FAQ

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Smoke Control Areas

Smoke controlled areas mean that you can not burn Wood, unless you have a Defra approved Woodburning or Multifuel Stove. This means it has been passed by Defra for Burning Wood in these areas by reducing the controlability of the Air and the Efficiency.

How To Light A Fire

Fully open the Primary and Airwash controls. Place a firelighter or paper together with dry kindling wood on the grate and light the firelighter or paper. Leave the door slightly open as the fire establishes and the glass warms, avoiding the possible build up of condensation.

Choosing A Stove

There are many things to consider when choosing a stove. Quality issues are of course important and this is one of the reasons that What stove stove reviews should be useful.

Chimney & Flue Types

The type of chimney or flue you have usually dictates your choice of fire. To help you understand which fires are suitable for your home, please use the information on this page to identify your chimney.

What Size Of Stove Do I Need

There are many things to consider when choosing a stove. Quality issues are of course important and this is one of the reasons that What stove stove reviews should be useful.

Open for Business

Our showroom will be open by appointment only from Monday 1st June .to ensure our customers and staff are safe. Only one couple will be able to walk around our showroom at any given moment. Please call us or fill out the contact form on this site to book your appointment.

Tel - 01772 457484