A cold winter is predicted for this year. Are you dreading the work involved with keeping your wood stove filled and the ashes cleaned? Why not consider a simpler, cleaner alternative to firewood? BIO BLOCKS offer the convenience we all need with busy schedules. They will provide the cozy heat we crave when the winter winds blow.

Advantages of Burning BIO BLOCKS

Burning BIO BLOCKS has so many advantages, it’s hard to choose my favorite! I really like that I don’t have to go out in the wet, cold weather for firewood. I’ve already had a fire in my wood stove several times this fall. It is so nice to have clean, dry wood in stock and ready to burn!

When I bring BIO BLOCK packs in the house, I’m grateful that I don’t have bugs, dirt and bark to contend with. I burn BIO BLOCKS 24/7 during the heating season.  We only clean ashes once or twice a year! Compared to traditional firewood, the cleanliness of BIO BLOCKS is a definite bonus!

Several factors play a role in the high BTU output. According to a University of Buffalo study, the consistent size, shape, and moisture content  (8.3%) make BIO BLOCKS an ideal source of fuel. Another factor, is the tight compression of each block. As a result of the hot burn, the chance of creosote build-up in chimneys is diminished. It is advisable, however, to have your chimney cleaned before the heating season.

Of course, cost is always a consideration before any purchase. When comparing one pallet of BIO BLOCKS to a competitor, or traditional firewood, there are a few things to keep in mind. One pallet of BIO BLOCKS is a full ton. (2,000 lbs.) Because BIO BLOCKS burns hotter, and more efficiently than firewood, it is equal to 1 1/2 cords of firewood.

Stock Up on BIO BLOCK Firewood

This is the time of year to stock up on BIO BLOCKS! Some customers purchase a few packs to store in the corner in case of a power outage. Others keep a few packs on hand to enjoy an occasional fire. If you are planning on using BIO BLOCKS to heat your home this winter, you may want to purchase an entire pallet.

Join the growing number of people who have discovered a new, efficient way to burn!

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