Englander, Napoleon or Dell-Point Europa which one should I get

Steveo Posted By Steveo, Jun 7, 2008 at 8:21 PM

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  1. Steveo

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    I was going to switch over to a wood stove this year but decided to go with a pellet stove instead since my house does not have a chimney. that stainless piping is really expensive. Anyway I was debating on getting the Dell-Point Europa, Englander or Napoleon pellet stove. I am planning on heating a very well insulated 1300 square foot house. Any suggestions or recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. webbie

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    Are any of them sold or serviced by local dealers? That is a big consideration unless you are capable of all troubleshooting, repair and service.

    The Dell Point certainly looks very efficient - tested and all.

    Englander is coming out with a new and improved model very soon. My opinion would be only to get the older one if you can get a real bargain.
     
  3. Shane

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    That's quite a gamut of stoves. If the Englander meets all of your needs than it is more bang for your buck. The Dell-Point is fairly expensive from what I remember but has some nice features. If I remember right it's actually multifuel and self igniting for corn. I don't have any experience with the Napolen pellet stoves but their wood stoves and gas stoves that I serviced seemed to be good quality.
     
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