Stoves Articles

Why is My Pellet Stove Not Heating?

Most pellet stoves and inserts generate heat in the range of 8000 – 40,000 BTU’s/hour.  If your appliance seems to have lost a little something in the heat output department, the fix might be easier than you think! PELLET STOVES 101: THE BASICS OF HOW THEY WORK. A hopper or bin on your pellet stove…
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HOW CAN I PREVENT A CHIMNEY FIRE?

How to prevent chimney fires? This article explains the importance of chimney maintenance and also, offers great tips for the every day use of a wood stove or fireplace.

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Six Facts About Pellets

Pellet inserts reduce heat cost and are ecological. No chemicals are used to produce pellets. Soft wood pellets produce less ashes but are most expensive. Spring is the best time to purchase pellets.

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Intro To New Non-Catalytic Wood Stoves

If you are now familiar with catalytic wood stoves, you might need more explanations about non-catalytic appliances. Here are some details on their functioning, as well as some tips on their installation and operation.

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