You could be forgiven for wondering whether your wood-burning stove is about to be rendered useless given some of the headlines that have appeared in the days since the Government announced its plans to phase out the sale of house coal and wet wood.
Are your planning on decorating your home in 2020? If so, why not incorporate a wood-burning stove into your new decor scheme.
As ever, there are loads of great ideas floating around social media and in interior design magazines. We’ve picked out some of 2020’s hottest interior design trends and paired them with a perfectly suited woodburner.
Let’s explore the top 2020 interior design trends and the woodburners to match them.
A woodburner should make a big impact on the warmth and cosiness of your home. If you’re not feeling that impact, and you don’t think your woodburner is giving off enough heat, it can be very frustrating.
So, why isn’t your woodburner giving generating much heat? Let’s look at some possible reasons.
Lifestyle and interior design blogger __itslucy___’s Instagram account is always worth a visit if you’re a fan of beautifully decorated homes. And taking pride of place in may of the photos she shares is the Mazona Rocky 6 kW multi-fuel stove she bought from us.
Wood-burning stoves are seen as being homely, desirable and useful. They’ve got that reputation for good reason; for the most part it’s true. But it’s not all plain sailing as a wood-burning stove owner. Here are some of the things people don’t tell you about owning a woodburner.
When they are operated correctly, wood-burning stoves are a very safe way to heat your home. But given that operating a stove involves burning wood or solid fuel, they are not without risk. Perhaps the greatest of those risks is a chimney fire, which could put your family and property in jeopardy.
What causes chimney fires?
Wood-burning stove chimney fires are usually started when a flame, spark or ember from the stove ignites a creosote deposit in the chimney. Creosote is created when flue gases cool, condense and settle in the chimney before they have managed to exit the flue as intended.
The good news is that it is easy to take precautions that will minimise the risk of a chimney fire. Here’s how to prevent chimney fires from your wood-burning stove.
It’s a non-mover at the top of the charts. Once again, the Mazona Rocky 6 kW is our best-selling stove of the year. An affordable price tag, generous heat output and timeless styling help to explain this stove’s enduring popularity. Take a closer look.
Christmas is nearly upon us, which means we’re once again up against the clock to get everything you need to ensure you have a cosy festive period delivered to you in time.
Woodburners are a bit harder to move around the country than Christmas cards, which means we will need to receive your order by 2pm on Wednesday, December 18, in order to get it dispatched from our warehouse and delivered to you before Santa arrives.
One of the questions we’re most frequently asked at this time of year is the best way of sending a letter to Santa Clause using a wood-burning stove.
Using your fireplace and a sprinkle of Christmas magic to send a list of the things you would like for Christmas is a time-honoured tradition.
If you’re used to sending your letter to Santa on an open fire (where you presumably also roasted your chestnuts), then you might have some concerns over using your woodburner. Here’s our suggested method for sending a letter to Santa Claus using a wood-burning stove.