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Throughout the history of mankind, fire has been both a friend and foe. One of the most pleasant attributes of fire is a wood burning stove that keeps us warm during the cold winter months. Today there are many manufacturers of both wood stoves and pellet stoves and it can become a daunting task to determine which of these will be the best fit for your home heating requirements. One of the major players in today's market is Breckwell Pellet Stoves.

Eco-friendly Breckwell Pellet Stoves have been available since the mid 1980s and continue to thrill consumers with high tech developments in the manufacture of these stoves. Features that include automatic ignition, self feeding and temperature regulating capabilities. The pellet fuel used in these stoves is produced from timber by-products and the waste remaining after burning is completely recyclable. Furthermore, these stoves also save the environment because they are 100% organic and are carbon dioxide neutral so they do not contribute to the greenhouse effect. There are several types and series of pellet stoves, each with its unique properties.

Breckwell Maverick P22 Pellet Stove with Legs
This stove has an exquisite design, an automatic “hot rod” fire starter and a digital control panel. It is constructed of heavy gauge steel. The legs raise it above the ground and this helps with the distribution of heat which can warm an area of up to 1500 sq. ft. There is no better way to enjoy natural heat than to have this stove in a condo, a medium sized residence or in a vacation home. This unit can operate either as an insert or in free standing mode. It’s the Breckwell Maverick P22 Pellet Stove with Legs.

Breckwell Sonora P23 Pellet Stove with Legs
This model is not only heat efficient but also energy efficient. It can produce up to 47000 BTUs (British thermal units) of heat which will warm a moderate size area. It has a built in ash drawer and contains blowers that are whisper quiet but which ensure that the fire keeps burning. This stove is a fine example of how Breckwell has developed its brand of stoves through innovation.

Breckwell Blazer P24 Pellet Stove with Ash Pedestal
The Blazer P24 also has whisper quiet blowers which keeps the fire burning. It also includes the automatic fire ignition and control found in all Breckwell stoves. This stove can produce up to 70000 BTUs and provide heat to a large area with 81% fuel efficiency. The ashes from this stove are contained in a separate compartment which makes cleaning very convenient. The P25FS can burn up to 70 hours on one load of fuel while the P24I will go for up to 60 hours.

Breckwell Big E Utility Furnace and Home Heater
This rugged and powerful stove is designed to bring you the most heat for the least cost. It can supply heat to an area as large as 2200 sq. ft. with up to 55,000 BTUs of heat output. It has a digitized control system, ignition and an ash compartment. The heat is regulated with a high/low thermostat and five heat settings which means you have the ability to control the range of temperature needed. The Big E brings you all of the reliability and craftsmanship of a Breckwell at a very affordable price.

There are many series of pellet stoves made by Breckwell besides the ones described here. The most common thing about them is that they have a consistency of design with additional technical features added through innovation.

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