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Reliable Used Stoves in Shelburne, VT
When you buy a used stove, it’s important to know what you are getting. The product you buy from an online or newspaper listing may not be everything the seller promises; in fact, it might even be dangerous. The Chimney Sweep Shop is always looking for ways to save our customers money. Our pre-owned stoves have been thoroughly checked out by our service department and are guaranteed to be in good working condition. Don’t risk your safety with a used stove that may have more problems than meet the eye. When you buy a pre-owned stove from us, you can rest assured the great deal you got truly is all it’s cracked up to be.
Our Used Stoves are Safe
The biggest safety issue with used stoves is carbon dioxide. Older stoves are more likely to leak this odorless gas, especially if they aren’t installed properly. The seller may not have the owner’s manual or be able to offer any information on how to install the unit. When you buy from a trusted dealer, you not only get a dependable stove, you also get the information you need to operate it properly and safely.
We Have EPA-Certified Pre-Owned Stoves
Make sure any pre-owned stove you buy is EPA certified. Most stoves built after 1988 are certified, which means they not only burn cleaner but they also heat more efficiently, which can save you money over the life of the unit. Virtually new stoves are more likely than not to be EPA certified, but it’s important to know for sure before you make the purchase.
Our Used Stoves are in Great Condition
There is more to getting a preowned stove in working shape than a new paint job. Our service department is experienced in getting salvageable stoves ready for resale. They are thorough in order to ensure the unit works properly in addition to looking great. The process involves the following steps:
- Disassembling the stove
- Cleaning all of the salvageable gaskets
- Replacing parts
- Reassembling the stove
- Replacing gaskets and seals
The end result of all this work is a stove that will keep your home warm, with no performance or safety issues, for years to come.