Hello, I would like to utilize an antique wood stove in a business to supplement the existing gas heat. I am open to using a newer wood burning stove rather than the antique stove, but believe the ambiance it imparts is significant. Of course the chimney, etc. to install the system would be new. Is there any information I can access about differences in air quality - a comparison between antique wood stoves, newer wood stoves, pellet stoves, gas stoves?
make sure your business landlord or insurance or bylaws will allow a wood stove there first before spending your money searching.
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