Monthly Archives: April 2011

Gas Fires – What Are My Options?

Whether you need to replace an ancient gas fire or if this is the first time you have ever had to buy one, the world of gas fires can be overwhelming to someone unfamiliar with it. For anybody wondering what … Continue reading

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Clay Chimeneas – Are They Right For You?

Although steel and cast iron chimeneas are a familiar sight in UK gardens, the chimeneas first developed in Mexico were made from clay. Clay chimeneas, also known as chimineas, were derived from the traditional stone fireplaces which were used for … Continue reading

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Multifuel and Wood Burning Stove Safety – Carbon Monoxide Facts

We’ve all heard horror stories about carbon monoxide poisoning making people ill and even killing people in their own homes. It’s important to take the dangers of carbon monoxide seriously, but understanding the issue helps to put it into perspective. … Continue reading

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AquaLusso Steam Showers – Easy Care Guide

A common question among people considering buying an Aqualusso steam shower cabin is how do I keep it clean? Although steam shower cabins can look big and complicated, their day to day maintenance is actually very simple. Ozoniser All AquaLusso … Continue reading

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No Chimney Gas Fires

No chimney? No problem! Most new build homes in UK don’t have a conventional chimney or flue. While this used to limit householders to electric fires, there are now many gas fires available which don’t require a chimney. No chimney … Continue reading

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Flue Liner for Multifuel and Woodburning Stoves

What is Chimney Liner? Chimney liner, also known as flue liner, is a flexible metal tube used for relining traditional chimney stacks. Flue liner is made from stainless steel and has a smooth inner skin and a corrugated outer skin. … Continue reading

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Hidden Home Office Furniture – The Space Saving Solution

Many people these days have a home office area, either because they work from home or simply as a place for their computer and all the trimmings. The trouble is that when space is limited a home office can eat … Continue reading

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