Biofuel is a cheap and environmentally friendly way

Heating with wood pellets or other biomass fuels can be a cheap and environmentally friendly way to heat your house, if you have an efficient furnace, and remember to heat currently. Even though burning wood or other biomass fuels is CO2 neutral, it is also a source of emission of harmful substances, in the form of particles and tar. For that reason, it is important to choose a plant that has a good and efficient combustion, heating with clean and dry fuel.

Biofuel systems are cheap to run

You can save a lot of money heating with s biofuel plant, for instance if you  switch from oil or natural gas. However, more work is associated with biofuel plants. it requires more storage space, refueling and maintenance. For the majority, heating with wood is associated with cosiness, when the flames are roaring and crackling in the stove. If you live close to other people, it's a good idea to ensure that neighbors are not bothered with smoke nuisance from the chimney.