Can you burn Birch wood in the fireplace?
Birch is excellent fireplace wood.
quite good to burn indeed!
Birch is great firewood. It may not have the energy content of Oak, beech or maple but it burns without any popping and can be used frozen and even newly cut and frozen!
Check with Martin for an owner's manual. Unless a fireplace is specifically rated as multi-fuel, a gas fireplace cannot safely burn wood.
white birch is burnable. anonymous
Gas fireplaces are not intended to burn wood. A gas ASSISTED fireplace can burn either gas or wood. ONLY if that is the type you have should you try to burn wood. Be sure damper to the flue is open, and that wood is dry,
Yes, Bass guitars will burn just fine in your fireplace. Remember to remove strings, tuners, and pickups.
No, it is not safe to burn. It is toxic.
Yes, you can burn apple wood in a fireplace. It generates very little smoke and hotter than normal firewood. It is a good heat output with a small visible flame and ideal for wood-fire. It is a safely and efficiently burned in fireplace.
Pretty much an average wood. Not the best, not the worst. Will tend to burn quickly when compared to harwoods like oak, ash, or hickory. If you have it, you can use it, but there are better woods. However, in some areas, the good stuff is hard to find.
Birch is much better because the bark has oils in it that is a natural firestarter It also burns longer than spruce
No. It's illegal.
Its wood isn't it
Hardwoods are the best wood for fireplaces as they burn much longer than pine does. Ash, Oak, Maple, Birch, Beech, and Walnut are all good wood to burn producing med-high heat and little smoke and sparks. Cherry while it does not burn as well as some of the other hardwoods -it does produce a wonderful aroma. They need to be seasoned for at least a year before burning.
Wood pellets are intended to burn under a forced draft. They will not burn as well in a fireplace- why not use regular firewood? It is much less expensive than the wood pellets, and will burn as well in a fireplace. PS- a fireplace is a very poor choice for heating a home.
I do - smells lovely!
NO! Definatley not! just stick to regular fire wood
Yellow or Black Birch is very good firewood, high heat value, slow burn. White or Gray Birch is average- better than some, not as good as some.
The odor would be disagreeable.
Telephone poles and railroad ties.
it depends what type of fire place you have.
yes you can it's simple and easy to do it.
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Is there anything can appy to make pine wood burn in the fire place
Yes. Pine does not burn as long- quick, hot fire. Good for kindling.
If you can not burn wood in this fireplace, you can not convert to vent-free. If you have a vented fireplace w/ a damper you install vent-free logs and opt to vent them or not
no. you must have a flue that properly vents to the outside. you will burn your house down if you try to start a wood fire in a vent free fireplace.
No, it's very poisonous.
no it will catch a your house on fire
yes. i don't think so
NO - there are compounds in the combustibles which are higly allergenic.
no. It is very harsh. fire.
Yes. Not the best in the world, but if you have it, you can use it.
no, you'd better not, it may be harmful to you and your family!!
Green Wood Poor Draft In order for green wood to burn well, you first must have good coals from dead dry wood.
Yes, it is safe to burn sassafras and it is commonly burned in many locales.
Any soft wood will burn fast and may get too hot. Hedge will burn hot and throws a lot of sparks.
Yes it just does not burn well because its a rubbery plant, the denser the fire wood the better for fires generally
Not in a fireplace. It stinks too much. Wood stove okay, but don't pay a lot of money for it (if any.)
Hi, We live in Aylmer Quebec, and my question is about outdoor fireplace or firebox, can we burn wood?
Yes, it burns very hot. Many find the smell unpleasant, but it is as safe as any other wood to burn.
Depends- some as "gas assist"- a woodburning fireplace with gas jets- you can use either. Some are gas only- never meant to burn wood. Which do you have?
yes. just be sure it is seasoned (dried) properly. that goes for any wood.
Yes, but it makes a lot of sparks, have a firescreen in place.
No there's a high amount of cyanide in gasses released
Whenever you like. Fireplaces are used for social fires as well as heating.
remove burnt coal, replace with seasoned firewood The above will not work! If you've ever seen a coal fireplace you would realize it is MUCH smaller than a wood burning fireplace. It would require major changes, probably not possible. A normal fireplace will burn either coal or wood or a mixture of both. If the size of the logs is controlled then their is no need to adapt the hearth.
Cottonwood burns fast, with little odor when well dried.
Birch wood comes from a birch tree.
Yes you can! Maple is one of the better fire woods to burn. Just make sure it's dry & not green wood.
ya but the chemicals used in the staining process are toxic and flammable, so you might burn down your house, but you will be warm