Firewood or wood briquettes: which is less expensive?

Burning stuff in a wood stove with firewood is a unique experience. It buzzes, looks lovely, and generates a warm and inviting ambiance in the house. Is it, however, the most cost-effective mode of transportation for you? Whether you have recently purchased viimsi kütteladu, a wood-burning burner, or have had one for a long time, you have wondered aloud what type of fuel to use.

The type of fuel used to light a wood-burning burner depends on a variety of criteria. Wood briquettes are in it for some since they do not appear as nice in a wood basket as regular firewood. For some, possessing an inexpensive amount of energy is crucial. If you fall into the latter group, estimates show that wood briquettes are the best option.

Using wood briquettes is less expensive

Calculating which type of gasoline is the least expensive is challenging. But, according to the estimates, buying wood briquettes rather than firewood that has been chopped, divided, and piled will provide a four percent higher thermal efficiency.  

So, what’s the point of buying briquettes?

Although it may appear that a bundle of logs is less expensive than briquettes and so will conserve you cash, we must consider the burning duration. A regular log will burn for about an hour, while a briquette can burn for up to three hours. You’ll probably receive approximately 6-12 logs of various shapes and sizes in a package of wood.

 A standard size and 12 briquettes per pack are included in a briquette package. So a bag of logs can light for twelve to fifteen hours, while a box of briquettes can burn for up to thirty-six hours. It is three times the burn duration for a few kilos more, does this not seem more cost-efficient?

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