Archive for January, 2013

Northern Indiana wood stove changout

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

CROWN POINT | Albert the Chimney Sweep is proud to be participating in the Northern Indiana Wood Stove Changeout program. Below is a quick overview. Call for a free estimate to see if your appliance qualifies for the program, or we can send you an …


City Administration Committee discusses wood smoke problems in the city – ithaca.com

Wednesday, January 30th, 2013
City Administration Committee discusses wood smoke problems in the city
ithaca.com
During public comment for the meeting, residents of South Hill spoke of respiratory issues caused by the smoke from a neighbor's wood stove and the difficulty encountered in trying to get a government agency's help with addressing the issue. Council

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Wood stove voucher program popular; Upgrades backed, but with red tape – Electric Light & Power

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013
Wood stove voucher program popular; Upgrades backed, but with red tape
Electric Light & Power
Since Dec. 27, residents from Barnstable to the Berkshires have gobbled up more than $1.1 million in vouchers from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center and the state Department of Energy Resources. Vouchers of $2,000 for income-eligible people and


Wood stove eyed in Orange blaze – The Recorder

Monday, January 28th, 2013
Wood stove eyed in Orange blaze
The Recorder
Wood stoves have been suspected or found to be the cause of several building fires recently, including the two-alarm fire Sunday afternoon in Northfield, the garage fire in Colrain Jan. 6 and another Orange house fire in late October. Annear

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Middleboro home a total loss after fire starts in wood stove – Taunton Daily Gazette

Monday, January 28th, 2013
Middleboro home a total loss after fire starts in wood stove
Taunton Daily Gazette
Fire Chief Lance Benjamino's preliminary investigation found the blaze at 170 Bedford St. started from excessive creosote and a dislodged wood stove pipe. “It appears the fire originated in the wall where the chimney from the wood stove penetrates the

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Middleboro home a total loss after fire starts in wood stove – Enterprise News

Monday, January 28th, 2013
Middleboro home a total loss after fire starts in wood stove
Enterprise News
Fire Chief Lance Benjamino's preliminary investigation found the blaze at 170 Bedford St. started from excessive creosote and a dislodged wood stove pipe. “It appears the fire originated in the wall where the chimney from the wood stove penetrates the

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Spark from wood or pellet stove could be what caused fatal fire – Boston News … – My Fox Boston

Monday, January 28th, 2013

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Spark from wood or pellet stove could be what caused fatal fire – Boston News
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Middleboro home a total loss after fire starts in wood stove – Wicked Local

Monday, January 28th, 2013
Middleboro home a total loss after fire starts in wood stove
Wicked Local
Fire Chief Lance Benjamino's preliminary investigation found the blaze at 170 Bedford St. started from excessive creosote and a dislodged wood stove pipe. “It appears the fire originated in the wall where the chimney from the wood stove penetrates the


Wood stove voucher program can save homeowners cash, but not without red tape

Monday, January 28th, 2013

Since Dec. 27, residents from Barnstable to the Berkshires have gobbled up more than $1.1 million in vouchers from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center and the state Department of Energy Resources. Vouchers of $2,000 for income-eligible people and $1,000 …


Wood stove voucher program can save homeowners cash, but not without red tape – Worcester Telegram

Monday, January 28th, 2013
Wood stove voucher program can save homeowners cash, but not without red tape
Worcester Telegram
Vouchers of $2,000 for income-eligible people and $1,000 for others were an incentive to replace inefficient wood stoves with those certified by the federal Environmental Protection Agency as burning cleaner and using less wood. The agency says today's

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