Masonry in Soldotna, Alaska

Soldotna, AK Masonry

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Warming Up to Winter Northern Style, Soldotna, Alaska
Have you hugged your wood stove today?  Crazy right?  Not if you have a wood burning TULIKIVI® Soapstone Masonry Heater from Finland!  You can touch, rest your back on, or just plain hug these beautiful, efficient, more
What’s the Best Way to Burn Firewood?, Soldotna, Alaska
If you’re using firewood to keep warm, it’s important to burn it in the most efficient way possible.  In a laboratory, it is possible to get approximately 8660 BTUs per pound from wood fuel by burning perfectly dry wood (0% more
Soldotna, AK Masonry Businesses
Wood Heat Fire Stone, Heating, Green Energy Solutions, Masonry, Soldotna, Alaska
(907) 262-3106
While mother nature deals out high winds and freezing temperatures, heating your Alaskan home can be difficult. At Wood Heat Fire Stone in Soldotna, AK, they offer a unique heating solution for homeowners across the Kenai Peninsula. As a...
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Top 3 Reasons Clean Energy Is So Important, Soldotna, Alaska
Many people have heard scientists and experts state the critical role that clean energy plays in human health and the Earth’s environment. Yet, plenty of individuals still more
What Is a Masonry Stove?, Soldotna, Alaska
A masonry stove is used to warm interior spaces by burning wood and radiating the stored heat gradually over a long period. Unlike traditional fireplaces or metal wood stoves, the more
Understanding the Tulikivi® Soapstone Masonry Heater, Soldotna, Alaska
Few things create a sense of peace and contentment like a snug, cozy home. A soapstone heater is the best choice for long-lasting, radiant warmth. Wood Heat Fire Stone in Soldotna, more
The first stone masonry heater in Alaska?, Soldotna, Alaska
In December 1865, a 20 year old George Russell Adams served as the leader of the Yukon River team of the Western Union Telegraph Expedition in Alaska, to explore more
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