masonry stove





1/30/2013
A description about something unique - a wood burning masonry kitchen stove.
12/21/2009
With the economy still in recession, more American families are eating at home rather than eating out, but most aren’t making hearty, traditional meals on the stovetop or in the oven. They’re nuking. 
12/14/2007
When it's cold outside, who doesn't love a cozy fireplace or woodstove? Wood heat is a comfortable way to warm your home, and there are many reasons it's a practical choice, too.
7/18/2013
The "Jøtul Changeout Program" offers a voucher for a new EPA-certified wood stove in exchange for an outdated and non-EPA-certified model.
4/30/2009
You can make this tandoori oven with parts from your local hardware store.
3/30/2009
Burning driftwood in a stove produces dioxin, a hazardous pollutant. Here's why that happens, and what you should know.
10/27/2011
The Efel line of woodstoves, crafted in Belgium, is now available exclusively from Lehman's in Kidron, Ohio
12/3/2014
How to build a small and super-efficient masonry heater out of fire bricks.
2/20/2009
Check out these small stoves for cooking, heat and making biochar!
1/8/2014
There is hard work homesteading in the mountains and the weather dictates much of those challenges.
4/8/2014
Unforgettable Fire's Kimberly and Katydid wood stoves are heating solutions for any and all spaces.
1/16/2013
WiseWay Pellet Stove is the first and only EPA-certified and UL-listed non-electric pellet stove on the market today. This pellet stove eliminates the need for electricity by using a gravity-feed natural draft to accomplish a high efficiency rating of 75 percent. It’s capable of heating up to 2,000 square feet and able to hold a fire up to 31 hours on a 40-pound bag of pellets. The stove is also mobile home approved.  
7/22/2008
If you're considering purchasing a pellet or corn stove to save money on your heating bills this winter, here are some issues to think about before making that investment.
2/17/2012
A brief description of our experience with a masonry heater.
5/6/2011
Wood stove considerations that should be considered before you purchase a stove.
10/30/2012
Find out whether a wood pellet stove is right for you, and discover the best stove to buy.
1/18/2010
Do you have a woodstove or pellet stove at home? We’d like to hear more about your experiences with woodstoves and any tips you may have for heating with wood.
11/21/2013
Although forced air is the most common form of home heat in North America it is far from ideal. This article explains why Building Biology regards the masonry heater as the ultimate heating system for health, comfort and ecology.
4/26/2013
How we built a cob oven and rocket stove hybrid.
11/29/2013
Learn how to build a simple, dual-burner rocket stove using recycled materials from your homestead, garden or workshop.
10/27/2010
Traditional Appliances Make a Comeback
10/28/2010
The EcoAire is designed to be installed in much the same fashion as a window air conditioner and just as easily.
12/19/2011
Our good and bad decisions on selecting a dealer and a wood stove.
11/18/2011
Steve explains how one practical guy invented a way to burn pellets efficiently without an expensive pellet stove
1/27/2012
Baking the Great American Apple Pie chases away the blues and grays that sometimes afflict the homestead.




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