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Harmony Hearth & Home
922 West Lincolnway
Cheyenne, Wyoming
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Mark & Barbara Brennan

Fireplace – a "box" which will safely contain fire. Fireplaces are usually associated with new construction and/or remodeling.

Fireplace insert – a unit which fits into a pre-existing "box" which will safely contain fire. Inserts are used when a fireplace is already present and a change or conversion to a different fuel type is desired – i.e. converting a wood-burning fireplace to gas.


Pellet stoves or fireplace inserts are an economical and environmentally friendly way to heat your home. Pellet heaters are easy to use, safe, and cleaner than standard wood-burning stoves and fireplaces.  Dust and allergens brought into the home are minimal, making pellet stoves and fireplaces a better option for those with allergies or asthma. Many pellet stoves or fireplace inserts can be connected to a thermostat to keep your home at a comfortable temperature day and night with minimal attention or effort. How long it takes to burn through a bag of pellets (40 pounds) will depend on how you run the stove or fireplace insert and the type of pellets used. Generally, the average person will use one bag of pellets per day. Pellet heaters start with the push of a button, no lighting is necessary.

Most commonly, pellets are made from the waste product of wood. Therefore, not only are pellets a renewable resource, they are also a form of recycling! Harmony Hearth & Home sells pellets made of beetle-kill wood in Kremmling, Colorado. This means there is no shortage of pellets and the wood is not being wasted.  The second most common type of pellet is corn, but other biomass products can be used to create pellets. Cornstalks, straw, wastepaper and even animal waste can be converted into pellets. Not all pellet stoves or fireplace inserts can burn pellets made of something other than wood, but we do offer several multi-fuel pellet stoves. 

Come to Harmony Hearth & Home and see the pellet stoves and fireplace inserts we have in stock.  We would be happy to talk with you about what is best for your home and assist you in finding the right alternate heat source for you!

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  • Environmentally friendly – both in fuel type and clean burning
  • Economical to operate
  • Easy to use – start with the push of a button and many can be used with a remote
  • Safe – only the front gets hot, reducing the risk to children and allowing stoves to be placed close to walls 
  • Clean – bags of pellets will not create a mess as you carry them through your house and even the ash is minimal and easy to clean.  Allergens are also minimal.
  • Most can be run by a thermostat and often the thermostat is run by a remote control.
  • Minimal attention is required – add pellets or check levels daily.  Units will turn off if they run out of pellets;  there is no need to check them in the middle of the night.
  • Minimal electricity is required to run a pellet stove or fireplace insert, so they are not optimal as a heat source if the power goes out.  However, inverters can be used, so the unit will run off a car battery if the power is out and when the power is on, the battery is being charged.
  • There are many moving parts meaning some amount of maintenance is needed to prevent breakdown of parts.
  • Parts such as the igniter will need to be replaced from time to time.

  • Steel or cast iron
  • Cast iron in matte black or enamel coating
  • Trim colors
  • Log sets
  • Remote control
  • Thermostat

  • Hearth pad
  • Scented oil and scent stones
  • Inverter
  • Cleaning brushes and tools
  • Ash-vac and attachment kit

"4" Duravent Pellet Vent or
Pellet Vent Pro

Simpson Pellet Vent Pro
Graysen Woods
Confluence Energy
Rocky Mountain Pellets

  • Empty ash tray and vacuum ashes from burn pot and viewing area approximately once a week (depending on use of unit).  Do this when unit is cool.
  • Clean glass as needed while unit is cool.
  • Every 3-6 months brush out venting to release ash.  This is a simple process and we would be happy to explain the cleanest way to do it.
  • Yearly full maintenance – open the side and/or back of the unit and clean all parts and blowers.  We offer this service at a reduced price during the summer months.

  • Choose a high grade of pellets for cleaner, warmer, longer lasting burn and less ash and “clinkers”.
  • Corn burns hotter than wood, but does produce more residue and is harder to light. Consider burning a mix of wood and corn if you have a unit which will accept a mix.
  • Remember to clean and maintain your unit regularly. Clean more often if you burn corn.
  • Running your unit at a consistent level and turning it off and on no more than
    necessary will prevent parts such as the igniter from wearing out as quickly.
Enviro "Empress" Pellet Stove
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Quadra-Fire "Classic Bay 1200" Pellet Stove
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Enviro "Mini" Pellet Stove
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Enviro "M55" Cast Pellet Stove
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Enviro "Empress" Pellet Fireplace Insert
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Enviro "EF3bi" Pellet Fireplace Insert
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Harman "Accentra" Pellet Stove
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Harman "Advance" Pellet Stove
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Quadra Fire "Classic Bay 1200" Pellet insert
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