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Bishop, CA – Residents of Inyo, Mono and Alpine counties who are currently relying on old woodstoves or open fireplaces to heat their homes may qualify for a new program recently launched by the Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District. Targeting old wood burning devices that burn inefficiently and emit high levels of unhealthy smoke throughout the region, the Air District’s new ”Woodstove Replacement Program” is aggressively targeting these old heating systems with funding for new, EPA-compliant replacements.

Here are some safety tips from Consumer Reports:

Check the propane tank for any signs of rust, dents or any substantial corrosion. If the tank is not 100% you should replace it. There are LP tank fuel gages commercially available and are very easy to install. In the absence of a gage, you can remove it from the grill, stand it upright and poor hot water around the tank. The line of the cool area will indicate how much fuel remains in the tank.

There's nothing like sitting in front of your fireplace for an enjoyable and comforting way to spend the evening. Fireplaces add a design element to nearly any space. Fireplaces provide an atmosphere for that special time whether you are enjoying it yourself or with family and friends.

Some folks are obsessive about the choice of firewood. First chore is finding it, then cutting, splitting and stacking are all part of the fun. Doing all the aforementioned properly will result in a clean burning, safe system that will be very efficient,

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