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Seven Reasons to own an Eco Stove

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1. Eco awareness Burning wood is a great source of eco heat, these days people are waking up to the fact that we need to reduce our carbon footprint, and burning wood is a carbon neutral fuel due to the natural cycle of planting and harvesting the trees that we burn.In fact if we were to get technical, the energy efficiency of wood is 0.008kg of carbon per KW compared with 0.198kg for gas, 0.274kg for oil and 0.517kg for electricity.Its also relatively easy to source off cuts being thrown away that would otherwise be left to rot.

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Our five favorite Ecodesign Stoves

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Here is a list of 5 of our favourite Ecodesign ready stoves that are currently available, for those wondering what the score is with Ecodesign let me explain; Ecodesign is a European scheme set up to help lower emissions, that will be enforced from 2022.

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What Stove features do i really need?

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Okay, so you have begun your journey into the land of Log Burners and are trying to navigate your way around the world of riddling grates and air washers.  All of which can all be a little bit confusing, to say the least, so we have broken it down for you.

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Why you shouldn’t buy a multi fuel stove?

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A Wood burning stove is a stove that you should only burn wood in. Some stoves can be converted to multi-fuel with an upgrade of a multi-fuel grate kit and others are designed to be multi-fuel. A Multi-fuel stove is a stove that can burn a range of fuels such as coal and wood, this being the main draw for owners of multi-fuel stoves.