Question: How do ducted pellet stoves work?

How does a ducted pellet stove work? The ducted pellet stove works through a system of pipes that channel the air and transport it to more rooms or floors of the house.

How does a pellet stove have to be vented?

Do Pellet Stoves Need To Be Vented? Waste air from a pellet stove must be vented to the outside of a home using a suitable form of flue, either within a masonry chimney, internally within a home or externally up an outside wall. Pellet stoves do not typically always require a direct vent for fresh air intake.

How does a pellet stove heat the whole house?

You start by pouring the pellets into the stoves hopper, which usually holds 40 to 55 pounds of them at a time. The pellets are then fed automatically into a burn chamber, where theyre incinerated with the help of a fan that forces combustion air into the chamber. Another fan blows the hot air out into your house.

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