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Transform your home into a cozy, relaxing space this fall and winter with a stove heater from Ace Hardware. We carry the latest styles of pellet stoves and wood burning stoves that improve energy efficiency while adding a charming touch to any space. Whether you're searching for an indoor wood burning stove or an option you can use outdoors on your deck or patio, we've got you covered. 

How are Pellet Stoves Different than Wood Burning Stoves? 

When you're shopping for the perfect stove heater, there might be some confusion about the similarities and differences between wood and pellet stoves. Pellet stove have automatic heat settings like modern wood stoves. The use of built-in thermostats and control panels in newer wood heaters also makes it easier to keep your home at the ideal temperature when temperatures plummet.

And while both types burn wood, pellet stoves are fueled exclusively by manufactured pellets made from wood. As the fuel is slowly burned, a control unit inside the stove alerts a built-in auger system to send in more pellets to keep the fire going strong. If you set the stove to a higher heat setting, more pellets will be sent to the combustion chamber.

What to Look for When Browsing Pellet Stoves 

Like other types of heating appliances, choosing the right pellet stove will depend on a few different factors unique to your home. If you're in the market for an indoor wood burning stove, answer these questions to make the right choice.

What Size Stove Will You Need? 

If you install a small pellet stove in an oversized room like a living room, it may not warm the space sufficiently. On the other hand, if you install a larger stove in a room with minimal square footage, it could make the room feel uncomfortably warm.

Pellet stoves have different BTU (British Thermal Unit) ratings designed to deliver various heat output ranges. Generally, heating larger spaces will require pellet stoves with higher BTU ratings, and heating smaller spaces will require lower BTU ratings.

Where Will You Install the Stove? 

Before purchasing a new stove, think about where you'll be installing it first. Keep in mind that you should place a pellet stove in a space that will provide the most coverage for maximum heating efficiency, but never place one in a bedroom. Place it in a location that will allow the blower to push and transfer warm air throughout the room. 

How Often Will You Use the Stove? 

If your goal is to have constant heat circulating throughout your home, choose a pellet stove with a higher BTU rating and a larger hopper that will store more pellets and allow longer burn times. If you only plan to use your stove occasionally, a small pellet stove with a lower BTU rating can work.

Shop Pellet Stoves and Wood Pellets at Ace Hardware

Explore the array of pellet stoves for indoor and outdoor use at Ace Hardware now. Then, find a large assortment of wood pellets to fuel your new stove to help you stay warm when the weather gets cold.