How to Winterize a Hardy Wood Stove
To properly winterize a Hardy wood stove, there are a few steps you can take. First, you should check your roof. You should inspect your roof for missing or damaged shingles. These are ideal areas for snow accumulation. Once the snow melts, they will become an easy place for water to collect and damage your property. Also, check attic vents for leaks. If these areas are clogged with snow, you should get them fixed or replaced.
A Hardy Fan Coil Unit is also available for older homes that don’t have ductwork. This device will connect to an existing boiler or heating system. Once connected, a circulating pump will supply hot water through the furnace. A blower will then circulate warm air through your house. Alternativly, you could use an old furnace to provide backup heating.