Are Woodstock stoves highly sensitive to moisture?

Hardrockmaple Posted By Hardrockmaple, Mar 30, 2013 at 3:20 PM

  1. begreen

    Mooderator 2.
    Staff Member

    Nov 18, 2005
    South Puget Sound, WA
    Sounds like your wood drying is ok hardrock. There might be some room for improvement, but in fact it's not too different from ours. With birch, big leaf maple and alder I am burning it after 2 yrs, split and stacked if I'm lucky, but often it is 1 yr. Storing it in a dehumidified basement near the stove to further dry it out has to be better than our outdoor, 100% humidity stacks, even if they are under cover.

    To get back to your original question, personally I think your wood would burn fine in a Fireview. If not fully seasoned you won't see the maximum heat output, but it should be ok. If you are considering upgrading to one, their 6 month return policy should provide good peace of mind. Give them a call if you have any questions about what they'll burn. They have a good support line.
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  2. Bub381

    Minister of Fire 2.

    Feb 4, 2011
    Mid-coast Maine
    Burn and learn like we all do.Burn and learn.

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