What is the best wood for heating?

What is the best wood for heating?

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Answer: hardwoods have the best qualities for heating.

Wood heating, renewable energy par excellence, is increasingly popular. But which wood to choose exactly? All wood species have their own characteristics. Preferably, it is better to use hard woods which have higher calorific qualities: they produce more heat and burn more slowly. The best types of wood are undoubtedly oak, hornbeam, maple and ash! But we can also mention the chestnut, acacia, birch, poplar or pine. These are not as effective, but will do the trick. Note, some types of wood cause volatile ash when burning, so burn your wood in an insert rather than in an open fireplace if possible. At the time of purchase, make sure that the wood has been split dry, otherwise you will have difficulty in lighting ... You too, send us your brico question


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