Your guide to buying a wood burning stove

There’s nothing like the warmth of a real fire. A wood burning stove brings character and charm to any room. It’s also a practical and low maintenance way to reduce your heating bills.

However, there’s some confusion over the regulations surrounding wood burning stoves and what you need to take into consideration before you purchase one. As the price of wood burning stoves can vary greatly, here are a few tips to help you make the right choice when faced with a bewildering array of products.

Building Regulations for Stove Installation

As a HETAS Registered Woodburner Installer, HGS are bound by guidelines set by the BFCMA (British Flue & Chimney Manufacturers Association) when installing wood burning and multi fuel appliances in domestic properties. Being HETAS Registered gives our customers added reassurance that they will receive a professional install service that complies with the current safety legislation.

Pizza Ovens are very on-trend but they are far from being a new alternative to our popular garden BBQ. They actually date back as far as ancient Egyptian times. By the Medieval times, the ovens had become huge, large enough to bake for entire communities.

Whether hiring a hot tub just for a weekend, or purchasing one, you will need to ensure that your hot tub is well maintained and that the spa water is safe and clear.

Warm water harbours bacteria, which is why it is so important to maintain the correct PH level of your spa water. Hot tub water is heated to 102 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit, whereas a swimming pool is typically set to about 82 degrees, presenting a much lower risk to the growth of bacteria.

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