What are the EPA and CSA standards? They regulate wood and pellet appliances' particulate emission rate in the United States and Canada. Find out more about the requirements applicable to your region.
Tips and tricks
EPA/CSA Standard: Everything You Need to Know for Wood Heating
How does the double combustion of an EPA appliance work?
How to calculate your heating area?
To correctly calculate the heating area and target the stoves that meet your needs, you must first calculate the theoretical area and then add a comfort margin to obtain the actual heating area.
How to choose the right wood stove?
Are you looking for the best wood stove and need help making an informed choice? Here are our recommendations to understand your needs and choose the right stove for you.
Why should I install my stove on a floor protection?
Unless your unit is already sitting on a non-combustible surface, it is mandatory for all wood-burning appliances to have floor protection underneath and around it.
Why does my wood stove's glass get sooty?
Is the glass of your wood stove getting excessively dirty? Here are 3 possible causes, and what you can do to fix it!
New By-Law - Quebec City
On April 19, 2021, Quebec City announced a new municipal by-law (RVQ 2954) that regulates the use of wood-burning appliances, with an aim to limit the emission of fine particles into the air.
Why should I install a blower on my stove?
Adding a blower to your wood stove helps move the air around the room and distribute the heat evenly