Following the correct steps when using your wood burning stove is important to ensure it burns efficiently and with minimum emissions. This will minimise any impact from your stove on both indoor and outdoor air quality.
Anecdotal studies suggest that there are many potential sources of indoor pollution that have a much greater impact on your home’s air quality than your wood burning stove.
Cooking, toasters, cleaning products and ‘room fragrancers’ all emit fine particles which significantly degrade air quality.
Make sure you clean regularly to minimise dust building up, particularly if you have pets. Use an extractor fan when cooking to remove cooking odours from your home. Always open windows to adequately ventilate your property when spraying cleaning products or painting, and keep the use of room fragrances, like scented candles, to a minimum.
Caring for our environment is at the heart of everything we do. As a leading manufacturer of innovative heating products, we were among the first to develop Ecodesign Ready wood burning and multi-fuel stoves and fires seven years ahead of proposed 2022 Ecodesign air quality standards. We are proud to offer the UK and Ireland’s largest range of Ecodesign Ready appliances.
Thanks to their high efficiency and low emissions, these environmentally designed solid fuel products require less logs than open fires and non-Ecodesign stoves. They have also been independently tested to verify they produce around 90% less emissions than an open fire and around 80% less emissions than an older non-Ecodesign stove, making them the right choice for your home.
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