26 May, 2010
Watch in lower quality
Wood makes a great fuel for heating your house as it's sustainable. Professor Julian Evans shows us his log pile and talks about the species of wood which burn well.
Comments are closed for this post.
Thanks – glad you enjoy the videos. Will pass your comment on to Julian
May 27, 2010
Professor Evans is very cool, a big thumbs up to him!
June 29, 2010
lets see you fill up and light your stove
May 28, 2011
@killie04 Thanks for watching and glad it helped. Keep watching Woodlands TV
November 7, 2011
Nice video but man-made global warming is a complete hoax.
March 11, 2012
nice vid , my middle finger to the rip off energy companys
October 22, 2012
Cedar is one of the lightest woods……and it produces the most heat per pound, good for starting a fire and good for a fast fire. The hard woods don't produce as much heat as the softwoods……….but they burn have a longer burn time……..so your not filling your stove as often. I would take a chainsaw and cut his pile where is rather then man handling the wood lots.
April 30, 2013
After a few months in the sun you can start burning……longer is sits the dryer it gets…….should have a cover on top of the wood to keep the rain. And for splitting the smaller your wood the faster it burns, so nice to have lots of wood that isn't split, as long as it fits into your stove.
I have started burning different types of pine here in N. New England and am having great success. Obviously it does not burn as long or as hot as hardwood but for free it is great and I have not seen any evidence of extra creosote after checking my chimney frequently. Just make sure it is dry just like hardwood.
December 14, 2014
1:42.It's a mini-saw horse!
December 27, 2015
A new book on encouraging biodiversity in your woodland.
Available free here »