Has your chimney sweep recommended a full health check? Have you noticed smoke leaking into your home? A smoke test can help you get the answers you need.
Whether burning wood on an open-fire or stove, wood is a renewable heat energy and if burned efficiently produces virtually no smoke. According to HETAS, compared to fossil fuels sustainably managed wood woods net CO2 production.
There's nothing better than warming by the fire after a long, cold day. Check out do's and don'ts for maintaining your fireplace and stove. * DO ensure that there is a working carbon monoxide monitor in place DO follow the manufacturer’s user instructions for your appliance DO burn the correct fuels for the appliance DO … Continue reading Fireplace Do’s and Don’ts
Thatched properties which once prominently featured across the landscape are slowly disappearing. Over the years, Chimcoat has had the pleasure of maintaining and installing stoves in these unique properties.
Wooden beams look great with a stove, there's no doubt about that. Done right a stove can be fitted and you can use natural materials to compliment the look. However It has to be done right. Here are a few examples of wooden beams using reclaimed timber to compliment the look. The beams on both … Continue reading Wooden Beams
It's fire lighting season again, and to many that ignites a hunger for that cozy feeling you can only get from a wood burning stove. Stoves have become hugely popular over the last decade and because they are so efficient compared to an open fire will continue to be a very popular way of enjoying the … Continue reading Sticks in the city
Installing a woodburner