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Today most homeowners buy a wood burning fire not only to create a wonderful atmosphere and ambience but to make the most of their economic and environmental advantages.
With many solid fuel stoves designed to be either dedicated wood burning stoves or multi-fuel stoves, it is useful to be aware of the distinction before you decide which would best suit your needs.
Find inspiration in a thoroughly tasteful and cosy sitting room featuring Stovax's multi-fuel Brunel stove, personally selected by Ideal Home magazine for their January issue.
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.
Under the Clean Air Act 1993, local authorities are able to declare part of a city or town a smoke control area. This means that within that area it is an offence to emit smoke from the chimney of a building from any fire, stove or boiler.
The November issue of Good Homes has a feature on heating choices for your home. From stoves, to surrounds to radiators, they have provided a run down of some of the best heating appliances on the market for this season.
When you pick up the latest November issue of Grand Designs magazine look out for the beautifully designed Stovax Riva Studio 2 Bench Glass wood burning fire.
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.