The Stove Shoppe offers all the great supplies that you need to stay warm this winter and on any other day of the year. Hudson, New Hampshire is a city with around 13,000 full-time residents, but this figure expands to more than 20,000 when you factor in those living on the outskirts of the town. No matter where you live in or around the city, you can find Hudson stoves and fireplaces that will help you stay as snug as a bug in a rug and as warm as possible when temperatures dip below freezing.
When looking at stoves, you need to consider type before looking at anything else. You can choose a wood stove, a pellet stove or a gas stove. Pellet stoves are a good option for those who want something that burns cleanly and anyone who does not want to use gas. These models rely on wood pellets that are on the small size. You can stock up on bags and boxes of these pellets and store the material in your home to keep the pellets dry during the long winter months. Wood stoves burn wood rather than pellets and can accommodate larger pieces of wood than a pellet stove can. You can even use chords of wood that you keep stocked outside. The Stove Shoppe offers a wide selection of gas stoves too.
Anyone who lives on or near the East Coast knows how powerful winter storms are. It’s possible that a storm can knock out your power for days or even weeks at a time. Having a traditional wood fireplace in your home lets you stay warm when you do not have electric power. These fireplaces work with the same wood that you would use in a standard fireplace. Adding more or less wood changes the amount of heat produced. You’ll also find fireplaces that run on either gas or electric. These models will work with the system that you already have in your home and can carry hot air to a second floor and to other areas.
Do you have a fireplace in your home that is so dirty you can no longer use it? Maybe it has a leak somewhere around the chimney that led to you closing it off. With inserts for Hudson fireplaces, you can make that fireplace functional and ready for the cold season. These inserts fit inside the fireplace and mimic the look of a roaring fire. Models that burn wood are available, but you’ll also find models that rely on gas or electricity. Knobs on the insert let you adjust the temperature to increase or decrease the warmth in your home. Most come with safety features too like a timer that shuts the insert off after a set period of time.
When you want to find the perfect fireplace, stove or insert for your Hudson home, turn to The Stove Shoppe to get help finding the right method for heating your home.