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September 7, 2017

Stove manufacturers usually give a detailed run down of what fuels it is safe to burn on their woodburners. Something that is often missed out is charcoal.

Given that charcoal is now readily available and often packaged in the form of handy charcoal briquettes, this is...

September 7, 2017

As ever, we can only offer general advice on the type of fuel you should be using on your stove. Your go-to resource on whether or not you can burn household coal is the stove manual provided by the manufacturer.

Hopefully we’ll be able to flesh out some of the details...

September 7, 2017

If you’re wondering, ‘Do I need a carbon monoxide detector for a woodburner?’, the short answer is yes.

That’s because carbon monoxide is such a deadly gas, your household’s lives so valuable and a carbon monoxide detector so relatively inexpensive that it would be fool...

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