Which pellet stove do you own? *Poll inside*

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Xena, Oct 11, 2008.

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Which brand stove do you own?

  1. Englander

    18.9%
  2. Lopi

    6.8%
  3. Breckwell

    4.3%
  4. St Croix

    7.5%
  5. Enviro

    25.0%
  6. Harman

    15.9%
  7. Quadrafire

    0.8%
  8. Thelin

    0.4%
  9. Dell Point

    0.5%
  10. Osborne

    5.3%
  11. Whitfield

    14.5%
  12. Other - please explain

    0.1%
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  1. Mod178

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    I am using a American Harvest 6039 free standing stove. I have it in the basement. It is heating my basement and the up stairs. I have it on the lowest seting right now. Heating about 2200 square feet total p and down stairs.
     

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  2. rowerwet

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    check my signature for stove type
     
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  3. Scoop

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    Im a first year Pellet person firing a US Stove 6039 Hearth Focus. Im burning softwood Pellets in the stove located in the basement rec room of a 2,300 sq fot bungalow. So far this winter im burning at heat levels 2 throigh 4, with the room fan at 9 and the draft fan at 1 or 2. That keeps the basement at 72 and the upstairs around 68.

    I like the stove's looks, expecially the big window in the front.

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  4. dbjc364

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    I marked "Other"-I realize I'm a bit computor illiterate-but found no way to respond..
    Ours is a Napolean S140, and we lov it. Other than having to be patient for 3 months after being told we'd have it within a month,all is fine. Puts out good heat and we're still in the learning curve. Two story-1500 sq. foot house.Its attractive, big glass in front-have the extension hopper, and brass trim. Will buy the bricks in the near future-and as we save money- a real ash vacumn. Have the outside air. Don't regret our decision to change over. Want another one.

    The math says 3 ton-have 2 ton sitting happy in new garage
    Loverboy built our pad-$100
    Dinosaur oil furnace in cellar-only occassional blast of heat till oil runs out
    Loverboy doing massive insulation and demolition upgrade of house{ gotta lov it!}
    2008-Toyota Yaris carries my butt everywhere,averaging 40-42 m.p.g.-now I can shop Family Dollar!
    Solar panels about to be built-saving pellets & propane for when their really needed
    Killawatt tester machine working overtime for no pay
    John Deere tractor worth its weight in gold-voted best appliance of the year,2 years running!
    Best upgrade,2008- new tractor carport
    Top of Wish List- Wood/Pellet mini barn-installed by someone who has the time..
     
  5. rhopkins501

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    We run a Lopi Leyden, first year. Has run great, good heat on LG pellets. Only issue is glass dirty within a day.
     
  6. mullet

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  7. jj1949

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    Quad Mt Vernon here..runs excellant after new thermostat and control board were installed. This baby will put out the heat!
     
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    I own a Bixby Max Fire,,thanks
     
  9. Augmister

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    Running TWO QuadraFire Castilles....one in the house and one in the great room over the garage. TWINS!
     
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    Thelin Parlor 3000! Great Stove!
     
  11. wjlundyjr

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    USSC American Harvest 6039, works like a champ.

    going on my 3rd season,

    1st year 90% corn, 2nd year corn prices got crazy and I went to 90% pellets.

    This year Im out of luck in both departments, so Im only using the pellets stove on the weekends. I put in a woodstove to take over as primary.
     
  12. candymatic426

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    I have always liked the look of those,,and almost got that one instead of the bixby. I use my pellet stove as my primary heating source. The bixby had a few more features that I needed.
     
  13. el gordo

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    My first winter with my new, 2008 Harman P-68. I love the machine, easy to run, clean, and heats the house from my basement!!!
     
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  14. moorehaven

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    Driz's Countryside looks just like my CountryFlame Harvester MultiFuel, which like he said recently transitioned to another maker. Great stove, but CountryFlame wasn't much on being able to answer a question when contacted.....almost to the point that they acted "bothered" when I did. Thank the powers that be for this forum to gather my working knowledge from.
     
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  15. apporter

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    Add one more for Harman voted once, but have two XXVs.
     
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    I voted Enviro because I just bought an Omega.

    Also own a Quadrafire 800 and A Breckwell BigE.

    Gotta sell the bigE though. Wife wont let me collect them.
     
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    How do you like the omega so far?
     
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    I should get it Thursday and Set it up Saturday.

    I'll let you know.

    jay
     
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    Magnum Baby Countryside
     
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    I have a Quadrafire Sante Fe. It's an awesome stove. I have the Sante Fe in the back of the home and a Kerosene Monitor in the front. Both are very efficient. I like my Quadrafire better.
     
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    Purchased a Lopi Leyden because it was going inn the living room and reminded us of the Vermont Castings Vigilant wood stove we used to have, plus the warranty, plus it looked like a quality built stove, plus the dealer was established and has a good reputation.
     
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    Breckwell P22 Charm
    Burning this stove since "95
     
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    Lopi Yankee Bay insert Great Stove burning for 4 years no problems yet.
     
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    Thought this might be worth a bump now that heating season is
    upon us.
     
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    Regency (Enviro)
     
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