Fires burn before a stacked pile of logs

Wood Heat: A Practical Guide to Heating Your Home with Wood

by Andrew Jones Author

Burning wood is an old-school way to keep warm, but there are new technologies you can use to make it more efficient. Wood Heat is a comprehensive guide to using wood as a heat source. But as the old saying goes, using wood stoves will heat you up twice. Once when you're burning it and once when you're chopping it. Harvesting wood brings you closer to the land and makes you more connected to seasonal changes. Many, many other topics are included as well, such as building the perfect woodpile, energy content of wood varieties per air-dried cord (BTUs), chimney maintenance checklists, and much more. 

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