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If you're lucky enough to have a conservatory in your house, you'll know just how pleasant it can be during the summer. As the sun pours in and floods the room with light and warmth, it can be the perfect place to relax; serving as an in-between room joining the garden with the home.
But come winter, it's a different story:
While it can still provide a relaxing place to sit, it'll more than likely be cold. Uncomfortably cold.
Many of the heating options you have will be costly and inconvenient, but can you use a wood burner in your conservatory?
Well, it turns out you can...
During the cold winter months, a wood burning stove is the perfect way to make your home cosy and warm. But what about maintaining your wood burner?
We've put together this guide to help with cleaning a wood burning stove. We've divided it up into sections so that you can easily learn how to clean the various parts and sections of your stove.
As an alternative way of heating rooms in your home, a multifuel stove can be a great choice over the central heating that you normally use. And with a range of benefits, multifuel stoves have become increasingly popular in recent years.
If you have a traditional wood burning stove, you'll know exactly what you need to do to heat your home – burn some wood, as the name handily suggests.
But what about a multifuel stove? Here's a simple guide to the advantages and disadvantages of the different kinds of fuel available for multifuel stoves, which should help you to choose the appropriate option for you.
With summer now fading into autumn, the temperature has started to drop and will continue to do so as we head towards winter.
Some people may have already had the heating on in recent weeks during a couple of chilly evenings, and many others won't be far behind. But as winter begins to loom, have you thought about trying a wood burning stove as an alternative heat source for your home?
Wood burners are an effective way to heat up a room (or rooms) in your house, and can be a great alternative to your usual central heating.