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Why do we change the clocks? The clocks are put back every year heading into winter to allow people to start and finish their working day an hour earlier. However, it means that people have an hour less daylight at the end of the day, which can be less practical in the winter as the evenings become darker. So as the nights draw in and the temperature drops, what could be more inviting than a nice cosy living room with a log burner burning to come home to, to bring warmth, light a cosy atmosphere for all the family to enjoy 🔥

Why do we change the clocks? The clocks are put back every year heading into winter to allow people to start and finish their working day an hour earlier. However, it means that people have an hour less daylight at the end of the day, which can be less practical in the winter as the …

Why do we change the clocks? The clocks are put back every year heading into winter to allow people to start and finish their working day an hour earlier. However, it means that people have an hour less daylight at the end of the day, which can be less practical in the winter as the evenings become darker. So as the nights draw in and the temperature drops, what could be more inviting than a nice cosy living room with a log burner burning to come home to, to bring warmth, light a cosy atmosphere for all the family to enjoy 🔥 Read More »

Tonight is Halloween. An army of pint-sized ghosts, witches and monsters should be wandering round their neighbourhood seeking as many treats as they can can get their hands on….But in the present circumstances we find ourselves in it isn’t possible for us to knock on doors this year & shout “Trick or Treat” to our neighbors. So even more so this year, there’s a place for wood-burning stoves in your Halloween celebrations. So, why should Halloween prompt you to order a wood-burning stove? Kids love doing hands-on things Halloween is a timely reminder that children love to get hands on. Making and dressing up in costumers, various pumpkin related activity and Halloween-themed arts and crafts: kids love doing stuff. They’ll also love the adventure of collecting wood for a wood-burning stove, helping to set the fire and the joy of seeing the stove lit after their hard work. You’ll need some warmth after all that trick or treating If you’ve already got a wood-burning stove, you’re very lucky! If you don’t yet have one, make sure you do in time for next year. We can assure you that after wandering the streets in chilly conditions, there’s nothing better than returning to your snug living room where the wood burner is lit and waiting for you. Fire is mesmerising Even a small candle inside a pumpkin is enough to fascinate a child. Imagine if you had an entire box of fire to entertain them – staring at this square box is healthier than television. Toast your own marshmallows Marshmallows are tasty at the best of times, and we’ve even seen some ghost marshmallows doing the rounds at the moment. Toasting them is a traditional campfire activity, so why not bring that sense of adventure into your home for Halloween. A tasty post trick and treating snack… you might even collect a few marshmallows on the way round that you can put to good use.

Tonight is Halloween. An army of pint-sized ghosts, witches and monsters should be wandering round their neighbourhood seeking as many treats as they can can get their hands on….But in the present circumstances we find ourselves in it isn’t possible for us to knock on doors this year & shout “Trick or Treat” to our …

Tonight is Halloween. An army of pint-sized ghosts, witches and monsters should be wandering round their neighbourhood seeking as many treats as they can can get their hands on….But in the present circumstances we find ourselves in it isn’t possible for us to knock on doors this year & shout “Trick or Treat” to our neighbors. So even more so this year, there’s a place for wood-burning stoves in your Halloween celebrations. So, why should Halloween prompt you to order a wood-burning stove? Kids love doing hands-on things Halloween is a timely reminder that children love to get hands on. Making and dressing up in costumers, various pumpkin related activity and Halloween-themed arts and crafts: kids love doing stuff. They’ll also love the adventure of collecting wood for a wood-burning stove, helping to set the fire and the joy of seeing the stove lit after their hard work. You’ll need some warmth after all that trick or treating If you’ve already got a wood-burning stove, you’re very lucky! If you don’t yet have one, make sure you do in time for next year. We can assure you that after wandering the streets in chilly conditions, there’s nothing better than returning to your snug living room where the wood burner is lit and waiting for you. Fire is mesmerising Even a small candle inside a pumpkin is enough to fascinate a child. Imagine if you had an entire box of fire to entertain them – staring at this square box is healthier than television. Toast your own marshmallows Marshmallows are tasty at the best of times, and we’ve even seen some ghost marshmallows doing the rounds at the moment. Toasting them is a traditional campfire activity, so why not bring that sense of adventure into your home for Halloween. A tasty post trick and treating snack… you might even collect a few marshmallows on the way round that you can put to good use. Read More »

