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Pellet Stove Repair & Service

If your pellet stove is experiencing issues like, trouble igniting, sparks, excessive ash build up, blackened glass, low heat output, small flame or poor burn quality, you may need to schedule a repair and service. If your pellet stove's fire is lazy, and the flames have black tips, then cleaning the heat exchanger blower maybe needed. A professional can run the necessary tests, and remove any ash buildup in the firebox, heat exchanger, exhaust blower, and venting or wires may need replaced. Keep your equipment running properly and your home warm and comfortable, with preventative maintenance and services, for your pellet stove.

A pellet stove burns pellets made from compressed wood waste and from agricultural waste. Because fire requires air, pellet stoves require a combustion blower to feed air into the system. A faulty combustion blower might be the cause of low flames not staying lit. If the clean-out is clogged with soot, the stove can't breathe properly, which can lead to problems keeping the stove lit on the lowest setting. If your pellet stove is producing a dark sooty flame, this means that for one reason or another, not enough air is getting to the fire. The most common cause of a dark sooty pellet stove fire is a clinkered up burn pot which can be the result of inadequate maintenance or poor pellet quality.

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