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Keeping the Stove Burning Overnight

1 September 2012 22:02:09 BST

Few people who use stove in their home for heating are skilled in overnight burning of the stove. It is important that you pay attention to the depth of a stove (when buying a stove) if you plan to burn fire overnight. An overnight burning is an important thing to consider especially if you are planning to heat with a wood burning or multi-fuel stove only.

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How does the Stove Glass stay Clean

30 August 2012 23:15:47 BST

A stove, which is generally used for heating, has multiple components: the fire burns in the firebox or fire pit, while gas and exhaust to escape through the chimney or flue. In colder climates throughout the world, a stove has been, traditionally, the central feature of the household as it gives warmth to aid survival through colder temperatures. The sensation of direct heat and the beautiful visual stimulation provided by the fire make its use both practical and aesthetic.

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What is Airwash System

12 August 2012 19:00:07 BST

Airwash is the term used to describe a combustion-air supply entering the stove at the top of the combustion chamber, near the top of the glass door, which forms a screen of clean air between the glass and the combustion process and keeps the glass clean.

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What is a Cleanburn Stove

12 August 2012 18:39:12 BST

In 1952, London was shrouded by dense smog, which resulted in the introduction of the Clean Air Act. This piece of legislation required that only smokeless fuels could be burnt in certain towns and cities across the UK (which is called the “smoke control areas”), meaning that some homes were unable to enjoy the benefits and pleasures of a log burning fire.

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The Benefits of a Gas Stove

12 August 2012 09:26:15 BST

In cold weather, there is nothing nicer than curling in front of a glowing fireplace. A natural gas fireplace is just one of the many kinds of fireplaces from which you can choose from. A natural gas fireplace has plenty of advantages and benefits that make it more attractive than its counterparts. 

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The Benefits of a Multi-fuel Stove

10 August 2012 06:31:12 BST

 A multi-fuel stove gives you all the benefits of a wood burning stove but with the extra benefit of having an option to use other kinds of solid fuel as an alternative to wood. There is no getting away from the fact that burning wood is much kinder to the environment, but if solid fuel is readily available for you locally, then you might as well make use of it.

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The Benefits of a Wood Burning Stove

6 August 2012 11:01:01 BST

Owning, using or having a wood burning stove in your house has a lot more advantages than just having its eye-catching look and cozy feel. In this article, we will try to explain some of the advantages of a wood burning stove.

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Burning Wood in Smoke Controlled Areas

5 August 2012 08:41:17 BST

The UK's Industrial Revolution in the 18th and 19th centuries was powered by coal and factories in the cities. Coal burning in the home in stoves and fireplaces was also very common for heating. Air pollution was often very great and when it was foggy, pollution levels rose and smog was formed bringing cities to a standstill and causing many deaths. 

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Yes, wood burning stoves can be linked to the central heating system of your home. This is commonly called a boiler stove.

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Most people know how to measure the square footage (length x width) of their home to aid in making the decision about what size of stove they should buy and most stoves also has a list of the amount of square footage the stoves are designed to heat.

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