The wood is not all the same: the drier it is, the greater its ability to produce heat.
The best firewood you find on the market usually has a humidity rate of around 20%.
With Woody Fire we went further: thanks to Florian's long experience in drying, we produce even more efficient wood, with a humidity of 10-12% and therefore a much higher heat yield.
This means less wood consumption, less smoke and dirt and easier flue maintenance.
Thanks to its carbon footprint wood is a renewable and limitless natural source of energy.
Heating with wood requires one third of the consumption needed to heat up with fuel/diesel,
Heating using firewood allows you to reduce costs both for families and for industries
The wood fire creates a more enjoyable atmosphere in the house, where the stoves and fireplace are the real heart objects, representing very nice furnishing components
The spread of ecological awareness within society has
been a constant phenomenon already for some years:
far more than a mere transient trend, the topics of environmental sustainability have by now become part of the average consumer’s culture. A contribution to that is certainly made by the changed economic
scenario in which renewable sources of energy, such as fuel wood, are offered, as economically feasible and rational solutions, especially within a family context.
The ecological footprint is the value that calculates how many natural resources are needed to compensate for human activity.
Heating with wood has an optimal ecological footprint because burning the wood of a plant produces less co2 than that absorbed by the plant during its life.