Harmon Stoves and Alternative Heating Methods with a Giveaway

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Harman Stoves for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

When it comes to using energy one of the biggest things is heating!  So chosing a heating method that is efficient and economical is very important. Right now we have a wood stove as the only heat source in our finished basement.  It does a great job of heating the space, but the chores of hauling wood and building and stoking the fire get old very fast.  Many days we don't even bother to start a fire in it, and just bundle up in blankets when we want to go downstairs.


So we are looking into alternative ways to heat the area, and one of the best is adding a free standing stove.   Stoves can burn coal, wood or wood pellets, and come in lots of styles and sizes to provide an efficient, clean burning fire.  Wood pellets have become a popular heating alternative over the past few years, because they are convenient and can help reduce your carbon footprint. 

So I have been reading up on Harman Pellet Stoves, to see what would be right for our basement.  I like the idea of continuing to use a renewable energy source like wood, but a pellet stove would elminate the whole chore of splitting and stacking wood. It would also we much easier to start and keep going, so we wouldn't have to freeze in the basement all the time.  My husband and I hope to get a new and better heating source installed by the fall, so we will be toasty warm all next winter.

You can also follow Harman Stoves on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest to find out more about their products and what products are right for you. Here is an infographic from Harmon showing why their pellet stoves are awesome! Check it out and leave me a comment with what you like about Harmon Stoves, and you will be entered to win a notebook from Harmon.  Giveaway open to US only, and ends on February 18th.

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Comments

  1. Marisa May says

    I love that Harmon stoves are not only an affordable alternative heating method but also are better for the environment!

  2. Marie Leclerc says

    I am impressed with the effecience of this heater. Here in the cold northeast, this would be great to have.

  3. Elsie says

    What a great idea, a Harmon heater, for our downstairs rec room, to warm us safely and affordably, here in the Snow Belt!
    I am so excited with the efficiency and appearance, too.

  4. Keely Hostetter says

    I like that it is an easy secondary source of heat. We have an old house and this would be great to have to keep our downstairs warm.

  5. susan h says

    I am interested in the pellet insert for our fireplace in our great room. Our house is not zoned so it would be a perfect solution to saving on our heat.

  6. says

    I love everything about Harmon Stoves, especially the lower heating prices, and less carbon emissions. But my favorite thing is that the Harmon Stove models come as either free-standing or an insert. It makes it very convenient if you live in an old 70′s ranch like mine, with a non-working gas fireplace. Now that I’ve found Harmon Stoves thanks to Upstate Ramblings, I’d love to rip out that old non-working gas fireplace and replace it with an energy efficient Harmon Stove!

  7. Jay Reynolds says

    Pellet stoves are a great idea! I’ve been looking into some alternative heating solutions for my house as a back up to traditional heat. I like the idea of stoves because of the low cost of heating. Would you recommend getting one for each individual room, or would 1 per floor suffice?

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