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Stoves Wood Coal Retail Terms to Know

Adding a small free standing stove can bring a very cozy feel to any home or business. A plethora of options exist. Each has unique benefits and requirements. Familiarity with common terminology about stoves and stove parts can make it easier to select the best suited option.

  • Stove Grate - Used for wood or coal burning stoves. These stoves and associated grates may be found as antiques or as new designs. They may be used to keep wood and coal above the ashes, allow for air flow under the fire. Grates may also be used as a cooking surface. Pots can be placed on top, or a grate may even be used like a grill. They are often made of cast iron.
  • Stove Lid Lifter - A tool used to lift the lid on a wood or coal stove. Some pots and cooking pans are designed to sit in the opening of the lid. This allows food to heat and cook faster, as the temperature is often hottest immediately above the flame.
  • Clean Out Door - A means of accessing the body of a stove for cleaning. Ashes can be removed through this door. These can also be used to add fuel to a burning fire.
  • Thermocouple - A component in many gas stoves. This part is made of two different metals that creates an electric charge when heated. This charge opens a valve, allowing gas to flow from the fuel source to the burner.
  • Pellet Stove - A stove which burns compressed pellets. The pellets may be made of wood or other biomass. Additional fuel is fed from a hopper. Once set, these stoves require relatively little adjustment to maintain a steady fire.
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    Foss Heating & Cooling
    333 E. Blackburn Rd., Suite A, Mount Vernon, WA 98273
    Foss Heating & Cooling is the trusted provider for heating, air conditioning, indoor air quality, water heater, gas piping and commercial HVAC services in Mount Vernon, WA and the surrounding area.
    (360) 336-1517
    Handy's Heating
    17737 State Route 536, Mount Vernon, WA 98273
    (800) 367-1359
    Richs for The Home
    16504 Highway 99 Ste 102, Lynnwood, WA 98037
    (425) 745-2749
    Chim-Chimney Fireplace Pool & Spa
    1604 N Wenatchee Ave, Wenatchee, WA 98801
    (509) 667-8833
    Barron Heating & Air Conditioning
    3302 Cedardale Rd Ste B100, Mount Vernon, WA 98274
    (360) 424-4962
    Country Homes Power
    16814 E Sprague Ave, Veradale, WA 99037
    (509) 927-2000
    Marr's Heating & Air Conditioning Inc
    1677 Mt Baker Hwy, Bellingham, WA 98226
    (360) 734-4455
    Tri-State Distributors Inc
    550 E 1st Ave, Spokane, WA 99202
    (509) 455-8300
    Mt Baker Fireplace
    1273 Sunset Ave, Bellingham, WA 98226
    (360) 384-3507
    Energy Source
    3503 W Clearwater Ave, Kennewick, WA 99336
    (509) 735-3592
    Chimney Sweep Inc The
    913 Harris Ave, Bellingham, WA 98225
    (360) 676-8585
    Heritage Fireplace Shop Inc
    4090 State Highway 16 W, Bremerton, WA 98312
    (360) 377-6655
    Sekiu Chimney Sweeps
    573 Po Box, Clallam Bay, WA 98326
    (360) 963-2864
    Monroe Fireplace & Stove
    19922 State Route 2, Monroe, WA 98272
    (360) 794-8024
    Alju Stove & Fireplace Shop
    550 Riverside Dr, Omak, WA 98841
    (509) 826-2736

    Wood stoves and coal products are still quite prominent in this day and age. Although many people now use electricity and gas to heat their residential homes and living spaces, a large number of individuals and families still utilize wood as a heating source. One advantage of coal and wood is that they both burn very hot, which produces a large amount of heat. These resources have been used for centuries now, and wood was actually the original heat source for humans, dating back thousands of years. There are a number of factors to consider when dealing with retail wood and coal products. For instance, are you going to cook food with the source of heat? Although some kitchen appliances run on gas, you cannot cook foods with a gas fireplace. Regardless of the heating source you choose, the goal is to achieve the right temperature in your home or office. Some stoves are crafted from iron and steel. They can run on wood, pellet materials, oil, and coal. You should first consider whether or not you are interested in an indoor or outdoor heating unit. While a certain antique wood stove and hearth may be ideal in a residential home, it may not work so well outdoors on a patio. It is important to size up your options prior to making any choices. If there is a retail store in your area that specializes in wood stoves and gas fireplaces, you should visit them in person to learn more about this industry. Ask questions about anything from portable grill units for camping, to stoves that burn coal.
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