Latest update from Stove Specialists UK via Stove Specialists UK – stove installation Stove Specialists UK Unit 1C, Chetwynd Lodge Chester Road Newport, Telford TF10 8AB +44-1902-519089

With its flames, traditional links with home and family, and the ways of our ancestors, Halloween actually has quite a lot in common with wood-burning stoves once you look past the sweet treats and dressing up outfits. With Halloween 2021 set to be even more focused on the home than previous years, we thought we’d share some ideas for bringing your woodburner into the party. Here are some fun Halloween activities that you can do with your woodburner. Pumpkin soup Why let all of that pumpkin go to waste when you’ve hollowed it out for carving? Turn it into a tasty, comforting pumpkin soup instead. If you’ve got a hotplate or the top of your woodburner is suitable for a saucepan to sit on, you could use your stove to make your autumnal supper. Witch’s cauldron It doesn’t have to be pumpkin soup that gets warmed on your woodburner. How about casting some magic spells? Some green food colouring, water and a selection of spooky ingredients of your choosing will turn your saucepan into a witch’s cauldron. Spooky shadows Light your woodburner, turn off all the lights and use the light from the flames to have fun making some spooky shadows with your hands or some spooktacular props. Toasting marshmallows If you’re Halloween sweet treats include marshmallows, why not serve them in style? Toast them using the flames from your woodburner for a tasty, sticky Halloween snack. Halloween scents Fill your home with seasonal aromas by placing a saucepan of water containing the scents you want on top of the stove. Pumpkin, cinnamon and orange are among the fragrances you might like to have wafting by your nostrils this Halloween. What Halloween activities do you do with your woodburner? We’d love to hear your ideas and family traditions. 🔥It goes without saying that while all these Halloween activities are fun for kids, any contact with the stove should be handled by an adult. Make sure you’ve also got a suitable fireguard in place if you’ve got hot saucepans on your stove🔥

With its flames, traditional links with home and family, and the ways of our ancestors, Halloween actually has quite a lot in common with wood-burning stoves once you look past the sweet treats and dressing up outfits. With Halloween 2021 set to be even more focused on the home than previous years, we thought we’d …

With its flames, traditional links with home and family, and the ways of our ancestors, Halloween actually has quite a lot in common with wood-burning stoves once you look past the sweet treats and dressing up outfits. With Halloween 2021 set to be even more focused on the home than previous years, we thought we’d share some ideas for bringing your woodburner into the party. Here are some fun Halloween activities that you can do with your woodburner. Pumpkin soup Why let all of that pumpkin go to waste when you’ve hollowed it out for carving? Turn it into a tasty, comforting pumpkin soup instead. If you’ve got a hotplate or the top of your woodburner is suitable for a saucepan to sit on, you could use your stove to make your autumnal supper. Witch’s cauldron It doesn’t have to be pumpkin soup that gets warmed on your woodburner. How about casting some magic spells? Some green food colouring, water and a selection of spooky ingredients of your choosing will turn your saucepan into a witch’s cauldron. Spooky shadows Light your woodburner, turn off all the lights and use the light from the flames to have fun making some spooky shadows with your hands or some spooktacular props. Toasting marshmallows If you’re Halloween sweet treats include marshmallows, why not serve them in style? Toast them using the flames from your woodburner for a tasty, sticky Halloween snack. Halloween scents Fill your home with seasonal aromas by placing a saucepan of water containing the scents you want on top of the stove. Pumpkin, cinnamon and orange are among the fragrances you might like to have wafting by your nostrils this Halloween. What Halloween activities do you do with your woodburner? We’d love to hear your ideas and family traditions. 🔥It goes without saying that while all these Halloween activities are fun for kids, any contact with the stove should be handled by an adult. Make sure you’ve also got a suitable fireguard in place if you’ve got hot saucepans on your stove🔥 Read More »

⏰ Latest update from Stove Specialists UK via Stove Specialists UK – stove installation Stove Specialists UK Unit 1C, Chetwynd Lodge Chester Road Newport, Telford TF10 8AB +44-1902-519089

