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There is a growing interest in using wood as a sustainable, renewable, low carbon alternative. With the depletion of fossil fuels, wood is being accepted as a viable energy source that is not only virtually carbon neutral, but also economically feasible. But which wood is best for burning? Ultimately, there are many suitable firewoods to choose from that will burn well.
It’s that time of year when we are looking to refresh our homes and keep up with new trends. Here are our tips for how to introduce 2018's interior design trends to your fireplace.
It is important to clean your wood burning or multi-fuel stove at the end of periods of use – a good time to do this is when spring months come about and you are using your stove or fire less. Here are our tips on how to service, clean and maintain your stove.
You might be thinking about cosying up by the fire with your loved one this Valentine’s Day with a glass of wine and a good film. One thing you can do for the environment today is to consider what you’re burning on your fire, and what you are using to burn it.
Channel 4's Ugly House to Lovely House visited Mandy's project in Nottingham. She chose a Stovax Studio Duplex Inset Wood Burning Fire to complement her new living space.
This month's Simpler Living looks at making things simple with a gas fire, preparing for festivities with an easy Christmas pudding recipe, and ways to spend November days.
Get ready this September with Stovax's Simpler Living. The nights are slowly drawing in, the shadows are growing longer, and the colours on the trees are changing. September marks the start of getting ready for the autumn-winter season ahead.
Although a stove or fire has full capability to heat a house, we know that central heating is often the main port of call for warming the home. Here's why a NIBE heat pump is a great alternative to mainstream gas central heating.