Pellet fireplaces heat the room through convection Hot air rises, and as a gas rises in temperature it becomes less dense and lighter, so warm air rises above cooler air. The convection blower on the pellet fireplace pulls in cool air from the room which then passes over the fire and makes it burn hotter.
How efficient is a pellet furnace?
Pellet stoves that are certified by the EPA are likely to be in the 70% to 83% efficiency range. Pellet stoves have heating capacities that range between 8,000 and 90,000 Btu per hour. However, a pellet stove is often cheaper to install than a conventional wood-burning heater.
What are the cons of a pellet stove?
ConsIts expensive to maintain compared to firewood and needs more upkeep than a fireplace.The fan makes low, mechanical noise.Arent as visually appealing as watching a fire in a fireplace.It needs a backup system like batteries or electricity to run in case of a power outage.Oct 31, 2019
Can a pellet stove heat an entire house?
Pellet stoves in the form of hydro pellet stoves, ducted pellet stoves or pellet boilers/furnaces can be used to help heat a whole house.
Why is my downstairs so much colder than upstairs?
Blame physics: hot air rises while cold air sinks. That means your upstairs typically gets hotter than your lower levels, even if your air conditioners working in overdrive. Your roofs hot, too: Unless you have shady tree cover, your roof absorbs a ton of heat from the sun.
Why is my house cold downstairs and hot upstairs?
You Have Poor Attic Insulation, Leaking Air Ducts or Blocked Soffit Vents. Poor attic insulation, leaking air ducts and blocked soffit vents can also cause your home to have hot upstairs and cold downstairs. To check if your attic has sufficient insulation or not, look out for attic floor joists.