Wood Stoves Back in Vogue Ahead of Costly Winter

[Yahoo News] The traditional wood-burning stove, which had been relegated to the corners of antique shops and rustic cabins, has suddenly become a hot item as oil and natural gas get more and more expensive. Some consumers who do not relish the prospect of spending $1,500 or more on fuel to heat their homes this winter are turning back to the old standby pot-bellied stove — or its more modern equivalent, the wood pellet stove — as a way to stay warm for as little as a tenth the price. Read the full story at Yahoo News via the following link.
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