I bought a private house. It is heated with wood and I need to prepare it somehow. I haven't done this before do you have any tips?
Posted 09 July 2020 - 04:52 AM
I lived in a house that had fireplaces, though they were not the main heat source. store your wood in a cool, dry place (DRY is of importance here), have newspapers or other scrap pieces available at all times and never run out of matches and you should be fine.
ask the producer/person you buy your wood from, they should know! as for how to prepare it, I don't know what that would mean. oh and pellets sometimes works if it's not a fireplace type of situation. I'd ask maybe the previous owner.
sorry if you already know all this lol I just wanted to help in any way I could! congrats on the house!
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Posted 10 July 2020 - 12:37 AM
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