Wood cutting is a tough job but one that many folks enjoy. What’s better than being outside preparing a renewable source of energy to heat your home or shop; or simply cleaning up a downed tree to enjoy later sitting around the fire pit.
If you have been thinking you'd like to improve your home heating situation here's a guest blog post you will want to read. Adam Kutner is a heating and cooling professional with suggestions on ways to heat your home efficiently.
Today's guest post is from LeeAnn Brown one of our resident poultry lovers. She writes from experience about winterizing your chicken house or coop. I think you will enjoy her suggestions.
If you have always wanted the feel of wood heat but are stopped because of the complicated installation or labor intense wood cutting chores, think about a pellet stove. They are usually more expensive to purchase than wood stoves but their long term advantages far outweigh the initial costs.