Multi-Fuel stoves are termed as stoves that give out heat through not so conservative modes as traditional stoves. Several years ago, the only choice for householders to generate heat from the stove was by using wood as a fuel. But, with the introduction of oil, gas and electricity, there are other options introduced by way of different fuels for use like elelctric stoves, fireplaces, gas stoves, tc. One can now use pellets, bio-diesel, corn and other similar products to generate heat for various reasons such as cooking, heating home and water.

Fuels for Multifuel Stoves

Multi fuel stoves, can burn a wide variety of fuels including wood pellets, corn, wheat, barley, sunflower seeds and cherry pits. And hence it's got that name. But the best fuels are coal and wood. Coal is always preferred as it's got a higher percentage of carbon and therefore would be able to burn completely. You could even use Peat which is also a form of coal - basically it's coal in its initial stages. If you choose to use wood, used as a woodburning stove, you need to make sure that it's completely dry as wood tends to collect moisture really fast which decreases the overall efficiency when you burn it. So, no matter what fuel you use, try to make sure that your home is well insulated as this would reduce the need of fuel and hence save you both time as well as money.

Styles of Multi-fuel Stoves

Multi-fuel stoves styles determines which fuels can be burned. If you want to place your stove in the main hall for heating the home, then you must choose some latest multi burning stove that is fascinating and useful. Latest designs and vibrant colors in stoves will add beauty to your home. Make sure whether it is shielded perfectly with nets to prevent damages to people and properties.