Heating in harmony with nature
Think of the environment
Heating with wood only releases the quantity of CO2 that the tree removed from the atmosphere as it grew. Burning crude oil and natural gas, however, releases CO2 reserves that have been stored for millions of years into the atmosphere in great quantities.
This CO2 increases what is called the greenhouse effect. Wood also has additional advantages, for example, burning wood generates lower sulpher dioxide emissions compared to heating with fossil fuels.