We all know that some woods like spruce, bark, and painted ones cause the worst fires. But are there any other types that aren't safe and that you should steer away from? Keep on reading if you want to choose the right type to use for firewood. 8 Types of Wood That Shouldn't Be Used […]
Do You Need Permission to Install a Wood Burning Stove?
Many homeowners fear getting a wood stove or a heating appliance because they don’t want to go through the trouble of getting a compliance certificate, but do you really need to get a wood stove permit? Tag along as we dissect the legality of it all. Short Answer In most cases, installing wood-burning appliances and […]
Can a Wood Stove Get Too Hot?
Maintaining your wood-burning stove is the only way to ensure efficiency, but it doesn't stop it from overheating. If you have no idea why your stove is burning all of a sudden, be sure to keep on reading. Can You Overheat a Wood Stove? Yes, you can undoubtedly heat wood stoves excessively if you leave […]
How Long Do Wood Stoves Last?
Investing in wood burning stoves can be a hefty fortune for homeowners but quickly become permanent in our fireplaces, serving to keep every home warm. Put simply; they operate by burning wood as traditional modes of fuel. With that being the case, these stoves are built to last for years, so you won’t need to […]
Can I Install My Own Wood Stove?
A wood-burning stove in your fireplace is the perfect way to take the chill out of your home and save on energy bills. They're perfect if you're environmentally conscious and want to use them as your primary energy source to keep your home warm. If they've been sparking your interest, find out if you can […]
Wood Stove vs. Pellet Stove (2022 Comparison Guide)
What's Different About Wood Heat and Pellets? Both types of stoves give off a dry, comfortable heat. The fire in a wood stove must be kept going to keep the heat steady. A pellet stove works when the hopper is full of pellets, which are the fuel, and the stove can be controlled by a […]