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Archive for September 2009

Now that fall is here, there's nothing better than curling up to a nice, warm fire. A fireplace will help keep you keep cosy, but it should also be safe and energy-efficient. If you're looking to add a new fireplace to your home or upgrade an existing one this season, make sure you know all the options available.

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As temperatures fall and thoughts turn to warding off the approaching cold weather, the Hearth, Patio and Barbeque Association says Americans have more incentive than ever to install a new wood or pellet-burning stove. Homeowners can save significantly thanks to a federal consumer tax credit designed to encourage energy-conscious purchases. It can cover 30 percent of the cost of clean, fuel-efficient stoves and fireplace inserts, up to a maximum credit of $1,500.

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Jason Raddenbach - Contributing Writer Posted on Wednesday 16th September 2009

On a cold winter evening, who of us is not tempted to stoke up a fire in the fireplace, and read a book in front of the crackling hearth? You may be thinking "I am doing myself a favor by supplementing the furnace with additional heat". But in fact, the opposite is true.

The open wood burning fireplace is a black hole of heat

I know it sounds crazy, but the air action that a wood-burning fireplace initiates in the home is wasteful. More.....

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from The Omaha World-Herald As the mercury drops and days get shorter, you may be snuggling up to a wood-burning stove to keep your tootsies toasty. With today's economy, alternative heat sources may become more popular as penny-pinchers try to minimize gas and electric bills. While wood-burning and pellet stoves can be quaint and efficient, they can also be dangerous. More

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Conscientious Oregonians have been storing up firewood for the inevitable cool days of winter, and the experienced wood-gatherers know that dry, seasoned firewood burns most efficiently, provides the most heat and smokes the least.

In fact, unseasoned wood is not suitable for open fireplaces, according to Steve Bowers, a forester with the Douglas County office of the Oregon State University Extension Service.

Ideally, wood should be purchased or gathered at least a year in advance of burning. more.....

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