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How to choose the right gas fire for your home

How to choose the right gas fire for your home

If you are looking for a heat source that is the focal point of your home at the push of a button then a gas fire is a good option. But, which one? Here we give an overview of some of the key points to think about before having a gas fire installed.

1. Do you have gas?

Before you choose..

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Time to close that open fire – and replace it with an EcoDesign wood burner

Time to close that open fire – and replace it with an EcoDesign wood burner

New generation wood burning stoves are now so clean and efficient. Not only can you clearly see the flames, but the radiant heat comes straight at you. It looks and feels just like an open fire.
Whilst traditional open fires do allow you to see the flames, they have now been identified as a..

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Multi-fuel or wood burning stove?

Multi-fuel or wood burning stove?

Multi-fuel stoves can burn wood, smokeless fuel and coal and there are some differences in the way these fuels burn. Not all multi-fuel stoves are optimised for burning all fuels with equal efficiency.
To burn efficiently, coal needs air to reach it from below. Multi-fuel stoves have a grate..

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Contura 310

Contura 310

Also, Contura is a leading Scandinavian manufacturer of wood burners.  The Contura 310 is a contemporary style, typically Scandi, wood burning stove and suits a free-standing installation.  These amazing contemporary designs look so good and burn so well. As you might expect from the country that..

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10 things you can do with wood ash from your wood burning stove

10 things you can do with wood ash from your wood burning stove

Wood burns better on a bed of ash as it helps combustion of the new wood so no need to empty everyday. However, now and again you will need to empty the ash (how often depends on how often you burn your wood burner.) Take the top layer away and rather than throwing it in the bin, why not try some..

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Gas fired wood burner – the look of a wood burner with the convenience of gas

Gas fired wood burner – the look of a wood burner with the convenience of gas

One of the main reasons for choosing a gas fired wood burner is convenience. Sit back, and at the click of a button it bursts into life!  Every Chesneys gas stove is controlled by a hand-held remote-control device that allows you to control the flame height and heat output from the comfort of your..

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Don’t be underwhelmed by underfloor heating

Don’t be underwhelmed by underfloor heating

If you are considering your own grand design or buying a new property with underfloor heating, it might be worth combining this with a wood burner. A stove will give you fast radiant heat and creates a beautiful focal point in your main living area.
Underfloor heating has become the heating..

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The Fire Engine joins national stove alliance

The Fire Engine joins national stove alliance

Local stove and fireplace retailer, The Fire Engine, is among the first in a group of independent retailers to become members of the Stove Industry Alliance (SIA) as part of its new retail scheme.
The SIA Retail Group was formed earlier this year and membership is open to independent retailers..

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Aike Pellet stove or design classic?

Aike Pellet stove or design classic?

Beautiful clean lines and simple design of the Aike pellet stove. Surely a design classic?
The Aike pellet stove from MCZ has no front vents, made with a structure entirely made of painted steel. The new firebox features curved lines and is equipped with ceramic spark plug ensuring ignition..

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12 steps for lighting your wood burning stove

12 steps for lighting your wood burning stove

Well, the nights are certainly cooler now and we lit our wood burner for the first time in six months. So, here are 12 steps to help you with lighting your stove.
1. Only use firewood that has been stored in an airy place under a roof during the summer.

2. Place two slightly larger logs..

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