When selecting a woodburning stove, the first thing you should consider is the size of the room or structure you are trying to heat. With that in mind, please select one of the options above so we can start narrowing down the perfect stove for you.
The Top Down Burn
1. Bottom layer – Lay several pieces of split hardwood (5”–7”). 2. Middle layer – Crisscross smaller pieces (3”–5”) over the bottom layer. 3. Top layer – Place a small pile of kindling (8–10 pieces) on top of the stack. 4. Place a firestarter under the kindling and light.
This method works whether you are starting a fire in a fireplace, woodstove, or firepit.
Building the Perfect Fire
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These links will take you directly to the manufacturers websites where you can download manuals, specs, etc.
First time wood stove buyer? Here is a brochure put out by the Minnesota Department of Commerce called Wood Heat, that has some very good basic information on buying and installing a wood stove. Click here For all things wood & woodburning related, you might find the website "woodheat.org" helpful - we do.