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We thank each & every one of you out there for your continued support, especially through the unprecedented times we have & are facing….keep liking & sharing our page & posts, helping our small business be seen 🔥

We thank each & every one of you out there for your continued support, especially through the unprecedented times we have & are facing….keep liking & sharing our page & posts, helping our small business be seen 🔥 Latest update from Stove Specialists UK via Stove Specialists UK – stove installation Stove Specialists UK Unit …

We thank each & every one of you out there for your continued support, especially through the unprecedented times we have & are facing….keep liking & sharing our page & posts, helping our small business be seen 🔥 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

Here’s how it’s done ! A lovely installation of a Di Lusso stove by Hunter Stoves Group with a shaped slate hearth & single storey twin wall flue system , fitted by our registered HETAS engineer in #albrighton 🔥

Here’s how it’s done ! A lovely installation of a Di Lusso stove by Hunter Stoves Group with a shaped slate hearth & single storey twin wall flue system , fitted by our registered HETAS engineer in #albrighton 🔥 Latest update from Stove Specialists UK via Stove Specialists UK – stove installation Stove Specialists UK …

Here’s how it’s done ! A lovely installation of a Di Lusso stove by Hunter Stoves Group with a shaped slate hearth & single storey twin wall flue system , fitted by our registered HETAS engineer in #albrighton 🔥 Read More »

We’re regularly contacted by people asking about a metal plate at the top of the inside of their wood-burning stove. Sometimes they call it a ‘roof’ or a ‘ceiling’, sometimes they call it a ‘panel’. Often they want to know what it is and what is its purpose. Usually they haven’t even noticed it was there until there was a problem, such as the plate has fallen from its position. No doubt plenty more people are searching Google for information on the metal plate ‘roof’ at the top of their woodburner, so we decided to write this blog post in the hope that we might be able to offer them some assistance. The plate is actually called a baffle plate. Once you know that, you will be able to find out a lot more information about the mystery panel. As the descriptive queries we receive suggest, the baffle plate sits at the top of the inside of a woodburner, just below the top of the firebox. Its purpose is to stop gases escaping straight up the flue pipe. The baffle serves as a barrier to the most direct route for gases to leave the firebox. By delaying the gases’ exit, the baffle allows more of the flammable gases to be burnt rather than leaving the stove unspent. The benefits of this of two-fold. Firstly, it means you get more bang for your buck from your fuel. By ensuring as much as possible of the fuel’s flammable gases are burnt, you’re getting the maximum heat generation from each load of fuel. Secondly, it is better for the environment for the flammable gases to be burnt inside the stove rather than disappearing up the chimney and into the air unspent. A baffle plate makes for a greener burn.

We’re regularly contacted by people asking about a metal plate at the top of the inside of their wood-burning stove. Sometimes they call it a ‘roof’ or a ‘ceiling’, sometimes they call it a ‘panel’. Often they want to know what it is and what is its purpose. Usually they haven’t even noticed it was …

We’re regularly contacted by people asking about a metal plate at the top of the inside of their wood-burning stove. Sometimes they call it a ‘roof’ or a ‘ceiling’, sometimes they call it a ‘panel’. Often they want to know what it is and what is its purpose. Usually they haven’t even noticed it was there until there was a problem, such as the plate has fallen from its position. No doubt plenty more people are searching Google for information on the metal plate ‘roof’ at the top of their woodburner, so we decided to write this blog post in the hope that we might be able to offer them some assistance. The plate is actually called a baffle plate. Once you know that, you will be able to find out a lot more information about the mystery panel. As the descriptive queries we receive suggest, the baffle plate sits at the top of the inside of a woodburner, just below the top of the firebox. Its purpose is to stop gases escaping straight up the flue pipe. The baffle serves as a barrier to the most direct route for gases to leave the firebox. By delaying the gases’ exit, the baffle allows more of the flammable gases to be burnt rather than leaving the stove unspent. The benefits of this of two-fold. Firstly, it means you get more bang for your buck from your fuel. By ensuring as much as possible of the fuel’s flammable gases are burnt, you’re getting the maximum heat generation from each load of fuel. Secondly, it is better for the environment for the flammable gases to be burnt inside the stove rather than disappearing up the chimney and into the air unspent. A baffle plate makes for a greener burn. 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

