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Heating Stoves

Every spring and fall, customers come to us needing assistant with maintenance on their direct vent, gas, pellet, and wood burning stoves. Our blog articles cover small crack repair on your heat stove as well as how to test if the door on your stove needs a new gasket or not. After all, it's important that your stove is operating at maximum efficiency and not experiencing heat loss. 

Most Popular Heating Stove Articles
  1. How to Test Your Wood Stove or Fireplace Gasket
  2. DIY Stove Repair: Fix Small Cracks On Your Heat Stove
  3. 8 Things You Need To Do To Prepare Your Home For Winter

If you still have questions after reading one of our blogs, leave a note in the comment section and our experts will get back to you as soon as possible. We also accept suggestions for future blogs so we can best help our customers and you. 

The heating season is winding down and you’re giving your wood or pellet stove its last thorough cleaning when – uh oh! You notice a small crack on the exterior housing. While this may seem alarming at first, it may not be as some of us my think. Take a deep breath and let’s evaluate the situation together.

Before Jack Frost stops by to nip at your nose, there are a few things you must do around the house to prepare for winter. This complete list covers both indoor and outdoor tasks that will help you save money and stay warm until the warm weather returns. Do these 8 things to prepare your home for winter:

It's always smart to test the efficiency of your wood stove or fireplace gasket every year.