Did you ever consider that maybe you should go green with wood pellets and stoves? Many people have thought about doing the same thing. Some went ahead and did it. Some never did their homework to obtain additional info and for that reason didn’t know enough to make a serious start.
Let’s not get stuck in the negatives before we even start here. We ought to think and be more analytical. Let’s look at the Pros along with the Cons about how exactly we could go green with wood pellets and stoves and consider them.
First of all, for the “Pro” side, I would explain that Wood pellets are a low carbon or even carbon natural form of home heating. Very well, I acknowledge your objection, on the “Con” side, and I agree that you have a valid point as you say Wood pellet may appear like a heating option which would require more work than an oil system for example. But I would like to additionally mention that using wood pellets is very low maintenance, and only requires a few minutes attention a day.
Secondly, you really should consider that the price you are currently paying for oil for most people are unaffordable, and that are struggling to heat their homes and businesses. And, in addition to that, Oil and gas heating solutions are damaging the environment with carbon emissions, which are raising the global climate Plus, even better, With oil and gas we are dependant on foreign states such as Russia and the Middle East for energy, where wood pellets can be made locally.
Third and ultimately, you’ll get Local benefits such as more jobs and increases local tax revenue from supporting local wood pellet production. Which will result in Lower local unemployment at a time when many people cannot find a job. And, in addition, on top of that, you are supporting long-term jobs, as energy is a constant demand product!
When you have had an opportunity to review the reasons, and give thought to them, you’ll see that a very good case can be made in support of go green with wood pellets and stoves.
So just consider that for a moment. An outstanding case has been made in favour. Imagine if you really could go green with wood pellets and stoves?