Adirondack Stoves 
111 Nott Terrace 
Schenectady, NY 12308 
Ph. (518) 374-4723 
AALternative Heating:
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     Fireplaces & Inserts
HEARTH STONE GAS STOVEES
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Premeium Gas Crush Glass - Gems and Geo Rocks
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 ST CROIX PELLET AND MULTI FUEL STOVE
 NON Electric Gravity Feed Pellet Stove
 NON Electric Gravity Feed Pellet Stove
 COAL Clean Burning Stoves
 Coal Clean Burning Hand Fired Radiant StovesCOAL Clean Burning Gravity-Fed
    Radiant Stoves
COAL Warm Air Furnaces
XCOAL Automatic Boilers
 Pixel Stove Boards 
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Alternative fuels

Premium Grade Hardwood Pellets

  • By the bag or by multiple tons
  • Call for pricing
  • Clean burn, high heat, low ash

Anthracite Coal

  • Smokeless, high carbon, ultra high BTUs
  • Clean burn, 90% efficiency rate
  • Used for all automatic coal stoves, boilers and hot air furnaces

Bio Bricks
Pressed Brick Fuel

Bio Bricks Pressed Brick FuelOne ton of our BioBricks ® brings as much heat into your house as one cord of wood*. That's one 4'x4'x3' pallet of BioBricks replacing a 4'x4'x8' stack of cordwood. Like Wood Pellets, BioBricks are cheaper than fuel oil, less polluting and greenhouse gas neutral, recycling the C02 that the tree absorbed in its life. *(typical cordwood moisture content of 21%)

Your environmentally conscious, economical solution to winter heating

Did you know that a typical New England house burning fuel oil generates 5 tons of new green house gas per year???

BioBricks make for a cosy evening fire that can last for 6-8 hours per 40 lb pack.

Bio BrickFire Start: Build a teepee around newspaper or fire sticks & establish a strong bed of coals. This is the first step in firing any type of wood stove or fireplace.

Burning Bio Bricks in stoves with rear combustion chamber: Push coals into mouth with of rear combustion chamber covering it as much as 2/3rds. Build a wall of bricks in front of and over coals packing bricks as tight together and laying them as flat as possible. Stay behind fire irons with fuel. Stoke fire by leaving door cracked. Once fire is going well close damper to direct airflow through mouth of rear combustion chamber.

Building Bio Bricks in Catalytic stove or stove with combustion air tubes in firebox: Start teepee in firebox to establish strong bed of coals. Push coals to back corner of stove and build wall in front and over coal bed, laying bio bricks flat and tight together. Alternate stacking "BIO" insignia facing forward and sideways to further cut down on airflow through stack.

Always maintain some flame in the firebox. You need to burn the smoke (with flame) in order to extract heat from the wood. You should see little or no smoke in the chimney. NEVER OVERFILL!

    



 

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PELLET Stoves, Pellet Fireplace Inserts | COAL Clean Burning Stoves | COAL Warm Air Furnaces |  Electric Fireplaces
Keystoker COAL Boilers | WOOD Pellet Barbecue Grills  |  Europa Technology  |  Nestor Martin
Chimney Repair | Corn Stoves || Economic Stimulus Package |  Stove Boards  |  Chimney Liners
Wood & Gas Fire Baskets  |  Gas Line Installation / Gas Leak Detection
Alternate & Environmentally Friendly Heating | ABOUT Adirondack Stoves


Come in from the cold and visit the Adirondack Stoves Showroom!
111 Nott Terrace, Schenectady NY 12308
(518) 374-4723
Monday-Friday 9-5, Saturday by appointment only