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What is soapstone? Where does it come from? What are the advantages of a wood burning stove made of soapstone? Are they expensive? This article answers those questions and highlights four benefits of the soapstone stoves.
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.
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.
Learn the origin of creosote, its different accumulation phases and how to reduce it inside your chimney.
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.
A 2.5g/h new emission standard for wood burning fireplaces will start in Montreal on October 1st. The US Environmental Protection Agency( EPA) is expected to lower this standard in 2020. Here is how this change affects consumers and manufacturers.
Soapstone wood stoves are a little expensive but offer several benefits such as high efficient and clean burning that make your investment interesting. Find out why these appliances cost a lot and why it is worth the money.
A catalytic wood stove offers several benefits to its users. Here is a brief overview of its operation, its qualities and some tips to better enjoy.
Pellet stoves and Inserts are both cost-effective, environmentally friendly and practical. Here is why you should consider them.