This is such a great little heater, I've only just purchased this beauty, due to the cold nights we have been having. Once the sky starts the get dark outside, on the heater goes. With in moments my home is cosy and warm, children love it and so does my wife.
love my nero
Wood is becoming hard to get and quite expensive so we started looking at alternatives. We heard about a grain heater so i started to research them about 2 year ago. this year the powers that be have made it near impossible to go to river to collect fire wood, with next year the river being closed completely, so we took the plunge.. we havnt looked back.. we also have now installed one in my mums house. we manage to find wheat at $200 a tonne, i have been told we should go through about a tonne and a half. even collection of wood our selves we ...can't heat out house on $300 a year.. it takes a bit to learn how to use it.. the instruction book isn't very helpful that comes with it, but i have found quite a few tube videos that explain all i need to know. Also Darron from Cheapheat is very approachable and helpful on the phone. We had my mums shipped to us at last minitue before he went on holidays, Darron was great!!!.. We bought our first one from Dalesens in Kerang VIC, they to were very helpful, as we were traveling from NSW they made themselves available for us to pick up.. We have burnt wheat and corn since buying our heater, we find corn does give off more heat but is more expensive to buy, we also burnt popcorn as well with no problem, (we did have a few pop).. We find ours works great setting it on 22c, it keeps our house at a comfie temp.. cleaning and maintaining is simple and only takes minutes.. no dusty ash all over the room like the fire, no bring white ants home form river, takes less space to store wheat than wood, only takes minutes to light… Over all i think we have made a good investment… I'm impressed!!!!!
Cheap home Heating
Decided to try a multi fuel heater instead of a wood heater.
The fuel you can burn in this heater are:
crushed olive pits
fruit stones ...
Questions & Answers
I would love to get one of these heaters but am worried about finding fuel. I live in Aldinga Beach South Australia. There aren’t any big grain farms around here
Where do people buy their fuel from?
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