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EPA Certified Furnaces

Empyre Pro Series

Flex Fuel Series

AFS 900

AFS 1100

The traditional pot-bellied stove is a thing of the past – today’s wood stove models feature improved safety and efficiency. They produce almost no smoke, minimal ash, and require less firewood, They can be sized to heat a family room, a small cottage, or a full-sized home. The best choices are appliances labeled by the Underwriters’ Laboratories of Canada (ULC) or another testing and certification body for safety. They should also be certified to be low-emission according to EPA standards. While older uncertified stoves and fireplaces release 40 to 60 grams of smoke per hour; new EPA-certified stoves produce only 2 to 5 grams of smoke per hour.

EPA certified wood stoves burn more cleanly and efficiently, save you money, reduce the risk of fire, and improve air quality inside and outside your home.

EPA certified wood stoves come in different sizes:

Small stoves are suitable for heating a family room or a seasonal cottage. For larger homes with older central furnaces, consider “zone heating” a specific area of your home (family or living room) with a small stove. This can reduce fuel consumption, conserve energy and save you dollars while maintaining comfort.

Medium stoves are suitable for heating small houses, medium-sized energy-efficient houses, and cottages used in winter.

Large stoves are suitable for larger, open plan houses or older, leakier houses in colder climate zones.

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