The Castle company claim to strive to provide high quality at low prices, so what’s the truth? Well, this particular model certainly offers high efficiency, a neat design and ease of use for a very reasonable price. With a 1500 square feet heating capacity it should have no problem heating the average sized property, and although many people prefer the more traditional style of big wood burners, others may actually prefer this sleek and compact stove design by Castle. Pellet stoves are also have a reputation for being incredibly easy to use, being cleaner and cheaper to run than other types of stoves. In addition, the stove’s burn pot allows fuel to be burned at a very low rate.
Features of the Serenity Wood Pellet Stove
High-tech Innovations – In addition to the modern and attractive design, the stove also comes equipped with a variety of high-tech features including automatic ignition – meaning there’s no need for you to worry about taking the time lighting the fire with kindling. On top of that, the stove comes with a built in blower, helping to distribute the heat produced and get the most bang for your bucks. It also comes equipped with a very handy remote control operation feature, allowing you to conveniently change and switch on the stove from the comfort of your armchair.
Highly Efficient – What also makes this wood pellet stove an attractive investment is the fact that is utilises wood pellets, which can often be sourced at much cheaper prices than wood logs, coal and oil. Perhaps, most attractive to those looking to make the most of their money is the fact that this stove has an incredible 78% thermal efficiency rating and is EPA certified, meaning you can claim a $300 tax-credit.
Any drawbacks? Perhaps the biggest flaw of this model, which won’t be considered a big issue for many is the small internal pan and fire pot size. The Serenity stove will burn around 1.5 bags of pellets a day on average (if run all day), which is a great burn rate, however due to the size of this smaller stove, it’s likely that you will need to empty the firepot daily and the ash pan every couple days, which some people may consider an inconvenience.
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