Get Paid to Trade Up to a Better Wood-Burning Stove

Older wood-burning stoves are usually manufactured during the 1900s. Of the roughly 10 million wood stoves in use today, between 70 and 80 percent are older, dirtier, and less efficient. Newer stoves can reduce smoke and dust while cutting on heating expenses. Since wood-burning stoves are currently approved for use by the Environmental Protection Agency, they not only save money but protect you and your family’s health. If you are heating your home with an outdated wood stove, now is a good time to upgrade. Here's how to trade up to a better wood-burning stove.

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