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Wood pellets are thought to be a biomass fuel made from replenish-able sources. Pellet fuel is formed from compressed sawdust and is generally a byproduct from sawmills and other industries that use wood. Pellet fuel is sold in 40 lb. You can buy individual bags or in bulk by the ton. Pellet fuel looks very like rabbit pellets. More and more folk are searching for methods to make their own biomass wood pellets, both to save money and the environment. More Info on Biomass Wood Pellets - Click HerePELLET STOVES Wood pellets are burned in special stoves designed to burn biomass wood pellets. All pellet stoves require electricity to run. Pellet stoves have sophisticated controls to maximise the burn of the pellets. Therefore there is almost a total combustion of the fuel and almost no smoke is created. The stove can be exhausted straight out the wall to the outside. Due to this they can be installed virtually anywhere in the home. There are many different types of designs but lots of the stoves share some common features. Pellet stoves have a hopper that you tip the bag of pellets into. The hopper typically holds between 1-2 bags of pellets. A normal pellet stove burns a bag of pellets every day. This suggests you only have to load the stove once per day. From the hopper the pellets are fed into the burn pot. After the pellets are burned ashes are picked up at the base of the stove usually into a removable tray. Once installed, pellet stoves are straightforward to maintain. Routine tasks include filling the hopper with pellets about once per day, emptying the ash pan weekly, periodic cleaning of the burn pot, hopper, ash traps and glass. It is endorsed the stove is cleaned and inspected annually by a pro. Pellet stoves are customarily classified by their BTU output and frequently can output up to 70,000 BTU / H. A smaller stove usually has a smaller hopper so you can't store as many pellets in the stove. Twine wood is slightly more cost-effective per BTU than pellet fuel but customarily requires more work and frequent loading of the stove. This price for a large amount of pellets is $250-$280 / ton. Most users burn about three tons per heating season. You may need to perform a cost benefit research to ascertain the payback period for the price of installing the stove. If you can save $1000 per heating season then the stove will pay for itself in 2-3 seasons.Check out this website to see if biomass wood pellets are right for you.Heat Your Home With Biomass Wood Pellets