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Autumn is a time for brisk walks, large cups of teas and a warm fire waiting for you at home. Whether you are looking to upgrade your existing heating appliance or simply need some advice on choosing the perfect log burning size or style for your home, Stovax has a wide range of log burning stoves and useful advice that will get your home ready and warm before the start of the winter.
Professional XQ™ is an innovative twin wall flue system that can be configured to suit virtually any installation requirement, opening up new possibilities for you and your wood burning fire or stove.
There are several ways to clean your wood burning stove’s glass. This article will provide you with a step-by-step method to ensure that your appliance’s glass is properly maintained.
It's reassuring to know that we are now half way through winter and for many it's a cold but bright sunny day. If your stock of logs is running low after a few months of using your wood burning stove or fire, you will be keen to replenish your store.
Fuels, including wood burning and gas, are safe to burn if your stove or fire is installed, maintained and used correctly.If you don't regularly maintain your wood burner, for example, you are at risk from a Carbon Monoxide leak that is the result of incomplete burning of a fuel.
When choosing a traditional stove, contemporary stove or fire from Stovax or Gazco, one of the first decisions you will be required to make is deciding on the type of fuel you want your appliance to run on.
If you haven’t already – now would be a great time to give your multi fuel or wood burning stove, or wood-burning fire a good clean as the weather turns cold and the nights draw in.
There is nothing worse than accidentally denting your beautiful Stovax wooden fire surround especially when the effect is a painfully obvious blemish right on the front of the wooden mantel.