Burning Wood for Heat

Nov. 302022
By noblehouseseo | Blog, Building a Fire, Burning Wood for Heat, cooking wood, fire prevention month
Your beautiful and custom-made fireplace is only as good as the “premier firewood” you put into it. When you’re hosting friends or family for a Christmas party, having a beautiful and crackling fireplace can make everything feel just a little...
Sep. 262016
By Katie Conaway | Burning Wood for Heat
Nothing sounds better than sitting around a roaring fire on a chilly fall evening with friends and/or family. But, have you ever been consumed by smoke so thick that you ended up making an excuse to cut the night short,...
May. 312016
By Katie Conaway | Burning Wood for Heat, cooking wood, Firewood
Benefits Trump the Cost What is Kiln Dried Firewood? When a tree is cut down, the wood is considered too “green” to burn. Green wood usually does not burn well and produces a lot of smoke due to the high...
Jan. 72016
By Dede Mulligan | Burning Wood for Heat, cooking wood, fireplace, Uncategorized
  A Handy Firewood Checklist Whether you use firewood to heat your home, cook in your restaurant, or just have the occasional fire in your fireplace, it’s important to determine how much wood to have on hand. Follow these simple...
Jul. 282015
By Dede Mulligan | Burning Wood for Heat
Wood burning stoves have changed a lot in the past few decades, and with this change, many misconceptions have come along. I want to help clear things up and tell you the most common myths about these stoves. Myth: Burning...
Nov. 262013
By Premier Firewood Company | Burning Wood for Heat
As a homeowner, it’s important to make the right decisions for your home and your family, especially in today’s economic climate. One of the major debates that many homeowners have each winter is whether they should be using propane heat...