Yes. Not the best in the world, but if you have it, you can use it.
Of course. It's a myth that there are certain types of wood that you can't burn in a woodburner. Only make sure softwoods are well-seasoned. Holly will burn green and I have just filled my burner with green stuff cut down yesterday and it is burning well!
no no no
Yes: it is a relatively soft wood, so it may burn hot and fast.
Yes, for cooking and for heating. Wood stoves, oil stoves, gas stoves, and electric stoves.
friction made heat , this will burn the tree in forest
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Coal stoves, Wood stoves, Wood fires.
i my self am trying to find out
Yes Sears and Roebuck, wood burning stoves.
Less dense wood will burn fastest, such as balsa wood. In general, the faster a tree grows, the less dense the wood from that tree will be.
It is best to burn oak, maple, ash, or some other hardwood. What you are really after is something that has a lot of heat output and very little smoke. You can burn coal in a stove that is specifically designed for it - don't assume a wood stove is, because it can burn through the stove. Don't burn trash or plastic in a wood stove. --- According to the University of Idaho: "All wood stoves should have sturdy legs, providing at least 4 inches, and preferably 8 to 10 inches, of air space between stove bottom and floor. Glass windows in wood stoves should be special safety glass designed to withstand thermal shock. A stove designed to burn wood only should not be used to burn coal. Some stoves are designed to burn either. The excessive heat of coal will soon burn out the grate or bottom of a stove designed for wood only. Burn manufactured logs only in an open fireplace they contain wax that burns dangerously hot. "
One can find a wide range of multi-fuel stoves, the website also have different models of stoves that one can choose from. The stoves can be used in smoke control areas in the UK to burn wood.
The odor would be disagreeable.
Both. Harry Potter's wand is made of wood from a Holly tree and contains the tail of a Phoenix.
For New Zealand, it is the native Tree "Miro", followed closely by "Rata".
Like any other wood it should be dried to at least 80% and will burn just as well. If the wood is 'wet' or 'green' (meaning freshly cut) then it is not good for burning.
the name holly comes from the place holly wood which is in holly wood. also from a plant called the holly bush .
yes but it will burn faster than most wood and make sure its about 6 months old
In my area the best type of store for wood pellet stoves is a Fireplace shop.
Wood stoves can be cheaper to heat than other types of fuels, due to the costs of the fuels. Especially if you have access to wood on your property or free firewood, this can drastically reduce your fuel consumption costs. It is also self-sufficient. Other types of stoves may rely on electricity or gas that must be provided by a utility company, but wood stoves are fueled by wood that you provide yourself. Some people also like the the look of wood stoves better than modern stoves.
no it will catch a your house on fire