Rebecca and Kyle Emerson were thrilled to buy their Hardwick home four years ago. But in addition to beautiful forest views, they inherited an old outdoor wood boiler as their primary heating source. During winter months they had to duck outside two to three times a day to feed more cord wood into the boiler, including a final trip around midnight. Still, the house was always cold.
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Low-Carbon Fuel Keeps Hardwick Family Warm
We looked at different options but knew we wanted to go with a central wood pellet boiler. It was carbon-neutral and a top-of-the-line product, but it was also the best all-around deal.Rebecca and Kyle Emerson