From 2022, all new wood burning stoves must comply with the Clean Air Act. This is the same whether you live in the country surrounded by green pastures or in an urbane city environment.
Let’s face it, as aesthetically inviting to interior décor and comforting to the soul as a roaring fire can be, without the consistent warmth and crackle of a fire on a chilly spring evening, your wood burners won’t meet their purpose.
You’d be surprised just how far back our biomass history stretches. It’s believed that our ancestors first started cooking meat over an open fire as far back as two and a half million years ago. And here we are, all those years later, still relying on biomass energy to cook our food and heat our homes.
It’s fair to say that the coronavirus has plunged many businesses into chaos this year. From restaurants horticulture, storage to travel, business owners have been left surveying the damage, consolidating their assets, and reassessing their 2020 forecasts.
Wood burning stoves are on the rise. Fuelled by their aesthetic charm, cost-effectiveness, and, more likely than not, a healthy dollop of nostalgia, homeowners in the country, city, even suburbia have shunned gas, electric and bioethanol stoves for their wood burning counterparts.
The autumn months are upon us. The leaves are changing, there’s a crispness to the air, pumpkins a-plenty are being harvested for the spooky season, the nights draw in a lot sooner, and it gradually gets a much more temperate outside.
It’s fair to say that Brits love pizza. The average person in the UK will eat an astounding 731 pizzas in their lifetime. In the US, 350 slices of pizza are eaten every second with 13% of Americans eating pizza every single day. However, did you know that despite being a staple menus item in every Italian restaurant, pizza isn’t actually Italian?
If you look at property trends over the last few years, you’ll notice that many homeowners love traditional fireplaces or wood burning stoves – and it’s not hard to see why!
Earlier this year it was officially announced burning coal in UK homes will be banned in 2021. Although the decision was 18 months in the making, it should come as little surprise to anyone that the government is intending to ban fuels that contribute significantly to the UK’s air pollution.
With surely what is a wide array of firewood to choose from for your wood burning stove, it can be a challenge to know what’s your best option. However, there is one constant; everyone wants the best quality firewood for the best price, right?