We all know that the Ozarks can often offer up a harsh winter, and that adequate, reliable heating is always a necessity. Luckily, heating is often a simple process. It's as easy as lighting fire to ones home. Though just like the aforementioned example, it can be a costly one. Through the years we have experienced a pretty wide swing in the prices involved in producing heat. At one time it was common wisdom that natural gas and propane were the way to go, and that electricity was the more costly option. In today's marketplace this is not necessarily the case. However, the traditional use of electricity, while cheap, is a terribly inefficient way to heat ones home, and can render a household frozen in a blackout. To overcome this insecurity there are technologies besides resistive heating that are mitigating this aspect. In fact, right here in the Ozarks, is being produced convenient and economical units that take advantage of these new technologies.

Electrical/Infrared units (Produced in Stone County)

Wood Heat:
By far our favorite form of heating is that of old fashioned wood heat. Whether around a campfire or old stove the romantic and simple properties of wood heat provides a timeless experience. We were always told that there were three heats to wood; once when you cut it, once when you stack it and once when you burn it. There in may lie the rub for some of us, it is labor intensive and time consuming to cut. If you don't happen to be the type of fellow to enjoy that sort of thing there may be better alternatives. For those of us backwoods types who find cutting wood in our blood there is a wide variety of ways to use it for all sorts of heating applications.

Solar Thermal
Not too far away from our little planet lies in the center of our solar system an immense nuclear reactor. The energies at the surface of the sun are enough to boggle the mind and warm the Earth. Solar Thermal technologies allow us to properly and efficiently capture, store, and distribute this energy as we need it. We currently offer a variety of ways to allow you to utilize this reliable, clean, renewable resource.

Hydronic, Pneumatic, and Passive Design.

Hydronic capture is the most efficient way to capture the solar heat which rains down on any amount of surface. With fail safe, freeze protected designs we allow for a heat transfer fluid, primarily water, to circulate in specialized collectors and back down to a storage unit where the heat is kept and utilized as needed.

Pneumatic Designs enhance the passive features of a given surface, by actively forcing air through gather collectors and work towards the direct heating of a given environment.

Hydronic; Radiant, and Active Assisted. These refer to the different ways that we can utilized stored heat energy and transfer it around a desired area to reach a certain desired effect. The movement of the heat is done hydronicly, that is, through the use of some fluid, primarily water. Where upon its arrival can be disbursed as the conditions seem fit. Usually by active circulating radiant heat or by forced air assisted systems usually couple to a home or buildings central conditioning unit.

Glycerin based heat for Bio Diesel Producers