An open fire creates a warm and cosy atmosphere and is exactly what you need in the colder months. However, when it comes to your stove and chimney, it is vital that is inspected and cleaned on a regular basis. This is because you want your stove to be working as it should be; efficient and safe for use in your home. We’ve put together a guide with everything you need to know about getting your chimney swept and stove serviced. How often should I get my chimney swept?When it comes to how often you should get your chimney swept, it heavily depends on your what kind of fuel is used, as well a..
Wood burning stoves have been hitting the headlines recently with many contradictory reports regarding a possible ban. So, what’s the truth? Earlier this year, a Clean Air Strategy was published by Michael Gove, which aims to clamp down on all sources of pollution and bring in tougher regulations on household wood burners and fires. The Clean Air Strategy is intended to cut the cost of air pollution to the society by £1 billion a year by 2020 and by £2.5bn a year by 2030. Although Mayor Sadiq Khan has been widely misquoted, the plan isn’t to ban them and the Department for Environment, Food &..