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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-10-2018, 03:56 PM Thread Starter
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Harman pellet stove

Well we hooked up a Harman pellet stove and I cannot stop smiling, this thing is awesome and it blows heat like I did not believe. It’s heating our entire place. We went with the accentra 52i
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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-10-2018, 05:17 PM
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I bought a Harman II (coal or wood) in 1989 and I heat my home for around $500 for the year. Harman is well built stove, right here in PA.
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I heat my home also with a Harman pellet stove , we have had it for years. We will go through 3 or 4 pallets of pellets per winter. Its a lot cheaper than propane.
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Have had a Harman II (coal/wood) for over 30 years now...love it!!
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This is the second season for ours.

We have the Allure 50 without the added beauty kit. Didn't need no stinking colored sides and added curved glass front

Last winter we went through 3 tons and my electric budget has dropped down close to $100.00 where it was $260.00 after our first three winters with the heat pump.

Better heat too. When the heat pump shifted to the 'aux' electric grid our upstairs would overheat and the downstairs would be colder.

Now the bedroom is sleeping cool and you can feel the warmth increasing as you walk down the steps.

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Not a Harman but was gifted a pellet stove by my grandfather-in-law. Put it in our house and have been amazed how well it does heating the whole house, 1,400 sq. ft. It is an older model so there isn't a ton of adjustment. It seems like it is on hot or on really hot lol. The room it is in is a little warm but the rest of the house is perfect. Kind of want to put one in at camp now. Have a propane fireplace at the moment.
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Been heating my house with a Harman now for 20(?) years. I have a house design that works nice with it. 3-4T per year.
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Not a Harman but was gifted a pellet stove by my grandfather-in-law. Put it in our house and have been amazed how well it does heating the whole house, 1,400 sq. ft. It is an older model so there isn't a ton of adjustment. It seems like it is on hot or on really hot lol. The room it is in is a little warm but the rest of the house is perfect. Kind of want to put one in at camp now. Have a propane fireplace at the moment.
The newer units have a thermostat. Mu son in law's parents live in Danbury, CT. and burn 3 - 5 tons a year. Their stove doesn't have a thermostat and he needs to adjust the feed rate according to the outside temps.

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We have a Harman sf250 and it will bake me out of the house
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Pellets used to run around $200 a ton here last I looked, but that was a few years ago. What are they up to now?

I have access to free firewood, but cutting, hauling and splitting it is getting to be more of a chore as I get older. Neighbors ditched their wood burner several years ago for a pellet stove and seem happy. Looks like they do at two or three skids per year.

Main reason I haven't tumbled for a pellet stove yet, is the cost. Think she said the one they got cost over two grand. I've been using the same wood stove we paid $200 for, 25 years ago. Double door Schrader, takes up to 30" firewood. Barely used at the time we bought it and in mint condition. It will also burn coal, but haven't done that in years.

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