Here in the south we don't get too many days of freezing weather, but it's been a particularly cold winter this year and our central heat is going through gas like crazy trying to keep the house warm.
When I learned about Harman Pellet Stoves and how they can save big money on your heating bill, I just had to share the info with you. Check out the infographic below, which shows that using a pellet stove or fireplace insert costs 44% less than oil, 47% less than electric and 53% less than propane heat.
I had no idea that pellet fuel was such a popular heating alternative, or that it could save us over half off the cost of our standard propane heat. But the really exciting news is that you can get a Federal tax credit on 75% efficient biomass heating appliances, such as the Harman Pellet Stoves. The 10% tax credit of up to $300 is available for qualifying biomass heating appliances purchased through December 31, 2013. With over 36 models of stoves, inserts and home heating units available, you're sure to find something perfect for your home.
And, thanks to Harman one lucky US reader will win a cool notebook made from recycled materials complete with pen! How do you win? Just leave a comment below telling us what you like about Harman or something you learned from visiting their website. You can also earn extra entries by doing the following:
Like Harman on Facebook
Follow Harman Stoves on Twitter
Be sure to leave a separate comment for each entry – up to three per person.
I will pick the winner on 2/23/13 and send an announcement via email. If there is no response within 48 hours a new winner will be chosen.