Modern Technology - Traditional Warmth
Breckwell pellet stoves offer the penetrating warmth and captivating flames unique to wood heat, yet with clean operation and all the convenience of a modern appliance: automatic ignition, self feeding and sophisticated controls. Since 1984, more than 500,000 pellet stoves have proven this new home heating technology convenient, economical and gentle on the environment - and a wonderful option for homeowners. There is no smoke from a Breckwell pellet stove.
Wood pellets, made from sawdust and other timber byproducts, are formed in the shape and size of a pencil eraser. Pellets are made to the rigorous standards of the Pellet Fuels Institute; look for the Institute's label of quality on bags of fuel.
Wood pellet fuel, an economical and renewable fuel source, is derived from a waste material. It saves on landfill space, is 100 percent organic, and does not contribute to the greenhouse effect, since it is CO2 neutral. It is available in convenient 40lb bags and stores in one third the space of cordwood.
Every Breckwell Stove Qualifies For the 2011 Tax Credit!
On December 17, 2010, President Obama signed into law the Middle Class Tax Relief Act of 2010. This $858 billion tax package keeps current tax rates in place and extends several tax credits designed to help boost the sluggish economy. One of the credits that were extended with this law is the tax credit for qualifying biomass heating appliances that was originally going to expire on December 31st of 2010.
There were changes to the tax credit though. The current tax credit is for 10 percent of the purchase price of the appliance, does not include installation costs, and is capped at $300.00 maximum. If you failed to take advantage of the previous tax credit available for purchasing a biomass stove, be sure not to miss out this time.
Which Breckwell Stoves Qualify for the Tax Credit?
Breckwell stoves are so efficient that ALL Breckwell stoves qualify: they all exceed the 75 percent efficiency standard and are classified as "qualified energy property" as defined in section 5.01 of Internal Revenue Service Notice 2009-53.