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How To Find A Cheap Pellet Stove - Articles Surfing

Lately, quite a few visitors have arrived at my web site by using the search phrase *cheap pellet stove*. There aren't any articles on the site aimed specifically at finding a cheap pellet stove, so I shopped around and came up with these suggestions.

The first stove that comes to mind is the PelPro model HHPP2BD wood pellet stove. This unadorned stove, known alternately as *Cheap Charlie* and *Franklin 120 Home Heater* has a 120 lb hopper capacity and generates 15,000 ' 50,000 btu's per hour; enough heat for 800 ' 2000 sq.ft.

This popular stove can be purchased online at Homeclick for $1802.95, shipping included. However, you can purchase the same stove for $1499 by visiting an Aubuchon Hardware store in person. Further savings can be realized if you purchase your stove in a state with no sales tax, such as New Hampshire.

How you pay for your stove is equally important as how much you pay. If you finance the purchase of your stove with a credit card, the money you saved by being a savvy shopper will be spent on credit card interest.

The best time to buy a wood pellet or corn stove is during the summer when everyone else is looking for air conditioners. There's no reason you can't try to bargain with the salesman just as you would when buying a car.

If you wait until January, when demand is high, you won't be in a position to bargain. It's hard to bargain when there's nothing left to buy. Likewise, you should be lining up a source of fuel for your stove long before the heating season begins.

Another cheap pellet stove is the United States Stove model #6039 multifuel stove. A multifuel stove offers the versatility of burning either corn or wood pellets, whichever is cheaper.

At http://usstove.com, the model #6039 multifuel stove is selling for $2200. Going back to Aubuchon Hardware, it's $1799.99. And if we do just a little more shopping around, we can find the exact same stove on sale at Orscheln Farm and Home for only $1599.

Another cheap pellet stove worth looking at is the Breckwell Big-E Utility pellet stove. This 50,000 btu stove heats 2,000 sq. ft. and comes equipped with a large 140 lb. hopper. The listed price is $1549.

Perhaps your best chance of finding a real cheap pellet stove is by looking through your local Bargain Hunter's Guide for used stoves. I found a used Dovetec corn pellet stove in East York, Ontario, selling for only $250.

Submitted by:

Sam Streubel

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