A lovely installation by our registered HETAS engineer in a corner, of a customers own stove with our twin wall flue system & shaped slate hearth (cut to size on site) in #bracknell 🔥

A lovely installation by our registered HETAS engineer in a corner, of a customers own stove with our twin wall flue system & shaped slate hearth (cut to size on site) in #bracknell 🔥 Latest update from Stove Specialists UK via Stove Specialists UK – stove installation Stove Specialists UK Unit 1C, Chetwynd Lodge Chester …

A lovely installation by our registered HETAS engineer in a corner, of a customers own stove with our twin wall flue system & shaped slate hearth (cut to size on site) in #bracknell 🔥 Read More »

The fact that your home has no chimney does not mean you cannot enjoy the benefits of a woodburner. While an existing fireplace does make for a simple installation and means you can simply lower a flue liner down the existing chimney, installing a woodburner with no chimney currently in place in the room is easier than you might expect. Installations in properties with no chimney require the use of twin wall flue. Twin wall flues have two layers of metal and a layer of insulation between them. The flue pipe you typically see in use with woodburners is single wall flue. Since your flue pipe will need to pass through a combination of some or all of expanses of your room, walls, ceilings and floors, the external temperature of the flue pipe needs to be lower than would otherwise be the case. There are various other ways of achieving the goal, so our installer will be able to find the right solution for your property and your plans for the woodburner. The key consideration in these circumstances is to make sure that the twin wall flue runs high enough above the location of the stove to create a draw that will allow the appliance to work efficiently and effectively. If this is not achieved, your stove might not burn very well or smoke could come into your room through the air vents. For more information 💻 info@stovespecialists.co.uk 📞 08008321850 Message us through our Facebook page 🔥

The fact that your home has no chimney does not mean you cannot enjoy the benefits of a woodburner. While an existing fireplace does make for a simple installation and means you can simply lower a flue liner down the existing chimney, installing a woodburner with no chimney currently in place in the room is …

The fact that your home has no chimney does not mean you cannot enjoy the benefits of a woodburner. While an existing fireplace does make for a simple installation and means you can simply lower a flue liner down the existing chimney, installing a woodburner with no chimney currently in place in the room is easier than you might expect. Installations in properties with no chimney require the use of twin wall flue. Twin wall flues have two layers of metal and a layer of insulation between them. The flue pipe you typically see in use with woodburners is single wall flue. Since your flue pipe will need to pass through a combination of some or all of expanses of your room, walls, ceilings and floors, the external temperature of the flue pipe needs to be lower than would otherwise be the case. There are various other ways of achieving the goal, so our installer will be able to find the right solution for your property and your plans for the woodburner. The key consideration in these circumstances is to make sure that the twin wall flue runs high enough above the location of the stove to create a draw that will allow the appliance to work efficiently and effectively. If this is not achieved, your stove might not burn very well or smoke could come into your room through the air vents. For more information 💻 info@stovespecialists.co.uk 📞 08008321850 Message us through our Facebook page 🔥 Read More »

🔥🔥Flexible Stainless Steel Flue Liner🔥🔥 When you have a conventional chimney we install a flexible stainless steel flue liner system * This is safe & serviceable for your new stove * We use high grade stainless steel * The stainless steel can withstand gasses & acids produced by your fire * 100% safe & guaranteed for years to come To find out more simply give us a call email or message us & we can discuss your requirements We are always happy to help 100% hassel-free guaranteed🔥🔥🔥 💻 info@stovespecialists.co.uk 📞 08908321850 Message us through our Facebook page 🔥

🔥🔥Flexible Stainless Steel Flue Liner🔥🔥 When you have a conventional chimney we install a flexible stainless steel flue liner system * This is safe & serviceable for your new stove * We use high grade stainless steel * The stainless steel can withstand gasses & acids produced by your fire * 100% safe & guaranteed …

🔥🔥Flexible Stainless Steel Flue Liner🔥🔥 When you have a conventional chimney we install a flexible stainless steel flue liner system * This is safe & serviceable for your new stove * We use high grade stainless steel * The stainless steel can withstand gasses & acids produced by your fire * 100% safe & guaranteed for years to come To find out more simply give us a call email or message us & we can discuss your requirements We are always happy to help 100% hassel-free guaranteed🔥🔥🔥 💻 info@stovespecialists.co.uk 📞 08908321850 Message us through our Facebook page 🔥 Read More »