Whether you’re looking for Steel, Cast Iron, or Porcelain Enamel, today’s wood-burning products offer a variety of choices to suit every need.

 For those looking for a serious heater there are EPA-certified, high efficiency units, some with catalytics some with gasification reburn tubes.

Woodstoves can be installed using an existing chimney or a separate metal flue. They can provide anything from zone heating to whole-house heating, depending on your home’s design and size of the stove.

Gas stoves are an easy way to turn any room in your home into the most comfortable place in the house. Starting from scratch, you can add a  stove almost anywhere, creating a cozy retreat.

Gas appliances are clean, low maintenance and offer a realistic fire instantaneously. They don’t require electricity and can operate off a remote control or wall thermostat. Liquid propane is an alternative where natural gas isn’t available and both fuels are convenient and economical to operate. They are also more versatile than their wood burning counterparts when it comes to venting options. Explore the possibilities!

Pellet Stoves

If you are considering a coal stove , and want to use it as a primary heat source, and you have anthracite coal  in your area , then coal is certainly the way to go.   They run with rice coal, feed themselves automatically, attach to a thermostat for easy heat control and conservation of coal, and you only need to clean out the ashes once every other day, give or take. The mess is minimal, and is greatly overstated by most.  Choices include gravity fed using nut and pea coal or stokers using rice coal.
Basically, for a consistent heat source with little tending, unlike wood stoves, coal is the way to go. Some models have  optional air duct on top to port the air into the first floor of the house, or a coal boiler in the basement plumbed into  hot water/forced air system.

Gas Stoves

For those who want an alternative to fluctuating energy costs or just want to warm up a cold room, pellet stoves  provide a green way to stay cozy in our harsh New England weather. Pellets are made using wood waste from the lumber and furniture industries that used to be discarded in landfills. Dead trees are also harvested to make pellets—with new trees planted in their place—making pellets a truly renewable energy source.

Versatile venting options make installations easy. Freestanding pellet stoves come in various sizes and heating capacities and are often used for zone heating. There is something for everyone as styles vary from traditional to contemporary.

Coal Stoves


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