stove that’s priced less than $1,000, but still can heat more than 2,000 square feet of floor space, the Slimline might be right for you.
The VG 5790 Vogelzang pellet stove straddles the line between a pellet wood stove and a wood pellet furnace. A pellet stove pellet is exactly the same as a pellet for a pellet furnace, but the heating appliances serve different needs. For most homeowners, a wood pellet stove is a secondary heating appliance that helps them save money on their conventional heating bill. It’s very common for a pellet stove or wood pellet insert to be used sparingly while the house relies mostly on the thermostat and the oil or gas burner to do the bulk of the house’s heating.
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