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Updating a Period Home with a Gas Fireplace or Stove

So you’ve decided it’s time to upgrade your traditional fireplace with tasteful stove or fire in keeping with your décor – but instant heat and maximum convenience are must haves. Gas sounds like the way to go, but can a gas stove or fire really provide the traditional charm your period property needs? Read on for a run-down of Yeoman gas stoves and fires that are more than up to… read more

Published: 06-10-2020

The Difference Between Yeoman Inset Fires and Freestanding Stoves

If you’re considering adding a high efficiency glass fronted wood burning or multi-fuel fire or freestanding stove to your home, you may be wondering what the difference is between these two types of heating products. Installation considerations Inset Fires Aside from the way they look, one of the main differences between freestanding stoves and inset fires is their different installation requirements. A wood burning inset fire is designed to fit… read more

Published: 11-09-2020

Getting Your Stove Ready for Autumn

As summer fades away and Autumn begins, we start to see cooler evenings becoming more and more common. Temperatures start to drop, but it’s still not quite cold enough to start the central heating up. Autumn, as many stove owners know, is when wood burning and multi-fuel stoves really start to come into their own. This makes it a great time to get your stove or fire ready for the colder months. Read on for a few handy tips to ensure your wood burning stove is working at its best.

Published: 21-08-2020

Electric stove in a new build

If you live in a new build home, and want the very easiest installation option for a fireplace, your best bet is to choose an electric stove or fire.

Published: 28-04-2020

Fuel Guide: What Wood Or Solid Fuels Should I Burn?

We’ve put together this handy guide to explain what makes some wood and solid fuels better than others for burning on wood burning and multi-fuel stoves and fires. What is the best wood for burning on my stove? Wood that has been seasoned or kiln dried to a low moisture content of 20% or below burns with minimal smoke emissions on a high efficiency wood burning or multi-fuel stove. Collecting… read more

Published: 16-03-2020