The LE series was introduced in Jan 2019 and started showing up in stores around March 2019. We saw a few of them go through a full season last winter.Just adding more air, raising the minimum burn rate and lowering the burn time is the lazy way to meet emissions standards. I’m sure some companies did just that. Some companies added band aid catalytic converters. Some didn’t need to do anything but retest using the new procedures. Some did a thoughtful tweak or two that probably should have been done long ago that actually made the stove better.
Which did PE do? Who knows. The LE stove is new since may and we haven’t been through a winter yet. All previews seem to indicate that only minor adjustments were made with no profound differences other than moving the EBT system from the summit firebox down to the super.
Of all the noncat 2020 stoves, I still like the PE.
Stick with your Summit. It has a more flexibly sized firebox.I am in the market for another insert...
I see PE is still one of the best.. I was thinking of a lopi but I kinda feel like I should stay with PE maybe a NEO - any difference between the NEO and the summit besides smaller firebox and flush? Internals still the same ?
Stick with your Summit. It has a more flexibly sized firebox.
Enerzone is made by SBI and a sibling of Osburn and Drolet. It's a good brand.lol my summit sold with my house... Are you suggesting another one? I really, really want a big window.. I have been looking at the Enerzone 2.7 but Ihavent heard much about enerzone? This make me feel like getting the neo2.5.... I really like the flush mount look
But a summit would be overkill I know
Sounds like you are getting some facts from the rumor mill or FB. How large is the new house? Why would a Summit be overkill but a big Enerzone or Lopi would not be?