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Wood-Burning Heater

Why use a wood-burning heater:

A wood-burning heater builds on the idea of having a natural fireplace. Wood-burning space heaters are also sometimes called wood-burning stoves. This is an economical way of heating a localized space. With improvements in home insulation, it has now become possible for a wood-burning stove to heat an entire room if it is centrally located in the house. These stoves can easily heat one or two rooms. Coupled with a wood-burning stove blower, the warm air generated by the stove can be circulated within the house. Wood stove blowers also have an added advantage of being able to create a chimney draft that sucks up the soot generated by burning wood out of the house.