Kedel Pellet Boiler Featured on WGME’s Saving You Money
Many Mainers are still feeling the pinch of last year’s brutal winter and looking into alternative ways to heat their home and save on heating costs. Channel 13’s Jeff Peterson interviewed Josh Corbin to learn how the Corbins are saving 50% or more on their heat costs and putting money back into our state by switching to a fully automated Kedel pellet boiler.
For many like the Corbins, pellet boilers are a great way to save money on heating bills:
- Pellet boilers save up to 50%+ on fuel costs & support your local environment
- Kedel pellet boilers reduce carbon emissions up to 90%
- They are a complete replacement for your fossil fuel boiler
- Pellet boilers connect to your home’s central heating distribution system to provide heat to the entire home
- Wood pellets are delivered in bulk right to your home (no bags to lug) and are automatically fed to the boiler.
- Kedel pellet boilers are smart and can be monitored online all the time
People often confuse pellet boilers for pellet stoves but this not the case. Pellet boilers are actually closer to an oil boiler in the way they operate than a pellet stove. The primary difference between an oil boiler and a pellet boiler is the fuel they use. Both boilers are used to heat the entire the house without a backup source.
If you are looking to learn more about how pellet boilers can save you money and build Maine’s economy, contact us for a free energy assessment. We’ll help you figure out what alternative to oil heating system makes sense for your home.