Wood pellets are nearly carbon neutral because by burning wood pellets you are substituting combustion of the wood for the inevitable rotting of the wood that occurs when trees inevitably die. Combustion of wood pellets creates CO2, and rotting wood creates CO2 and methane, both of which cycle back into plants. The rest of the […]
Wood pellets are a logical step forward in the evolution of heating homes, schools, and businesses. They are produced in dozens of locations here in North America, and meet quality standards for low moisture content, size, durability, and energy content.
Because of this consistency, they are an excellent fuel for central heating systems that run automatically, […]
There are a lot of people who bought outdoor wood boilers in the past 10-15 years, and they’re now thinking about or needing to change boilers. Should they stick with an outdoor boiler, or switch to an indoor boiler?
They answer is most often: its much better off to switch to an indoor boiler.
First, an […]
The world of central heating with biomass is evolving quickly. Part of the change comes from the technology that has been developed to make these systems ever more clean and efficient. Change is also happening on the convenience front. Because of the relative consistency in size, moisture content, and energy content, pellets are well suited […]