Watch our review of Whitfield Pellet Stove Combustion Blowers part #12156009 with 5 3/4" hub & 12050011 with 7" hub. These are "motor only" replacements for this assembly which comes with a housing as part #12056010. These are used as exhaust blowers for the Whitfield Advantage series pellet...
Questions & answers
Can I tie Pellet stove exhaust in with Central heating Exhaust?
I am putting the new pellet stove in the living room. Just on the other side of the wall from the living room (in the garage) is the central heating unit and the exhaust pipe is right there. I want to know if I can make a hole in the central...
Pellet (or any other solid fuel) stoves almost always require a Type -"L" vent. Your furnace will use a Type -"B" vent, with single wall connector pipes at the furnace and/or water heater. If you...
Rebates available for wood and pellet heating - CBC.ca
Rebates are available to consumers who want to switch or supplement their electric heat with wood or wood pellets, but there's only enough provincial government money to help a limited number of customers. About 300 Nova Scotians have already qualified for rebates to convert to wood or pellet stoves. "We've got rebates for wood and pellet stoves. Those are 20 per cent rebates up to $900," Josh McLean, program manager with Efficiency Nova Scotia, said. "And we also have rebates for wood or pellet central heating systems. The savings there generally range from 40 to 60 per cent and can be upwards of $6,000. ". Homeowners should be aware only the most energy-efficient stoves and appliances are eligible for the rebate and home insurance costs often rise when you...
Recalls this week: kettles, fireplaces, slingshots
They were sold at A.C. Kerman, Archery Range, Archery Shoppe, Big Rock Sporting Goods, Bow Hunters Supply Store, Campco, Dicks Sporting Goods, Dunham's, Florida Hardware Co., Great Lakes Marine Products, Gun World & Sporting Goods, Paducah
Consumer Alert: Pellet Stoves Recalled for Risk of Glass Breaking
A company is recalling thousands of pellet stoves due to a risk of glass breaking. Hearth & Home Technologies says fuel can back up, causing pressure to build up in the fire box. Glass can break and put people at risk of suffering cuts. The company has
Fire restrictions are expanded into wilderness areas
•Campfires, warming fires and cooking fires, including charcoal fires, portable propane campfires, biomass or particle wood-burning stoves and wood pellet stoves. You still can use portable cooking stoves with pressurized liquefied and bottled gas.