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Wood Stove Buying Guide: How to Buy the Right Wood Burning Stove in 8 Essential Steps

September 13th, 2017 How To | Blogs & Information Comments

There are so many types of wood stoves for sale, it can be confusing to a new or returning buyer. Small, medium, or large? A free standing stove or a fireplace insert? Hearth mount with legs or in the center of the room on a pedestal? All of these options can leave your head spinning. […]

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A Wood Stove to Prevent Chimney Fires

As you relax in front of your fire, the last thing you are probably thinking about is your chimney. If you don’t pick the right wood stove before you light those winter fires, your enjoyment may be very short-lived. Dirty chimneys and old unsafe wood stoves can cause chimney fires, which destroy homes and injure people. Chimney […]

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How do you make a clean wood burning stove? Swirl it.

A roaring fire is great – except for all of the smoke and the soot. But did you know that changing the shape of the flames in a fire can make it cleaner? When you swirl the flames, like we do in our Catalyst clean wood burning stoves, there is less smoke and less soot. […]

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Start Your Wood Stove the Easy Way with our Digital App

A few years back I had a pretty typical wood burning stove. My wife and I loved the fire, we loved burning wood, but boy was it a pain to start. Starting a Fire in a Wood Stove the Old Way: In our old wood stove, a brand that shall not be named, getting a […]

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4 Facts on the Future of Modern Wood Stoves

Wood stoves made big news recently because of the new two-step emissions regulations by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The first step of the new EPA wood burning stove regulations, which went into effect in May 2016, prohibits the sale of any wood stove that emits greater than 4.5 grams per hour of particulate matter (or soot). The […]

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What Makes a Smart Wood Stove?

The word smart is thrown around a lot lately – smart cars, smart phones, smart homes. Even a few wood stoves claim to be “smart”.  These stoves essentially all do the same thing. A smart stove uses simple tactics to open and close a single opening at a fixed temperature. This can be nice feature, […]

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