Wood Stoves In Milford NH | Wood Stove Installation & Service
Black Moose Chimney & Stove of Antrim, NH, installs free-standing wood heating stoves in Keene, NH, Amherst, NH, Merrimack, NH, Francestown, NH, Holderness, NH, Center Harbor, NH, and other south-central New Hampshire cities and towns.
When you want to add a primary heat source or zone-heating capabilities to your home, an efficient free-standing wood stove is an excellent way to do it. Some heating stoves by industry leaders Regency and Blaze King are powerful enough to heat large spaces, while other models are perfect for zone-heating in smaller rooms.
If you’re one of the many people who love real wood fires and their dancing flames and subtle aromas, it’s time to look into the many exciting benefits and advantages of today’s EPA-certified free-standing wood stoves.
You Can Place Wood Stoves Anywhere
Wood heating stoves can be placed against a wall, in the corner of a room or somewhere within the middle areas of a room. Based on the size of the room and the level of heat you want, you can determine the optimal placement for warmth and enjoyment.
Simple Vent System
Unlike traditional masonry fireplaces, modern wood heating stoves don’t require the construction of a chimney. They vent through their own simple vent pipes that can run through the ceiling or out a wall.
Regency and Blaze King free-standing wood stoves produce high levels of heat to keep you warm in the worst of our New Hampshire winters. Most models carry heat-efficiency ratings of 70% or 80% and more. This percentage tells you how much of the heat produced by the appliance stays in the home to be enjoyed by you and your family. Seventy percent and above is a lot of heat.
Excellent for Zone Heating
Cut down on your utility bills by adding an efficient wood stove to smaller rooms such as the kitchen, bedrooms, dens, workshops or even bathrooms. This allows you to heat only the rooms you want and not keep the central heat cranked on all the time.
Wood stoves on the market today must pass all Environmental Protection Agency requirements for clean burns and limited emissions. This is accomplished by advanced stove technology that allows for more complete and longer burns. Additionally, wood is a carbon-neutral fuel – when burned in a stove, it adds no more of a carbon footprint to the environment than it does when decomposing in a forest.
When thinking about a wood stove, don’t think about the old pot-bellied stoves of the past. Modern free-standing wood stoves come in an eclectic range of shapes, sizes and design styles, making it easy for you to enhance the elegance of any room.
Heat in the Storm
Should a storm cause a major power outage, you’ll enjoy consistent heat with a wood stove. No storm can stop wood from burning.
Wood Heating Stove Installation
The Black Moose team is happy to help you determine the ideal wood stove size and efficiency for your home. We’ll then expertly install your new stove in a way that is safe and compliant with the manufacturer’s specs and any local building or zoning codes.
Our installation technicians are certified through the Chimney Safety Institute of America, and our company is a member of the National Chimney Sweep Guild and the Northeast Association of Chimney & Hearth Professionals. You can count on our experience and technical know-how to do the job right the first time.
Black Moose Chimney & Stove serves the south central New Hampshire counties of Hillsborough, Cheshire, Merrimack, Sullivan and Western Belknap. Call us anytime at (603) 525-7905.