Things to look for while buying a wood burning stove for tiny home

by Evans Walsh seo consultant

The wood burners have made their way into almost every modern tiny home today for their safety and improved functions. Needing comparatively lesser firewood and producing minimal or no smoke and ash, these stoves are indeed efficient from all the angles especially for homes that are made off the grid. Where older variants emitted 15 to 30gms of smoke an hour, there these new releases create only about 4.5gms of it per hour. The stoves, however, need to carry an EPA certification label. EPA is an independent Environmental Protection Agency of the American federal government endowed with a responsibility to protect the environment.

Here are some more insights that can help you buy a safe wood stove of your choice.

How to buy a wood stove for your small house?

Check the emission standards

Some manufacturers have started using better combustion technologies in their products to lower the rate of emission to 1 to 4 gm per hour. As per EPA, the certified limit is 4.5 gm per hour. So, when you explore the different editions, first try to find out the EPA label on it. A certified model means it is cleaner and more efficient.

Select the right type of wood burner

In stores, you will come across catalytic and non-catalytic wood stoves. Both these function a bit differently. While a non-catalytic wood stove is most common in the market, the other one, which is high-end and a tad complicated attracts technology-savvy people who don't mind performing a regular maintenance task to keep it in good health.

Further, catalytic stoves feature a honeycomb-like shape made of ceramic catalysts to filter the smoke. These models produce very less gas and particles, thus emitting a significantly less amount of pollutants. The non-catalytic editions, on the other hand, come with a longer interior baffle to exhaust gas and fumes. The more time it takes in combusting, the more gasses and particles it can exhaust. You would need to change the baffle and some other parts of this model on time to avoid any significant damage to your heater.

Choose the perfect size for your space

Buying a wooden stove for a tiny house means you need to be careful about the size. For small dwellings with lesser space, you would not want to buy something that produces so much heat that you feel roasted. So, look for the more minor variants. It should work for you. It is likely to be cheaper too. The medium and large-sized models also are meant for bigger spaces. Don’t go for them.

No matter what you need, a tiny house wood stove or something else, make sure to consult a seasoned hearth retailing professionals beforehand. They can tell you in-depth about all the features of these products. Another thing is, carry a detailed floor plan of your house while meeting the retailer. He will be able to guide you better with these details. After all, you don’t want to spend your winters in shivers and chills.



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