If you’re thinking of installing a stove this year take a look at our website & then give us a call Have a chat with our HETAS engineer who will be able guide you & give you a quote on our great package deals We only have a few dates left for 2021 installations, so get your date booked in the diary 🔥 https://ift.tt/2YPXYuu

If you’re thinking of installing a stove this year take a look at our website & then give us a call Have a chat with our HETAS engineer who will be able guide you & give you a quote on our great package deals We only have a few dates left for 2021 installations, so …

If you’re thinking of installing a stove this year take a look at our website & then give us a call Have a chat with our HETAS engineer who will be able guide you & give you a quote on our great package deals We only have a few dates left for 2021 installations, so get your date booked in the diary 🔥 https://ift.tt/2YPXYuu Read More »

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🎃🎃🎃 Latest update from Stove Specialists UK via Stove Specialists UK – stove installation Stove Specialists UK Unit 1C, Chetwynd Lodge Chester Road Newport, Telford TF10 8AB +44-1902-519089

Any wood-burning stove owner knows the dramatic effect it has on the warmth and cosiness of your home. Using a woodburner fan with your stove will only enhance that. Because woodburner owners also know that a woodburner does not deliver that sudden, intense rush of heat that you get from an open fire. A fire in a wood-burning stove heats the metal around it, and the hot metal then radiates the heat around the room. The result is a more efficient fire and heat that spreads over a wider area than you would get from an open fire, but it’s by no means an immediate process. Using a woodburner fan allows to aid the process by causing the warmth from your stove to spread further and more quickly than would otherwise be the case. A quick think back to school science lessons will tell you that hot air rises, and the hot air created by your woodburner is no different. The outward thrust provided by a stove fan causes the hot air to circulate into the room and not just up to the ceiling. How does a woodburner fan work? A woodburner fan is no different than any other fan in that its blades rotates to encourage the flow of air. Whereas we are more accustomed to seeing this technology deployed to create cold air to cool us on a warm day, in the case of a woodburner fan it is the heated air that is being pushed around the room (and even into adjacent rooms). Since the air directly around the stove is the hottest in the room, circulating this around the room causes it to heat much faster, so you feel the benefits sooner. Saving you money Since your home gets up to a cosy temperature more quickly and more efficiently, a woodburner fan can actually save you money by reducing the amount of fuel you need to burn. Less fuel means less refuelling, so a stove fan can also save you time on tending to the fire. How much does it cost to operate a woodburner fan? Absolutely nothing. The heat from the stove will drive the woodburner fan. The more intense the temperature from your appliance, the faster the blades will turns. As your stove cools down, the woodburner fan will slow down. When your stove goes out, the fan will shut itself off (so you don’t have to worry about a draught being created). There are no batteries or mains electricity involved: the heat from your woodburner provides all the power that’s needed. Where do you install a stove fan? A woodburner fan sits on top of the stove, usually as far back as possible (and always to the rear of the flue pipe). Placing the fan at the back of the stove means it is able to blow the full extend of heat being created across the top of the stove in an outward direction. This is particularly useful if your woodburner sits within a recess or inglenook. Also, the cooler air flow from behind is essential for the fan to be able to power itself. The downward movement of the cooler air when it encounters the warmer air is what drives the blades of the stove fan, so correct placement is essential. Other stove fan benefits Some people also use a woodburner fan to combat dry air in their homes. Carefully placing a metal tray of water on top of the stove prior to lighting will cause the water to quickly evaporate once the stove is lit. The evaporated water will be circulated around your home by the stove fan to ensure there’s plenty of moisture in the air. Are stove fans safe? Yes, as long as they are being used properly, stove fans are perfectly safe. You should not touch a fan when the stove is in use (firstly, because the blades will be moving and, secondly, because the fan itself gets very hot from being on top of the stove. Most stove fans have a handle which can be used to adjust the direction of the fan when it is in use. It is safe to use the handle with the use of a stove glove to ensure that the fan is circulating heat where you want it to go. Given the design and function of stove fans, they can only be used with freestanding stoves and are not suitable for use with inset stoves. Buying a woodburner fan The basic principles behind stove fans are the same for them all. They come in different heights, different numbers of blades and slightly different designs. It’s most common for a stove fan to have two blades. The most important factor is that there is enough room within your stove recess or the area around your stove to accommodate the height of the fan and the diameter of the blades.

