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Wood Stove Safety Tips From Fire Service

Dumfries and Galloway Fire and Rescue Service recently issued some safety guidance in the wake of a number of house fires linked to wood burning stoves. Substantial energy price rises in recent years, coupled with the struggle to cope with … Continue reading

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Ash Disposal Tips for Open Fires and Woodburners

There’s nothing like the ambiance and comfort of a real fire, but decades of reliance on central heating seem to have left some gaps in our understanding of fire safety. I’ve seen too many news stories lately about house fires which started … Continue reading

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Carbon Monoxide Safety for Multifuel Stoves and Woodburners

As promised, this is a follow up to my previous post full of carbon monoxide facts relevant to people with multifuel and woodburning stoves. This article is more about the practical side of the issue – how to prevent problems … 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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