Keep your wood stove burning hot

By The Helpful Engineer / On / In Energy Conservation

Warm fire pictureMany people restrict the air flow into their stove to slow the burn rate and save fuel. Unfortunately this runs the risk of forming creosote in the flue and thus chimney fires. Another result of burning at low temperatures is that it releases significantly more dust particles up the chimney and thus increases pollution.  Looking at these two issues in more detail: Read more “Keep your wood stove burning hot”