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Happy Friday to you all, Have you had anybody come up to you yet and say, 'Oh, you're going to have to take your stove out soon' or 'you won't be able to burn wood soon' or 'stoves are going to be banned' ? What a load of .....ash! You can now tell them they are totally wrong and badly informed!! In 2019 the Clean Air Act Strategy was announce forming the backbone of negative media coverage on burning wood and woodburning stoves. The original report does not reference any breakdown of appliance type within its “stove” definition, therefore open fires will undoubtedly be included in the study’s figures for “stoves”, which they say account for up to 70% of wood burnt in London alone!! Since...

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Installation of an Eco Design Ready 2022 Parkray Aspect 5

The Stove House has removed the old stove and replaced it with the most up to date 2022 eco-design ready stove. This Parkray Aspect 5 features a large window so you can view the beauty of the flames in your stove. Combining looks, controllability, and very high efficiency, the Aspect is the perfect addition to any home. Want one before Christmas? Book a survey today!! For information on this product and installation by The Stove House call 01730 810931 today or visit their website.

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Do I Need To Buy An Ecodesign Ready Stove Now?

Ecodesign Ready stoves are designed to reduce PM emissions by burning wood more efficiently and completely. New legislation states that all new stove or fire sales from 2022 will need to be Ecodesign models. If you are looking to buy a stove now you do NOT have to buy an 'Eco-design ready' stove as the law doesn't come into effect until January 2022 but some models are already available and The Stove House are happy to talk you through these stoves along with our other models from our wide range. Please do get in touch if you would like us to answer any questions you have or to book a survey.

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Does the legislation affect the sale of open fires and fireplaces?

Yes, open fires and fireplaces will no longer be able to be sold as solid fuel heating appliances after 2022 due to their poor efficiency and particulate emissions. Open fires lose 80% of its valuable heat they produce up the chimney and takes with it your very expensive central heating meaning you are burning approximately 3 times the amount of fuel you need to be on your fire. If you kept this heat within your home you could save on your fuel and energy bills! That's why a woodburning stove is more environmentally friendly than an open fire. It uses less fuel, it converts its heat more efficiently, produces fewer emissions and it means you reduce your energy bills saving you money on the fuel that you would...

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When the Ecodesign programme comes into force for stoves in the UK in January 2022 it does not mean you are unable to use your existing stove or that you have to replace it as of yet. This is because the Clean Air Strategy does not say there will be a ban on the use of existing wood or multi-fuel appliances, nor do you need to modify your appliance. However, you should be burning quality dry “Ready to Burn” wood or quality smokeless fuels. Kiln dried logs are the best to use as they have 20% or less moisture content.   REMEMBER - You can’t burn water! The energy in your fire will be used to try to keep the wood burning instead of being...

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