10 “BURNING” QUESTIONS – #2

Q #2 – How can I tell if the combustor is working? A #2 – Take a look at what’s coming out of your chimney. If the combustor is working you’ll see some white vapor that dissipates quickly, but little or no gray/brown smoke or smoke odor,...

WET WOOD IS A WASTE

Burn Dry Firewood to SAVE MONEY and your HEALTH. Wet wood can create excessive smoke which is wasted fuel.  Moisture meters that allow you to test the moisture level in wood are available in all sizes and can cost as little as $20.00.  Properly dried wood should have...

LEARN BEFORE YOU BURN !!!

Burn the RIGHT wood, the RIGHT way, in the RIGHT appliance. 1.  Save money and time.  Burn only dry, fully seasoned wood and maintain a hot fire. 2.  Keep your home safer.  Have a certified technician install and annually inspect your appliance and chimney. 3.  Make...

Old Wood Stoves….

…are Dusty, Smoky and Inefficient.  Wood stoves manufactured before 1990 are inefficient.  They waste firewood, pollute the air in your neighborhood and home, and create dust inside your home.   Imagine improving your living environment and reducing the amount...