Hello! Hope You're
'Weathering the Storms'
of this Wild Winter!
In this issue...
Don't Get Burned When Purchasing Cordwood!
In our last newsletter - at the end of 2010 (we told you they'd be 'occasional') - we mentioned an article that discusses getting what you pay for if you decide to purchase your cordwood.
If you missed the article, you can view it here:
Click Here to check out the article "Firewood buyers can get burned by too-small cords."
After that newsletter, we heard from Jeremy Condie, who had this to say:
I noticed you linked your website to the cord of wood article in a recent USAToday. My firm has recently written a simple but powerful iPhone/iPad app called Cord Of Wood to help stove owners be sure they are getting the amount of wood they pay for. It's on the AppStore and is quite popular. Please feel free to mention it to clients & suppliers. Suggestions for improvement are appreciated."
Pretty neat, isn't it? We've gone 'viral!'
What's Up With this Weather?
At the time of this writing, the headline on Drudge is screaming "STORM FOR 2,100 MILES." That unbelievable statement links to weather.com
as if Drudge is saying: "I know, I didn't believe it either." The Weather Channel is saying that "100 million people will be impacted by this storm." Wow.
And if you're one of our customers, chances are you're either in or near the path of the storm, so please BE CAREFUL as you prepare and 'hunker down.'
If you're not near the storm (we're fortunate enough to be out of the line of fire here), you can check out this video
from Oklahoma City of the first blast of this system.
We're dead in the middle of the "meat" of our busy season, and it has been a busy year for our parts store! Thousands of packages have shipped already this season, and more are sure to follow - I suppose that's inevitable when you realize that some of our stoves have been in circulation for more than 35 years, but try telling that to our UPS man!
Keep in mind that, if you know which part you need, you can purchase it online from our Online Parts Store, saving you the time of making a phone call.
Also, if you have any technical issues, product questions or need other information, feel free to email us anytime. We do try to answer all emails within one business day.
Finally, if you're having any problems with your stove, you may find the help you need by trying our Click-through Troubleshooting Guide.
AS ALWAYS, we do thank you for your business!
2011 should be an interesting year for everyone, including England's Stove Works.
Be on the lookout for new product offerings as we continue to develop the best in pellet, multi-fuel and wood stoves. We'll try to get you the latest information, throughout the year.
If you haven't done so yet, please take a moment to click on the Facebook and/or Twitter links in the right-hand column and "friend us up." We don't send out numerous updates, but we'd like to keep in touch as the year moves forward.