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A Cold Winter is Expected – Multi Fuel and Pellet Stoves For Better Heat

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, October 09, 2012
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Energy industry analysts consider the home heating season to be Oct. 1 through April 1. Home heating prices vary from fuel to fuel.

The real issue is the likelihood we’re in for a colder winter. Last winter was warmest winter we’ve ever had in many parts of the nation.

Homeowners shouldn’t expect two years in a row of record-breaking warmth. And while it is hard to put much stock in long-term forecasts, a developing, weak El Nino may offer clues to what the coming season holds. If it’s a weak El Nino, we get slightly more snowfall than normal and slightly cooler temperatures. More oil customers are signing up for budget oil plans in anticipation of higher heating bills. Prices for wood pellets are stable, while firewood prices are harder to gauge. The Energy Information Administration reported that propane stocks nationwide are 32% higher than they were at this time last year. Residential heating oil prices, as of August, stood at an average of $3.92 per gallon, about 10 cents higher than at the start of the 2011-12 heating season.

Alternative heat

The relatively high cost of propane and home heating oil has some residents considering supplemental heating like pellet stoves and multi-fuel stoves.

With pellet stoves and multi-fuel stoves, you can heat your entire home, or you can use pellet stoves to supplement the heat that you have.

Pellet and multi fuel stoves have the same or better heating energy as wood, and they are considerably cheaper than fuel oil or propane.

If you are looking for something more efficient, like mutli fuel and pellet stoves, contact St. Croix Stoves.

Biomass as a Fuel Source for Multi Fuel Stoves

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, October 02, 2012
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As we attempt to reduce our dependence on oil and other fossil fuels, Biomass is one of our renewable energy options. Biomass refers to organic materials which can be used as a fuel source in multi fuel stoves.

When thinking of biomass, people usually think of wood first, but wood is a small part of biomass fuel potential. Straws and grasses, animal waste, seeds and plants can also be used as biofuel. Anything that can burn and decompose can be used as a biofuel. Biofuel is not new, but with the increase in popularity of multi fuel stoves, concern about carbon footprints and as we watch our energy bills increase, homeowners have started thinking more about it as a viable option.

Different biomass fuels burn differently, but generally each biomass in a compressed form, such as pellets, has a similar heat value, meaning they generate the same heat. The variation comes from the various biomass burners, such as pellet stoves or inserts or multi fuel stoves which have variables that affect the way bio fuels burn, such as changes in ash content, air intake, and corrosive effects.

So how can we use biomass? Biomass is clean-burning and renewable energy. Based on what’s affordable and available, you can choose which fuel you’ll use to heat your home— in a responsible way.

Bio fuel, burns much more efficiently, is much more practical to transport, and dispensing or feeding the fuel into the appliance is easier and efficient as well. With a compressed and uniform material, the fuel can be used in automated combustion systems such as multi fuel stoves.

For more information on multi fuel stoves, contact St. Croix Stoves.

Multi-Fuel Stoves Are an Economical, Versatile and Attractive Way to Heat Your Home

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, August 29, 2012
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You want to heat your home in the most efficient and convenient way possible. That’s why at St. Croix Stoves, we think you will love our multi-fuel stoves. They’re built as a beautiful and alternative way to heat your entire home or to supplement your home heating system.

Multi Fuel stoves offer you the timeless beauty of traditional wood burning stoves, as well as the versatility of modern efficiency. You can burn any of six renewable fuels:

Wood pellets – Compacted sawdust. The byproducts from sawmills. Available in all regions.
Compacted distillers grain pellets – byproducts of the distillation process from brewers and ethanol plants. The availability varies by region.
Corn, wheat, rye – Staple crops that are widely available in the Midwest.
Cherry pits – Widely available in the Northwest & Northeast.

For you, this means efficiency, convenience and clean-burning, long-lasting fuel. Depending on where you live, you can find the most economical fuel option for your home, stove and lifestyle. Based on what’s affordable and available, you can choose which fuel you’ll use to heat your home in a responsible way.

Every fuel option for our multi-fuel stoves are clean-burning and renewable. But they are also easy to store, transport and use. For more information on multi-fuel stoves contact us.

Why St. Croix Pellet Stoves, Multi Fuel Stoves, and Furnaces?

Joseph Coupal - Monday, August 20, 2012
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In this weekly St. Croix Stoves blog you will find out about the latest in home heating with pellet stoves, and multi-fuel stoves and furnaces, as well as industry trends, and important home heating and incentive information.

St. Croix Stoves understands that heating your home is expensive. But it doesn’t have to be a job for utility companies. Our genuine pellet and multi-fuel stoves are built as heating alternatives and will cut down on your heating expenses. With St. Croix Stoves you will get the quality you deserve from a stove that works as hard as you do.

With a pellet stove or multi-fuel stove, you won’t just be investing in an alternative heating source. You’ll be investing in the confidence of a hardworking product that was built to last. Our strict manufacturing process and years of experience yield products you can trust.

We offer a strong knowledge base and proven expertise in the manufacturing of our pellet stoves, multi fuel stoves and furnaces. Our first priority is to always deliver the highest quality product at the best price; this is what you deserve and what you should expect.

We would like to share our extensive knowledge with this informative blog. We will be updating it regularly so please subscribe to our blog and stay up on the latest in efficient and beautiful home heating alternatives.


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