Multi-fuel stoves look similar to wood burning or pellet stoves. The fire is contained behind a glass door, and there is a flue or chimney for the smoke to escape. However, multi-fuel stoves, as the name suggests, can be used for burning different types of fuel and many people burn wood pellets as well as corn, cherry pits and wheat.
A oves are popular because the fuel they burn is renewable. The value in multi-fuel stove has the flexibility of enabling you to burn the fuel that is most affordable and available where you live.
Multi-fuel burners enable you to use pellets, cherry pits, corn and wheat which are more easily stored than wood and less expensive than natural gas.
They are attractive as wood stoves so they make a cozy romantic atmosphere.
Pellets do not need to be seasoned before it is ready to use.
For information on multi fuel stoves, contact St. Croix Stoves.