There has never been a better time to be in the market for a new stove. You can choose from a wide variety of gas, wood, electric, and pellet/corn stoves, all high-quality and attractive additions to any home. Consider the options available at Haley Comfort Systems.
Gas stoves are great because they’re convenient, clean, and can be turned on and off very quickly. If you only need the stove on for a few minutes, you have that flexibility, and it greatly improves the ambiance and mood of your home for an affordable price. It even does a great job of simulating real wood-burning stoves!
Wood stoves, on the other hand, can give your home a true rustic, traditional feel. They are also very economical and efficient. There is no compromise in the appearance of a wood stove––while other stoves only simulate flames, the wood stove is an authentic, aesthetically-pleasing addition to your home, and there’s something about heat from burning wood that feels truly special. Many wood stoves qualify for governmental stimulus rebates of up to $1,500.
Electric stoves are an excellent type of stove because they are easy to use and lower-maintenance. Imagine being able to heat up the room with the touch of a button on a remote control! There’s almost nothing that can beat the elegance and simplicity of a plug and play electric stove. Plus, the appearance of the electric stove might better match the aesthetics of your home than some of the other types, especially if you have a lot of electronics. It’s all about what works best for you.
Pellet/corn stoves are the newest type of stove available, and they are growing in popularity because they burn on the cheapest fuel around: corn. If you are interested in a stove that will eventually pay for itself in terms of energy savings, and one that is better for the environment, you should consider getting a pellet/corn stove. It can give you a nice, warm feeling to get cheaper, environmentally-friendly heating in your home. Many pellet and corn stoves qualify for governmental stimulus rebates of up to $1,500.