Wood burning stoves have become increasingly popular, wood is a more environmentally friendly fuel source when used in a well maintained high efficiency stove but there are a number of tips you should observe when it means taking care of your stove. Use domestic glass cleaner to clean the door of your stove but be … Continue reading Tips for your wood burning stove
Birch belongs to the family of deciduous trees of which there are about 40 different species, some can reach 60 years and up to 30m in height. Birch trees are called ‘pioneer species’ as they are usually the first trees to be planted on open spaces and this mainly due to the fact that the birch tree is very uncomplicated. They can grow on poor soils and are … Continue reading Firewood Birch
It is wonderful to feel the warmth from a wood fire but there are more benefits than a sense of comfort when it comes to heating your home with fire logs. Wood is one of the most environmental sources of energy we have. If properly forested and responsible harvested, burning firewood can be a natural … Continue reading Ecological benefit of firewood
With such a variety of wood available, it is hard to decide on the right type of wood. Beech has the best heating value, it burns evenly and develops plenty of red ember. The wood produces very little sparkle and is therefore ideal for open fireplaces. Beech trees are renowned for their smooth grey bark and … Continue reading What firewood logs?