It leaves the wood in gaseous form. For example, a basement stove may not safely use an outside air kit. The combination of low firebox temperatures due to high moisture content in the wood and low flue temperatures due to lack of insulation led to high levels of creosote accumulation. There are also stove models that can switch from wood fuel to oil or gas sources that are installed in the house to supply heat to a separate water boiler. Both hardwood and softwood have similar energy contents by mass, but not by volume. Correct air flow and ventilation are also critical to efficient and safe wood burning.
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