Go Green : Stay Warm : Live Small


Traditionally, wood stoves have been used to heat interiors in the coldest regions of the world. These high-efficiency stoves are low-emmisson and put out big heat. Burning wood is CO2 neutral, as the amount released is returned to the global cycle and is no more than the amount that would be released by the same wood decomposing naturally on the forest floor. Ideal for a winter home or weekend cabin, woodburning heat is a classic way to go green, stay warm and live small. The fuel is economical, ecological and renewable while also highly affordable for those unable to harvest their own wood. More so, burning wood puts us back in touch with the basics of life.