Better Burning

Residential wood smoke is a major contributor to air pollution during the winter in the province of British Columbia.

While firewood is a locally abundant, “renewable” resource, allowing for a degree of resiliency and self sufficiency, wood stoves can have major impacts on local air quality, including the air in and around your home. A leading cause of neighbourhood particulate matter (PM), wood smoke negatively impacts the health of all people.

From trigger asthma attacks in children to exasperating chronic heart and lung conditions in the elderly, smoke exposure can impact the immune the systems of healthy people, making increasing their susceptibility to respiratory infections..

How to quit chimney smoking

Simple steps can be taken to reduce smoke from your chimney.
Learning to burn better, protects people, while also saving time and money. Increased efficiency means less wood is require to heat your home.

For more information

Check out our blog post on how to reduce chimney smoke