Do not stack wood next to you fire to dry out. – The Stove House

Do not stack wood next to you fire to dry out.


Just a reminder.........

Going away for the Easter?

Leave the stove door ajar so air can circulate and moisture won't build up within the flue or stove. 

Have some wood stored next to your stove?

Do not stack logs or place any other combustible materials immediately adjacent to your stove. The Fire Service has been called to many fires caused because of logs being stored against or on top of the hot external surface of wood burners. The wood can combust (without having a flame to start it) if it gets too hot!

Do not stack wood next to you fire to dry out. Explained by The Stove House 01730 810931

Finished burning for this season?

Remove all the ash in the fire and on top of the baffle plate inside the stove to prevent rust and corrosion. Open the door for short periods of time to allow air circulation, perhaps every other weekend.