Voting Poll

How long in advance do you stock pile your pellets?

1-5 months - 39.4%
6-11 months - 42.4%
1 year - 12.1%
2-4 years - 3%
5+ years - 3%

Total votes: 33
The voting for this poll has ended on: 17 Mar 2015 - 00:00

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Welcome to my website, My goal is to bring you the best Corn and Pellet Stoves. Please take a look around my website and if you have any question, want more info, or want to place an order, Visit my Contact Me section so I can help you right away.

Why Own A Muiti-fuel Stove?

  • You’re tired of hauling in pile after pile of wood and then carrying out the piles of ash.
  • The fuel man has just delivered another load of fuel that equals your house payment.
  • You’re just plain tired of having to put up with turning the thermostat down to conserve heat, put on another sweater and it still is just too cold!
  • Last but not least you would like to feel the warmth that you had with wood and yes you miss the romance of watching a fire burn.

These are just a few of the reasons that a MagnuM Muiti-fuel Stove is right for you. Modern technology has joined up with good old fashioned warm radiant heat to give you an affordable alternative to high heat costs.

Your MagnuM Muiti-fuel Stove has the capabilities of burning shelled corn - wood pellets - and a host of other fuels that normally would fill up our landfills as waste. The cost savings for burning these types of fuels is substantial over conventional means of heating depending on the area that you live in and the type of fuel available.

Shelled Corn is the lowest cost alternative allowing you to save up to more than 60% on your heating bills while burning the Farmers own friend. This helps the local economy and is renewable in a few short months.

Your MagnuM Muiti-fuel Stove is designed to be installed with a direct vent system so that you will save thousands of dollars on not having to put up a new chimney. The negative draft combustion allows you to open the door without getting smoke into the home.

When it comes to creating ambiance and warmth in a home, nothing can beat a fireplace or pellet stove, especially during this time of year. But are you aware that the right fireplace or pellet stove can also help reduce your heating costs? Or that your existing fireplace’s efficiency can be boosted significantly by installing an insert, and for less money than you might think? That is why I want to help you with your heating needs and supplies.

Wood and Pellet stove history.

Before the 20th century, 90% of Americans burned wood to heat their homes. As fossil fuel use rose, the percentage of Americans using wood for fuel dropped, falling as low as one percent by 1970. Then during the energy crises of the 1970s, interest in wood heating resurfaced as a renewable energy alternative.

Pellet fuel appliances burn small pellets that look like rabbit feed and measure 3/8 to 1 inch in length. Pellets are made from compacted sawdust, wood chips, bark, agricultural crop waste, waste paper, and other organic materials. Some pellet fuel appliances can burn a wide variety of biomass fuels, including nutshells, corn kernels, small wood chips, barley, beet pulp, sunflowers, dried cherry pits, and soybeans.

Today you can choose from a new generation of wood- and pellet-burning appliances that are cleaner burning, more efficient, and powerful enough to heat many average-sized, modern homes. It's also important to use a properly sized appliance for the space to be heated. A good rule-of-thumb is that a stove rated at 60,000 British Thermal Units (Btu) can heat a 2,000 square foot home, while a stove rated at 42,000 Btu can heat a 1,300 square foot space.

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