Ok, it’s summer, but it is the perfect time to evaluate your home heating for the winter. In the Northeast, Midwest and Mountain states, summer can be short, and before you know it, you are paying for heating oil bills again.
June is the perfect time to consider taking a look at multi fuel stoves and pellet stoves to heat your home this winter. Lower your heating bills or get off the grid entirely with pellet or multi- fuel stoves. Pellet heat is the most efficient and convenient way to heat your home or to supplement the heat in your home. Either way, pellet heat or multi-fuel heat is easier to budget and less expensive.
St. Croix Stoves, either pellet or multi-fuel, are a beautiful and alternative way to heat your entire home which is easier, cleaner and cheaper than oil. And, by buying now, you can avoid the wait on installation.
Pellet stoves burn wood pellets that are made from wood waste, a renewable resource. With Multi Fuel stoves you can burn any of six renewable fuels:
- wood pellets - Available in all regions.
- compacted distillers grain pellets – by products distillation. Availability is variable by region.
- corn, wheat, rye - Crops that are widely available in the Midwest.
- cherry pits - Widely available in the Northwest and Northeast.