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Tips for Winterizing Your Teepee

December 19, 2018 5:41 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Teepees have become popular features on properties across the American West. These fixtures of American Indian cultures have a lot of utility and convenience for people of all backgrounds. Of course, if you are looking to use your teepee all year round (including during the winter), it’s important that you know how to winterize it. Here’s some information about how you can winterize your teepee, from a company specializing in teepee poles in Utah: Choose the right site: The ground where you set up your teepee should be flat and level, with mowed grass and ground that drains well when... View Article

How to Protect Wood from Getting Water Damage

December 5, 2018 5:40 am Published by Leave your thoughts

There’s never a circumstance in which water damage is easy or enjoyable to deal with. This is especially true when you’re dealing with wooden items—depending on the type of water (was it mixed with sewage?) or the extent of the damage, you might end up having to do some significant structural repairs to your property if it sustains severe water damage. Different types of woods vary in their susceptibility to water damage, but all have at least some basic level of potential for damage. With this in mind, here are some tips from a wooden post supplier in Utah about... View Article

Tips for Removing Ashes from a Wood Stove

November 16, 2018 9:19 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

It’s becoming more and more popular to heat residential homes by burning firewood in a wood stove. This method is cost effective and simple, but buying wood from a firewood supplier in Utah and burning it clean are not the only steps involved in the wood burning process. It’s also important to know how to maintain your wood stove to keep your home safe and comfortable. One of the most frustrating parts of wood stove maintenance for homeowners is keeping it clean. Wood ash needs to be removed from the stove on a routine basis to provide the best possible... View Article

How to Season Firewood in Utah

November 2, 2018 9:19 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Burning firewood is an excellent way to heat your home this winter without driving up your utility costs. However, if this is your first winter heating your home with firewood, you’ll want to be sure you’re preparing it correctly. The best firewood to use in your wood-burning stove or fireplace is dried and seasoned. If you’re attempting to burn “green” or “wet” unseasoned wood, you’ll have a harder time getting the fire to light or produce the heating results you want. Green firewood is inexpensive and easy to season, but not a lot of people know how to do it... View Article

What Is the Difference Between Yurts and Teepees?

October 13, 2018 5:32 am Published by Leave your thoughts

In the event planning or tent industries, we frequently have customers who ask us about our selections of tents, yurts or teepees, but they often do not understand exactly which is which and what the differences between them are. They simply want a nice-looking structure that will look great and be practical enough for their event. This is totally understandable—you don’t need to have an extremely technical knowledge of these various types of structures, but it does help us to know exactly what it is you’re looking for so we can best serve you. Here’s a look at yurts and... View Article