The BZ Blog

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In this Blog you will find stories, facts, fun, and without a doubt, some craziness for topics that will surely entertain. Just about anything goes here so long as it’s positive, informative or entertaining. Comments and conversation are welcomed!


Enclose your woodstove? See how this couple did it.

By Wood Burner Pro | October 14, 2017 | 0
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woman standing in front of custom wood stove frame

Take a look at what Cindy and Gary from Robesonia, PA have done with their woodstove. They built a custom sheet metal enclosure around the stove to capture and direct the heat to flow exactly where and when they need it. No more waiting for the entire downstairs to fill […]

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This large copper dome oven burns wood to make designer pizza and desserts too!

By Wood Burner Pro | October 14, 2017 | 0
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outdoors wood burning copper oven

Wood-fired pizza! There’s nothing like the taste of pizza that was baked using firewood. If you ever get the chance to visit the Finger Lakes in New York State, be sure to stop by The Copper Oven at Cayuga Ridge Estate Winery to try some of their wood-fired pizza (their […]

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With three separate wood burning stoves on his property this guy has a unique way of storing his firewood supply

By Wood Burner Pro | October 14, 2017 | 0
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split wood stacked on pallets ready for burning

Harold and his very unique way Harold from Mohrsville, PA is storing his wood in a very unique way. Take a look at the pics below and you will have to agree that his wood storage is very distinct in that he stacks the logs on wooden pallets, held together […]

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Is it safe to stack firewood this high?

By Wood Burner Pro | October 14, 2017 | 0
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man reaching with arm alongside large stacked firewood pile

Why did I stack firewood so high? I had purchased a steeI structure specifically for housing my wood supply so as you would expect, I was trying to store as much wood as possible under one roof using the limited space. Since the roof supports were about 8’ off the […]

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