Wood Stove 101: The Best (and Worst) Firewood Types

When choosing firewood for your wood stove or fireplace, you have a lot of options. There are two main factors you must consider when choosing the best logs for a wood burning stove: wood type and wood moisture content. In this post, we’ll explain which types of wood make the best logs for a wood […]

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Wood Stove 101: How to Build a Fire in a Wood Stove

Starting a fire in a wood stove can sometimes be a struggle. The solution to this problem may be in better building your fire or using proper, seasoned firewood. We can help teach you how to build a fire in your wood stove. Typically, most people build a fire with a bottom-up method, placing smaller […]

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Small Wood Stove: Introducing Nova by MF Fire

MF Fire is happy to introduce Nova, the newest high efficiency small wood stove in our all-EPA 2020 compliant product line. Nova is a welcome addition for wood burners everywhere, and is what a modern wood stove should be: efficient, low emissions, simple to use and provide great flames with maximum viewing area. Nova is […]

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Wood Stove 101: How To Keep a Wood Stove Burning All Night

Are your wood fires consistently burning out too quickly? Do you want to have an all night fire? When you heat with a wood burning stove, the wood stove’s controls are a big help to speed up and slow down the burn, but to get longer burns in your wood stove, you must control the […]

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Wood Stove 101: The perfect way to build a fire, top-down.

Have you ever struggled to start a fire in your wood stove? The problem might be how you are building your fire. The traditional method of fire building is bottom-up, where kindling and small logs go on the bottom to light the larger wood on top. But if you build a fire the opposite way, […]

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Wood Stove 101: How to Clean Wood Stove Glass

You want to see your fire, but your wood stove glass keeps getting dirty. How do you keep the glass in wood stoves from getting dirty? You can learn how to clean wood stove glass here. With regular use, all wood stoves will accumulate a brownish black soot film or white hazy deposits. While this […]

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