Country Hearth Wood Stoves: Efficient, Easy, and Beautiful
Homeowners have many options for heating their homes, from wood-burning stoves to oil and gas furnaces or even a traditional fireplace. There are advantages and disadvantages to each of these methods, and often, it comes down to a matter of convenience and cost. For many, a Country Hearth wood stove is the top choice, providing efficient whole-home heating as well as ease of use. At Wood-Furnaces.net, we can help you get a new Country Hearth stove for your home at the best price around.
Choosing a Country Hearth Wood Stove
Millions of homes in the U.S. use heating oil or natural gas for their furnaces, but in many areas, the cost of using oil and natural gas has skyrocketed over the past few years, resulting in enormous bills just to stay warm once the weather turns cold. If you are searching for a low-cost way to keep your home toasty-warm, options like a Country Hearth wood stove might be a great alternative. But before you place an order for this heating option, you’ll want to consider three main factors:
- How efficiently a Country Hearth stove can heat your home
- How easy it is for you to buy online and operate
- How it looks, particularly if you have to install it somewhere in your main living area (rather than in a maintenance area or a basement)
Country Hearth Furnace and Stove Efficiency
One of the great benefits of a Country Hearth wood stove is its ability to efficiently heat a large residential area. If you are stuck with a traditional fireplace or a smaller stove, you may be suffering from cold rooms in your house or even considering purchasing another separate stove to supplement the one you already have. Instead, you should get a wood stove that has the ability to generate more than 100,000 BTUs, providing whole-home heating even if you have a home that is more than 2,000 square feet. If you prefer to purchase a new unit to heat just one smaller area, however, you can also get a smaller unit that can supplement an existing heating system. Either way, you will be saving money by not paying for higher-priced fuel sources with a Country Hearth stove.
Ease of Use of a Country Hearth Stove
The next most important thing you should look for is a quality unit that is easy to use. After all, models from the greatest wood stove brands can still be frustrating if it’s too hard to use them correctly to heat your space. Once you have it installed and are ready to go, a Country Hearth stove is very efficient at maintaining a steady temperature in your space. It includes a rheostat and thermodisc in order to regulate the flow of air and heat into the room and maintains a steady temperature without overheating or under-heating the room, so you won’t need to constantly fuss with it once you have it running. In many cases, you can also get a wall thermostat to use with your Country Hearth furnace to help you manage the temperature of your home.
Enjoy the Beauty of a Country Hearth Wood/Coal Furnace or Stove
If you are planning to have your wood stove in an area where it will be seen, you will also want something attractive. The Country Hearth models designed for living spaces are painted with a sleek black finish and operate very quietly and efficiently. The glass parts on the front allow you to see the flames as they burn and enjoy the beauty of the fire.
Country Hearth wood stoves are a great alternative to help you lower your home heating costs and help you stay warm this winter. If you’re looking for a change from your oil or gas furnace, take a look at how a traditional wood stove or Country Hearth wood/coal furnace can help. Order any of our Country Hearth wood stove units for sale today and snag a great deal. You can even get free shipping on qualifying orders!
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