Can I burn pine in my fireplace?

Answer Pine is not recommended to burn in a fireplace. It is a soft wood and easy to split, but it burns hot and fast. Indoors, pine resin creates an overwhelming smell and tends to make the wood crackle.... Read More »

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Can you burn pine in a fireplace?

You can burn pine in a fireplace, but John Suermann of the U.S. Department of Energy does not recommend it. Resin in pine products causes them to burn hot and spit burning particles, while tar bypr... Read More »

Is it OK to Burn Pine in a Fireplace?

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Can I Burn Pine Cones in the Fireplace?

Homeowners with wood-burning fireplaces, especially if they use them to heat their homes in the winter, may sometimes wonder about the different types of wood or wood products they can burn in them... Read More »

Can you burn wood in a gas fireplace?

You can burn wood in a gas fireplace with a masonry flue, but you must disconnect the gas log set first. If the gas fireplace has a metal flue, then it is designed to burn with gas, and you should ... Read More »