Wood Burning  Stoves

Wood Burning Stoves

While many new models wither use gas or electric burners, there is nothing like a traditional wood burning unit for bringing warmth, beauty and comfort into the home. These units rely on wood for fuel, and can provide reliable heat without the high cost of electric bills. When comparing wood burning stoves, consider things like design, maintenance requirements, appearance and features to help you choose the best model for your home Benefits of a wood burning stove Save Money Increased Comfort Going Green Electricity Independence Creating  ambience for the  Family or Living Room Let's take a look at the money aspect.
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Wood heat is low cost heat- wood just cost less per BTU than other fuels or electricity does. And it's free for those who like to cut their own wood of course. Another reason it costs less to heat with wood is the zone heating aspect. Most people find they can heat the area they like with a woodstove and let the rest of the house be cooler. If effect, you just don't waste energy dollars heating areas you aren't using.Today's stoves are efficient heaters too: often as efficient as your gas or oil furnace in fact. The manufacturers of wood stoves spend huge amounts of money on designers and engineers to make sure they get maximum heating efficiency, as well as keeping particle emissions at all-time lows. How Much More Comfortable Can You Be? Many of us with heat pumps and forced hot air systems know that even though our thermostats say we're supposed to be comfortable, we aren't. The radiant heat of a wood stove truly warms in a way that hot air systems can't. And again, you can make the room with the wood stove as warm as you like, probably much warmer than you'd ever heat it from the thermostat. A Great Green Heating Solution The green aspect hardly needs explanation. Wood is a renewable and easily obtained source for burning. There's a zero-sum impact in carbon emission as well. When a tree falls in the woods and takes 50 years to completely rot away, ever so slowly it gives off heat, water and CO2, and leaves its mineral content in the forest. When you burn wood the exact same thing happens only obviously very quickly. No additional-anything is produced. (Keep in mind those minerals are in the partly form of ash and what's commonly called creosote- which can stick to the inside of the chimney. That's why there are chimney sweeps!One of the great advantages of wood heating is having heat when there is no power. There's not much more satisfying than being warm and happy around your wood stove Vent Free Log Set when all the lights in the neighborhood are out. You'll have that pioneer feeling, as you should. You thought ahead.
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