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Every customer needs their ideal log for heating: long or short, thick, thin, round, split, hard, soft, dry or fresh. We have different types of wood, the same is meeting your requirements.
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Why heat with wood
• wood has been burning for centuries
• is a natural renewable energy source
• burning wood does not produce greenhouse gases
• is the cheapest
• compared to other heat sources
• when stoking a man has more movement in winter
• The ash is low and is a great natural fertilizer
• Wood heat is more enjoyable: warmer, nicer, romantic, healthier and cheerful ...
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How to store firewood
By storing it correctly, you will invest in the purchase of wood. It is best to put the wood outside under the shelter (not in the cellar, not covered with a tarpaulin) on the grate without direct contact with the ground (about 10-15cm from the ground, as far away from the wall as possible). drafts. hotels | Store logs with bark down, split side up to better evaporate water from wood. When the wood dries, it balances its moisture with the air humidity. Fresh wood has a humidity of about 50%. Wood drying also depends on the thickness of the logs. The log with a splitting edge of 10 cm dries with suitable storage for 6 - 8 months to a humidity of about 20%, which is air-dry wood, thus suitable for heating. 25 cm thick logs dry up to 20% to 2 years humidity.
It is a good idea to leave the logs in a room where they are being heated so that they can heat up to the internal temperature and not unnecessarily cool the fireplace. Heat with dried wood, because under-dried creates a lot of smoke and pollutes the environment. hotels Wet wood needs a lot of air to burn, burns with a "cold" flame, heats the wood in a fireplace, not a room to feel good, hisses, tars and half of the energy goes through a chimney that gets clogged, smokes and neighbors .. p>