Hello I know soapstone is the latest improvement for holding and radiating heat for wood stoves, but does this also work well for a Wood Pellet Stove? Pic below is from http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/photos/0,,20442260_20876981,00.html# Heritage Pellet Stove by Hearthstone It took this vaunted stove purveyor two years to marry the romantic aesthetics of a wood-burner with the clean-burning efficiency of a pellet stove, and we're thrilled they made our deadline. It's the first pellet stove we've seen with panels of soapstoneâ€”a distinctive material that happens to hold twice the heat of metal. About $3,999; hearthstonestoves.com Here is more info from Hearthstone http://www.hearthstonestoves.com/pellet-stoves/stove-details?product_id=37 * Heats up to: 2,000 square feet * Size: Up to 52,000 BTUs * EPA Rating: 1.3 grams per hour * Efficiency: Up to 86% * Hopper Capacity: Up to 50 lbs. The Heritage Pellet brings you the convenience of a hardworking, technologically advanced and EPA certified clean pellet burning, together with HearthStoneâ€™s high-end aesthetic design in cast iron and stone. The Heritage Pellet has one of the highest heat output in the market -up to 52,000 BTUs- and it is also one of the cleanest burning - with an EPA emission rating of 1.3 grams/hour- and most efficient pellet stoves in the industry â€“up to 86%-. It also features over 160 square inches of viewing glass to enjoy one of the largest pellet flames in the market. The Heritage Pellet is able to heat up to 2,000 square feet and has a capacity for up to 50 pounds of pellets into its sealed fuel hopper. Its operation is quiet and fully automatic, and the variable heat settings can be managed through the programmable, thermostat-ready controller. The fan and the auger speeds are electronically operated. All the controls are conveniently located for easy access.