Northline Express wants to show you 5 ways to save on your heating bill this winter and for many winters to come.
Wood Stoves are a great investment that will provide warmth for your family, while dramatically reducing home heating costs. When purchasing a new wood stove, always keep in mind the area that you are going to be heating with the wood stove. Wood Stoves generally come in 3 different sizes including small, medium and large. Small wood stoves should be used for heating a small cabin or one large room while medium size wood stoves should be used for heating small or moderate sized homes. Large wood stoves are great for heating stately, larger style homes or homes that might have draft issues. Whether you are heating one room, one floor, an entire home, or a small cottage, size and the space you wish to heat is a crucial part of buying a wood stove.
Heat reclaimers and fans adds efficiency to your wood stove or fireplace. When used with a wood stove or fireplace, fans and blowers circulate warm air throughout all of the rooms in your home to ensure even heat distribution.
The advantages to a chimney liner is improved draft by sizing the liner to the appliance, hotter core temperatures, improved safety, easier cleaning, and longevity. Chimney liners vary widely in size, type (wood or gas), and quality. Never use a chimney liner that is smaller in diameter than the flue size of the appliance it is being connected to.
Chimney Caps prohibits destruction on the inside of the chimney from elements such as snow and rain. Using a chimney cap also prevents fire sparks from escaping from the chimney and landing on the roof and they also keep birds, squirrels and other animals from nesting inside of the chimney or entering the home through the chimney.
Finally, Alcohol gel fireplaces produce a slow burning, rich yellow flame. The intense flame from the gel fuel is instant, thick and powerful, flaring with strength of color and the BTU range can range from 2500-3000. The flame from a gel fuel burner can cascade up to 8 inches from the top of the gel can and each 13 ounce can will provide anywhere from 2.5-3 hours of subtle heat and ambient light.
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