It comes as no surprise that it has been cold here in Wyoming, but does it have to be twelve below zero? Really! It seems that no matter when we schedule to do cow work or move the cows the weather takes a dive.
Needless to say heating the house is an issue. In Wyoming it is smart to have a couple of alternative heat sources in case the electricity goes out during a blizzard.
When the guys come in from feeding and breaking the ice for the cows, it needs to be warm and toasty! I don’t like to crank the central heat up and having a popular heating alternative makes a huge difference in our electric bill.
Harman Pellet Stoves and Inserts offer signicant savings over electric (47%), Oil (44%) and propane (a whopping 53%!) , also reducing your carbon footprint while staying toasty warm!
Another bonus is that the tax credit for 75% efficient biomass heating appliances has been reinstated for 2013. You could receive up to a $300 tax credit if purchased in 2013! So now is the time to get a alternative heat source for your home.
The pellets are considered biomass fuels, which are renewable and release fewer carbon emissions.
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