My Fahrenheit only has Pellet Furnace. Make sure you put a "Backdraft Damper" at the start of the ductwork off your stove. This pellet-burning whole-house furnace will heat the entire house just as a conventional forced-air heating system does. Choose your dutcted pellet stove. They had a Heating company look at the house because all the rooms were cold except the room with the pellet stove. With this type of setup, the stove can be placed near a primary cold-air return for the forced-air heating system so that its warm air is drawn into the system and circulated to the various rooms in the house. You'll have to make it removable or add some type of an access door.
I am not implying that this is acceptable either.
How pellet furnaces and stoves can revitalize the way you heat your home
Smoke and dust can enter the venting with it hanging in front of the stove. Void your warranty and run the risk of something happening. There have been many more stories of a house burning down to Wood fires, than there have been of pellet stoves. Installing a pellet stove, if allowed by local code, requires only modest do-it-yourself skills. But people have done it and got it to work for them. Here is my thread on my setup. Yes I agree that going with a furnace to duct the heat to where you need it is the best route.