We regularly publish posts and articles that help inform our customers and the public about wood heating. 

The case for heating with wood

September 10th, 2020

If you’ve been looking for eco- and wallet-friendly ways to heat your business, facility or home, you might have heard about wood-fuel heating. But you might also have some questions about just how “green” it is to heat with wood. There is a lot of conflicting information and opinion out there, and it can be hard to wade through the clutter. This article summarizes what we know about the economic, energetic AND environmental benefits of using wood fuel for heat.

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How Bulk Pellets work

January 15th, 2020

Bulk wood pellet heating for automatic wood pellet boilers as well as pellet stoves offers some advantages in cost and ease of use. It's not for everyone at the moment but for consumers who have a large heat load, there is cost savings and convenience to be found with bulk delivery.

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What size boiler do I need?

July 5th, 2018

You have a home, workshop or office building and you’d like to get away from oil heating and move to cheaper and renewable wood options. How much heat do you need? What size of boiler will provide you with enough heat? You’ll never find on our site an equation the links boiler size directly to the square footage of the area to be heated because it’s simply not possible to achieve accuracy and efficiency without doing a bit more homework.

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Wood chips vs. firewood vs. wood pellets: Which is best for you?

January 5th, 2018

Wood comes in many forms, species, sizes and origins. Let’s simplify the discussion to just the three wood mainstays: wood chips, wood pellets and logwood (firewood). My other resource posts will detail considerations for each fuel type but for now, let’s consider them broadly.

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Can I burn peanut shells and hay bales too?

November 15th, 2017

Modern wood heating appliances are built for high efficiency and low emissions. Each appliance is intended to burn a particular range of wood fuels which don't include burning peat, pine cones, straw, grass clippings or coffee grounds.

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How much does a system cost?

November 1st, 2017

Making the leap into Modern Wood Heating means doing something that isn't yet mainstream. System components are different from conventional fossil fuel boilers and can sometimes be more expensive. It's important to understand the costs and to see that over the life of a system, Modern Wood Heating offers big savings.

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How do I store wood pellets?

October 17th, 2017

Bulk wood pellets delivered by pneumatic truck can be stored in many acceptable ways. Here is a description of a few of the most common methods.

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