Things To Consider When Buying A Stove

Tis the season for air to start getting crisper and leaves to start falling.  Recently, we’ve had quite a few people and request information on a wood burning stove so they can fight the winters chill, reduce fuel consumption, and be more energy and money efficient.  If you’re like one of our customers, then you probably know there are many models to choose from when buying a new stove and that you need to choose the right model to fit your heating needs.

Wood stoves come in many different sizes and can be sized to heat a single room or an entire home, depending on your preference.

– Small stoves:  Perfect for heating a family room, a minimally used bungalow, or specific area of your home that has been zoned for a stove.

– Medium stoves: Perfect for a winter bungalow, a small house, or a medium-sized house that is energy efficient.

– Large Stoves: Perfect for large, open concept houses and/or older, less energy efficient houses in colder climates.

Talking with an experienced hearth product retailers who know the performance characteristics of the products they sell is a good idea if you are interested in a wood stove.  To help the hearth product retailer, make sure to take along a floor plan of your home.  A knowledgeable retailer can help you find a wood or gas stove, a fireplace, a fireplace insert, or different hearth product that is recommended to heat your designated space.

Display Model (Gas) Stove at J & R Heating

Display Model (Gas) Stove at J & R Heating


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