Wood Burning Stove in Arizona

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About Wood Burning Stove Guys

Wood Burning Stove Guys in Arizona provides comprehensive wood burning services because we understand that getting the most out of a woodstove means more than simply stocking the fire. The kind of stove you get, where you located in your house, the type of wood you burn, where you get your wood from and burning techniques all determine how effectively your wood stove works. We are here to put all this considerations in place and install the most effective Wood Burning Stove in your house, contact us today and enquire more about our services on 888-314-9998.

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The best firewood

Seasoned hardwood is the best wood for heating in Wood Burning Stoves. Different parts of the country have different tree species and therefore a wood burner’s choices are limited by geography. Heating needswill vary considerably over the course of a heating season and because of this you need a variety of wood types because the wood that is perfect for one extreme is not ideal for the other. We recommend that you have a variety of wood in your woodpile to get the most out of your wood stove the whole year. You should avoid burning softwood as possible because you can damage your stove or cause a chimney fire unless you drastically minimize fire’s air supply.

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Tips for using a wood burning stove

If you have recently joined the Wood Burning Stove class there are two important things that will ensure that you get the most from your fire. The first thing is do not burn water. It is the most basic thing to get right when you are burning wood. Green wood is around 50% water and therefore means for every kilogram of green wood you add to the fire you are effectively adding 500ml of water and therefore fuel should be dried properly before burning it. You can achieve this by getting green wood and drying it yourself; if you have a space to dry your wood properly that is the cheapest option and ensure at least one summer to dry properly but two are better. You can also reduce this by looking for a good supplier, the best way of finding a good log supplier is going through an accreditation scheme such as Wood sure which is an audit of whether the logs really are as dry as the supplier claims and this will help you determine whether you are being ripped off or not.

If you any enquiry feel free to call us on 888-314-9998 and Wood Burning Stove Guys in Arizona will be ready to serve.

The other thing to ensure maximum exploitation of the wood stove is air management; in Wood Burning Stoves there are two types of air; primary air which fees the beds of the fire and secondary air that feeds the flames above it. The rules for managing air are: Never completely close the secondary air vent, do not leave the wood stove open unless you have been specifically instructed by the manual lighting the fire and always remember that you looking for a hot, fast burn which will be cleanest and efficient way of operating your wood stove.

If you any enquiry feel free to call us on 888-314-9998 and Wood Burning Stove Guys in Arizona will be ready to serve.

Cities we serve

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