Wood Burning Stoves

Open Fire

Open Fire

We have two open fires in our house. One in the dining room and one in the living room. We are currently thinking of changing the open fire for a wood burning stove in the living room as this is a North facing room with little insulation and is very cold. Although I love the open fire I can see the benefits of the wood burning stove.

If you have any thoughts about wood burning stoves, the pros and cons, your favourites then we would love to hear your thoughts so please leave a comment.

3 thoughts on “Wood Burning Stoves

  1. Hi There,

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  2. by all means replace your open fire with a wood burning stove it is far more efficient; it will not replace your central heating and it does take a while for the heat to build up in the room so you need both. It is not instant heat and can be a bit of work getting the wood in from your store and getting enough kindling. They are however very clean and much easier to manage than a fireplace. I presume that you have a dependable source of good quality seasoned wood, at a reasonable price. There are a lot of cowboys out there selling poor quality wood that has not been seasoned, so beware.

  3. We had an open fire, then got a wood burning stove at the start of Autumn. I love it and it makes it so much warmer. We got a Morso squirrel from stoves online. They’re very helpful if you just want advice and never seemed to do a hard sell.

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