Question: Can you vent a pellet stove to an existing chimney?

A: You can vent a pellet stove either through a wall or through an existing masonry chimney. Some chimneys also require the installation of an approved metal liner that the pellet stove vent pipe passes through.

Can you install a pellet stove in an existing fireplace?

Both a pellet stove insert and a fireplace insert are appliances that can be installed inside of your existing fireplace and provide numerous benefits. Pellet stoves are unique and ingenious appliances that are fueled by wood pellets. They generate intense heat that is blown into the home with fans.

What is chimney liner?

A flue lining in a masonry chimney is defined as A clay, ceramic, or metal conduit installed inside of a chimney, intended to contain the combustion products, direct them to the outside atmosphere, and protect the chimney walls from heat and corrosion.

How much is a ton of pellets at Tractor Supply?

At an average retail price of $250/ton, pellets offer a fuel cost per million BTU of $19.05.

Does my old chimney need a liner?

There are three principle reasons you may need a chimney liner: A) because your chimney has no clay tile chimney liner (older chimneys may not); B) the clay tile chimney liner is damaged; C) a chimney liner is required for optimal performance and safety because you are installing a new heating unit (stove or furnace)

Is it safe to run a pellet stove when not home?

The biggest advantage of pellet stoves is their safety as they pose virtually no fire hazard. Its safe enough to leave a pellet stove burning while youre out and it will continue to burn unattended as long as there are pellets to burn.

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