Any wood-burning stove owner knows the dramatic effect it has on the warmth and cosiness of your home. Using a woodburner fan with your stove will only enhance that. Because woodburner owners also know that a woodburner does not deliver that sudden, intense rush of heat that you get from an open fire. A fire …

Any wood-burning stove owner knows the dramatic effect it has on the warmth and cosiness of your home. Using a woodburner fan with your stove will only enhance that. Because woodburner owners also know that a woodburner does not deliver that sudden, intense rush of heat that you get from an open fire. A fire in a wood-burning stove heats the metal around it, and the hot metal then radiates the heat around the room. The result is a more efficient fire and heat that spreads over a wider area than you would get from an open fire, but it’s by no means an immediate process. Using a woodburner fan allows to aid the process by causing the warmth from your stove to spread further and more quickly than would otherwise be the case. A quick think back to school science lessons will tell you that hot air rises, and the hot air created by your woodburner is no different. The outward thrust provided by a stove fan causes the hot air to circulate into the room and not just up to the ceiling. How does a woodburner fan work? A woodburner fan is no different than any other fan in that its blades rotates to encourage the flow of air. Whereas we are more accustomed to seeing this technology deployed to create cold air to cool us on a warm day, in the case of a woodburner fan it is the heated air that is being pushed around the room (and even into adjacent rooms). Since the air directly around the stove is the hottest in the room, circulating this around the room causes it to heat much faster, so you feel the benefits sooner. Saving you money Since your home gets up to a cosy temperature more quickly and more efficiently, a woodburner fan can actually save you money by reducing the amount of fuel you need to burn. Less fuel means less refuelling, so a stove fan can also save you time on tending to the fire. How much does it cost to operate a woodburner fan? Absolutely nothing. The heat from the stove will drive the woodburner fan. The more intense the temperature from your appliance, the faster the blades will turns. As your stove cools down, the woodburner fan will slow down. When your stove goes out, the fan will shut itself off (so you don’t have to worry about a draught being created). There are no batteries or mains electricity involved: the heat from your woodburner provides all the power that’s needed. Where do you install a stove fan? A woodburner fan sits on top of the stove, usually as far back as possible (and always to the rear of the flue pipe). Placing the fan at the back of the stove means it is able to blow the full extend of heat being created across the top of the stove in an outward direction. This is particularly useful if your woodburner sits within a recess or inglenook. Also, the cooler air flow from behind is essential for the fan to be able to power itself. The downward movement of the cooler air when it encounters the warmer air is what drives the blades of the stove fan, so correct placement is essential. Other stove fan benefits Some people also use a woodburner fan to combat dry air in their homes. Carefully placing a metal tray of water on top of the stove prior to lighting will cause the water to quickly evaporate once the stove is lit. The evaporated water will be circulated around your home by the stove fan to ensure there’s plenty of moisture in the air. Are stove fans safe? Yes, as long as they are being used properly, stove fans are perfectly safe. You should not touch a fan when the stove is in use (firstly, because the blades will be moving and, secondly, because the fan itself gets very hot from being on top of the stove. Most stove fans have a handle which can be used to adjust the direction of the fan when it is in use. It is safe to use the handle with the use of a stove glove to ensure that the fan is circulating heat where you want it to go. Given the design and function of stove fans, they can only be used with freestanding stoves and are not suitable for use with inset stoves. Buying a woodburner fan The basic principles behind stove fans are the same for them all. They come in different heights, different numbers of blades and slightly different designs. It’s most common for a stove fan to have two blades. The most important factor is that there is enough room within your stove recess or the area around your stove to accommodate the height of the fan and the diameter of the blades. Read More »

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🔥🔥🔥 Latest update from Stove Specialists UK via Stove Specialists UK – stove installation Stove Specialists UK Unit 1C, Chetwynd Lodge Chester Road Newport, Telford TF10 8AB +44-1902-519089

Latest update from Stove Specialists UK via Stove Specialists UK – stove installation Stove Specialists UK Unit 1C, Chetwynd Lodge Chester Road Newport, Telford TF10 8AB +44-1902-519089