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A nice way to heat up your home on cold days and save on your electric bill is to use a wood burning stove. You will find that there are different types of wood available besides using common firewood. There are cleaner burning wood fuels available, which are made from recycled materials which give off less smoke, but just as much heat. It is easy to keep a fire burning all day and night, regardless of your wood fuel preference, as long as you keep adding more wood to the stove.

A Wood Burning Stove Can Be Used in Many Places in Your Home

In the past, you would commonly find a wood burning stove in the kitchen. However, today, you will find these units in other places of the home, including living rooms, dining rooms, bathrooms and bedrooms. Modern, efficient wood burning models are available in all different sizes, on our website, here at New Energy Distributing. With these modern models, you can even run the chimney right through the middle of the home instead on an exterior wall.

You will find that some general contractors prefer to install gas fireplaces over wood fireplaces with new home constructions. The reason they prefer gas units is they do not require a chimney to be ran out the top of the home.

Over continued use your fireplace can wear out over time even when it is properly maintained. Brick enclosures can start to crack from being heated and cooled.

Napoleon provides all different models and styles of fireplaces for you to choose from, when getting a new fireplace. Napoleon fireplaces are available in gas, wood burning and electric styles.

Realtors tell us that the addition of a woodburning fireplace in a house will increase its value, so it's a worthwhile investment. In most rooms, a fireplace is the focal point, adding character and ambiance.

When you want Napoleon stoves for your home, you will be able to choose from both wood burning and gas models.

When you need to reline your chimney, one option is to use a stainless steel chimney liner. This type of liner comes in two different styles, which are rigid and flexible, depending upon your needs. Rigid styles are good when you have a straight chimney without offsets. Flexible liners are better and easier to install when you have a chimney that has offsets.

Get the Right Size Stainless Steel Chimney Liner Using Your Chimney's Dimensions

When you need a new stainless steel chimney liner, which his available on our website, here at New Energy Distributing, you will need to know the diameter of the flue collar of the appliance you are connecting. It is never a good idea to reduce the size of the flue on a wood burning appliance.

When you want to add an alternative heating and cooking solution to your home, you should look into the different models of Napoleon wood stoves. You will find a variety of different styles made from cast iron and steel to fit most rooms in your house. Today's modern designs allow you to use wood stoves in other areas of the home besides kitchens and living rooms. You can use wood stoves in bathrooms and even your dining room.

Napoleon Wood Stoves Complete with Curb Side Delivery

When you shop for Napoleon wood stoves online at our website, here at New Energy Distributing, we offer free curb side delivery on orders over $500. This means, rather than having to worry about transporting your new wood stove home, it arrives right at your doorstep. However, you will need to be available to unload your wood stove yourself.

When you are connecting flexible gas pipe to your different gas appliances, you will need to figure out what type of connectors you require. There are both male and female adapters available, as well as brass tees when you need to split the gas line. Male adapters are threaded and allow a section of gas pipe with a female adapter to be screwed together.

Flexible Gas Pipe Comes in Different Size Diameters and Lengths

Flexible gas pipe comes in different lengths as well as different size diameters, including 3/8 inch, ½ inch, ¾ inch and 1 inch. When selecting gas pipe, choose the size that will work best with your gas appliance, fireplace or stove. You will also need to purchase adapters in the same size so that they will fit correctly onto the ends of the gas pipe. You will find flexible CSS gas pipe available on our website in a variety of lengths and sizes, here at New Energy Distributing

When you get a brand new gas fireplace or gas stove, you will need to connect it to the natural gas line which comes into your house. If you do not already have a natural gas line connection, you will need to contact your local utility company and ask them to connect your home to the gas line of the utility company. Once this is done, you will then need to run your own gas pipe throughout your home and can choose between rigid steel gas pipe and flexible CSST gas line.

General Contractors Prefer Using Flexible CSST Gas Line

General contractors prefer using CSST gas line, which is available on our website, here at New Energy Distributing, over solid steel gas pipe for several reasons. First CSST line is flexible, which makes working around corners easy and simple. Next, this flexible gas line comes in long sections rather than small pieces. Since the gas line can be run in longer sections, it requires fewer connections. Using fewer connections means you will spend less money on running a gas line in your home.

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