Wood Burning Stoves Use A Renewable Fuel Source

A great green heating solution with renewable fuel source

The “green aspect”  of using a renewable source of heating in your home hardly needs explanation. Our Wood burning Stoves use Wood because it’s an easily obtained renewable fuel source. There’s a zero-sum impact in carbon emission as well. When a tree falls in the woods and takes 50 years to completely rot away, ever so slowly it gives off heat, water and CO2, and leaves its mineral content in the forest.

When you burn wood the exact same thing happens only obviously much more quickly. No additional by-products are produced at all, basically replicating natures actions at a greater pace. Read more

Do Woodburning Stoves Save You Money ?

Saving money?
Most people don’t get a wood burning stove for the cost benefits. Although there might be some saving in terms of money and carbon emissions, stoves are mostly attractive because they are cosy and homely. The best way to save money with a stove is to source your fuel as cheaply as possible – you may find that a local tree surgeon can help you with this.
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Do Briquettes Burn Hotter In Stoves



Briquettes burn hotter and cleaner, are cheaper to buy, and much easier to store and handle – so why do so few people with open fires and wood-burning stoves use recycled wood briquettes to heat their home?

Big in Europe, but still largely untried by many fire users in the UK – particularly in the south – those selling them claim that once you have tried briquettes, you’ll never go back to hauling piles of logs off your drive. Read more