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  • Jul 22, 2015 11:05:34 AM 0


    Posted in Farm & Ranch News By Kirk

    Did you know that gas with ethanol can make small engines fail?

    The EPA has approved the use of 15 percent ethanol gasoline in vehicles made in 2001 and later.  However, the agency prohibits the use in mowers and small engines, stating that it may cause damage.

    According to Marv Klowak, global vice president of research and development for Briggs & Stratton, "Ethanol has inherent properties that can cause corrosion of metal parts, including carburetors, degradation of plastic and rubber components, harder starting, and reduced engine life."

    It is strongly encouraged that you use a fuel stabilizer to counter the negative effects of ethanol.

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  • Mar 6, 2015 10:51:00 AM 0


    Posted in Alternative Energy By Kendahl

    Q. I'm interested in propane wall heaters for my cabin.  What do you have that doesn't require power? How does it work?

    HomComfort DV8 Direct Vent Propane HeaterHomComfort Model DV8 - 7,500 BTU (pictured right) is the perfect heater to add soothing atmospheric warmth to your smaller-size rooms. The slim, compact design of each unit allows it to tuck out of the way on any outside wall. It uses no electricity and is ideal for bedrooms or studies since each unit vents directly to the outside. This wall furnace will add endless comfort to any application. An optional blower, however, does require electricity.  There are also models that feature an output of 13,000 BTU's & 21,000 BTU's.

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  • Mar 4, 2015 5:04:50 PM 0


    Posted in Stoves & Fireplaces By Norma

    I'm building a new house and need an insert. What does Axmen offer?

    Zero Clearance Fireplace Insert

    Inserts are actually used when you have an existing open wood burning fireplace. In new construction or homes built after the 1970's in  most cases what you are actually looking for is a zero clearance (ZC) fireplace.  This type of appliance is framed right into the wall, making it perfect for new construction or remodels.

    Check out our selection of zero clearance natural gas, propane, and wood burning fireplaces.

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