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Wood stove models have enjoyed a surge in popularity in the recent decades. Getting “off the grid” can be very appealing to many people, especially people who think society is too reliant on fossil-fuels. These stoves can also save on the cost of heating a home during the winter months. This is an important consideration, because electricity and gas prices have been climbing, and have reached shocking heights in the past few years. Beyond the practical considerations, wood-burning stoves are usually highly valued for their beauty and aesthetic quality. It is easy to fall in love with the romantic idea of this type of stove, especially in the middle of winter when you crave extra warmth.

Wood-burning stoves can be installed in most homes. They are available in many different sizes and styles, all of them designed to add warmth and quality to your home. But if you do choose to install one in your home, or begin using the one already there, there are some items of safety to keep in mind. For example, the only thing you should burn is one hundred percent natural wood. You should never burn rubbish or pressed wood. The toxins released in burning pressed wood can be dangerous to your family.

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