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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 &..
When looking for the perfect stove for your home, there are many different factors to consider. Is it going to be a cost-effective option? Is it harmful to the environment? Does it require a lot of maintenance? Do you have space?As with anything, there are both pros and cons to having a wood burning stove or multi-fuel stove. To shorten your search we’ve collated a few pointers to help you make the right choice for your home.Wood Burner StoveA wood burning stove does just that – burns logs! It is usually built with a fixed grate and a flat base, this is because as the wood burns the ashes are ..
There’s nothing more comforting than sitting in front of a roaring fire on a chilly evening. However, to make sure that you’re fire is burning brightly and as it should be, it’s vital you a have a good wood to burn. When it comes to buying logs for your stove, there are many options available. However, nothing is more important than a good quality wood. We’ve put together a guide to ensure you pick the right, high-quality logs for your stove. Moisture Content The moisture content of your logs could be the difference between a smoky fire that will struggle to heat your home and a beautiful, cle..