With our pellet stove ratings, you can cut through all of the sales hype and find value. We have researched the brands and combined the manufacturers' data with our heating system service experience to provide our unique rating system. It truly is like taking a repairman with you while you shop! We have given you our top pick followed by a complete list of manufacturers and their ratings.
Our top pick is the Iron Strike brand which is from INNOVATIVE HEARTH PRODUCTS which was formed by the merger of LENNOX HEARTH PRODUCTS and FMI. They offer units with traditional or modern styling. They feature automatic operation and are backed by a good warranty.
We continue our pellet stove ratings with an alphabetical list of manufacturers and reviews of their products. You can continue to browse our list but, if you are looking for a specific brand, you can enter its name in the search box at the top of the page.
This brand is made in Serbia and is sold throughout Europe. They offer basic pellet stoves but their website is not much help and does not have a guarantee for their products.
This brand is made in Italy and is available in Europe. The AIRPELLET units feature variable speed drafting and modulating heat output. They have a built in daily temperature programmer and a standard convection fan. They are available in three sizes (8, 10, 12kw) to fit most average sized homes. The 12kw model can be ducted to supply hot air to other rooms. The manufacturer's website does not have a stated warranty policy.
This brand is made in Italy and is available in Europe. The Circle Plus units have a modern look and feel to them with a curved shape. They are made of cast iron and can be fitted with ducts to spread the heat to other rooms. They have electronic controls with a remote and offer hydro models as well. Their website does not have a stated guarantee for their products.
These stoves are made in Italy and the brand is a part of AER.FI GROUP. they can be purchased in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East. The BruciaPellet units are available in three sizes and have modulating control to closely match the heating requirements of your home. The units have a stainless steel burn pot for durability and electronic controls with an infrared remote. They have a modern look and feel with a large glass for viewing the fire. The units require a lot of maintenance and their website does not have a stated warranty policy.