So that time of year again, 1st week of august and the maples are changing colors and you know the white stuff is coming. Been looking at getting my fuel for the winter and wondered if the eco bricks are good for 100% of my heating. I use 5 FACE cord a year. Right now I can get a ton of bricks for 235 bucks and read that's equal to 1 cord of wood. 1 cord is 3 face cord in my neck of the woods so if that's true I need 2 tons. Anyone with real knowledge of this chime in and set me straight if i'm wrong. My stove is the BK ashford 20.2 and this will be my 3rd heating season with it. I'd rather use bricks over wood but if my numbers are wrong i'd need way more bricks than I want to buy. I have zero wood right now so need to make a decision soon on my fuel. Anyone burning bricks for 100% of the season? thanks.