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For those of you who grew up in the Pacific Northwest or the colder parts of the country, you’ll recognize this type of a picture. Cold, damp days . . . this was outside my house in Woodinville, WA. It was always raining and so we were always wearing raincoats and boots. Note that I’m dressed like a boy, including the haircut, minus the pink hat. Thanks mom.
When I was little, we always looked forward to coming back inside and sitting in front of our stove and drying off. Stoves are such a good memory from my childhood. And stoves have come a long way since the 70s (yes, I’m THAT old!). Harman Pellet Stoves are a popular heating alternative to traditional stoves or other systems. If you have no idea what pellet stoves are, they burn compressed wood or biomass pellets to create a source of heat for residential and sometimes industrial spaces. By slowly feeding fuel from a storage container (hopper) into a burn-pot area, they create a constant flame that requires little to no physical adjustments. So cool!
If you wish to reduce your carbon footprint, pellet stoves are a great alterative. There is also currently a tax credit on biomass heating appliances for 10% (up to $300) for purchase of qualifying stoves. This infographic also explains more fun facts and figures:
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