CROWN ROYAL STOVES BLOG

 

  • Shutting Down your Crown Royal Stove Outdoor Wood Furnace for the Season

    Spring is here and even though it may not quite feel that way yet, it’s time to start thinking about shutting off the heat for the season. Or maybe you have already done so, depending on the climate in your area. Either way, preparing for the end of heating season is not as easy as pushing a button or turning a switch for those of us who use an outdoor wood furnace to heat our homes.   Read More...

  • What You Need To Know About Water Treatment for Your Wood Boiler

    Outdoor wood boilers offer an alternative heat source that is appealing to many homeowners looking to save money on heating costs. The investment can save you thousands, but it is important to know what you can do to ensure the longevity of the system. If maintained properly, a wood boiler can last 20 years or more and give you a return on your investment many times over.One of the most important and often overlooked steps to maintaining a wood boiler is treating the water that flows through the...  Read More...

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    Heating a Greenhouse with an Outdoor Furnace

    Whether you are operating a small backyard greenhouse or a large hydroponics system, heat is an essential element in the growing process. Although not all plants require tropical conditions, you will want to keep enough heat in your buildings to prevent frost and ensure the health of your crop. Heating your greenhouse using an outdoor furnace is a reliable and affordable option for many greenhouse operations.When choosing a heating system for your greenhouse, there are many factors that must be ...  Read More...

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    How Gasification Works - Outdoor Wood Gasification Furnace

    Gasification has been around for decades, and with the use of our equipped outdoor wood furnace, it is now the most efficient way to heat your home. The combination of high temperatures, wood and very little air create exhaust gases inside the main firebox. These exhaust gases get forced underneath the wood fire into the secondary combustion chamber and burn at temperatures up to 2,300°F and 99% fuel combustion.This heat is then transferred to the heat exchanger tubes which are strategically...  Read More...

  • Why should you heat your home or business with an outdoor coal boiler?

    Coal is a cost effective heat source that gives the highest heat output (BTU) than any other fuel and it is a readily available, cheap fuel for many people. If burning a high quality type of coal (either anthracite or bituminous) it is a very clean burning fuel. The two types of coal we recommend burning in your outdoor coal boiler are: Anthracite: also known as hard coal. The highest quality of coal.   Read More...

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