Family owned and operated in Sudbury since 1979
Why is it that people choose wood when there are other options that take less work? There are many ways to heat a home, but none of them can quite match the feeling of lighting your own fire, building it to a roar, hearing the crack and pop of the logs and enjoying it all thoughtfully with your family and friends.
How they work
Wood burning stoves for sale today are highly advanced pieces of modern design. A traditional stove has an efficiency rating of around 40%. Installing a new model can almost double your efficiency-- they typically have a rating of over 70%. That means you’ll use fewer logs to heat your home, you’ll take fewer trips to the wood pile and spend less time stoking and relighting the fire.
This is all thanks to a few design features that make even a small unit capable of heating a large space. The most notable is the burning of smoke in the stove rather than releasing it up the chimney.
Eco-Friendly Fuel Source
Properly managed wood resources are renewable and ecological. Responsible logging practices are leading the way in the logging industry, making wood the economical choice it has always been while being good for those interested in renewable initiatives. Those with their own trees can also make use of cuttings and felled branches around their property, turning waste into warmth.
All wood stoves should have their flues swept at least once a year. In addition, an annual maintenance and replacement of any damaged or broken seals and bricks will maintain the efficiency and functioning of your unit.
To find out more about the best wood burning model for your home we invite you to come into our showroom to discuss your options with our knowledgeable team. You may also contact us by phone or email.