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People started using wood heaters many years ago, known more commonly as a wood stove. A wood heater/stove is a heating appliance that has come a long way, since the days of the cast iron wood stoves, at first they did not even have a blower to circulate the heat, and they burnt just wood and/or coal. While you can still purchase the traditional cast iron wood stoves, there are many more types available.

The 240 lb. Hopper Multi Fuel Furnace is able to burn corn, pellets and other fuels. The furnace has twin blowers to distribute the heat around your home. There are wood heaters that are in casings that do not get as hot as the cast iron heaters, making them the better choice for families with children who may bump into the stove. There are also wood burning fireplaces and wood burning fireplace inserts. If you want to burn wood there are many choices for you in wood heaters.

You can also get a Shelter Logic Firewood Seasoning Shed to store your wood in to keep it dry and out of the weather. Don't forget the accessories that you need to correctly hook up your wood heater, such as a Drolet Hot Air Plenum Kit - Eco-65 for a Pellet Heater, or the Drolet To the Ceiling 6" Black Pipe Kit to hook your heater up to the flue or chimney. It used to be the norm to heat with wood, but many people switched to different types of heat, however now more people are starting to turn to wood heaters to heat their homes once again. There are several types and brands to choose from and we offer a lot for you to choose from, and the accessories you need to get them hooked up and working in your home.