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Old 09-19-2018, 10:01 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by Biggd View Post
A buddy of mine has a pellet stove and although it works great he loses one bay of his 2 car garage to pellets because he buys in bulk to get a better price. My garage space is too valuable to me to fill it with pellets.

I vote wood! If you lose electricity you still have a heat source.

Most of the new stoves are very efficient and can burn all night when loaded up. My old Vigilant will only go about 5 hours. When it was new it would go all night. It's not as air tight as it use to be.
Probably just needs a new set of gaskets? Easy to do yourself as well!
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