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Looking After Your Stove

15Feb 19

Getting the Most Out of Your Stove

With the freezing temperatures still hitting much of the UK, and snow flurries and gale-force winds across the country, here at Harpers Firewood we are hardly surprised by the surge in custom that we have received in recent weeks, with people in our local area and further afield all searching for the best firewood to heat their homes.

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Kiln Dried Firewood

15Feb 19

What Makes Kiln Dried Logs the Greatest Firewood Solution

After receiving many questions from customers asking what makes ash and oak kiln dried logs so great, and why they are better than other firewood available, today we are here to shed some light on the topic. We are here to share some of the benefits that kiln dried logs offer when being used as firewood, with the ultimate intention of enabling even more people to understand why they are so superior and in turn provide their homes with greater heat.

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Storing Firewood

11Jan 18

How To Store Firewood Correctly

Storing your firewood outside is fine, who has room for an indoor log store anyway!? But there are a few guidelines to follow to make sure you're looking after your firewood properly.

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Burning Old Woodwork

11Jan 18

Can I burn old pallets and skirting boards

We are asked this, and questions like this, all the time. What can I burn? What can't I burn? And why?

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Kiln Dried Logs

11Jan 18

Why use kiln dried logs for your wood-burning stove

When you use kiln dried logs for your fire, one huge benefit is consistency. Every log you buy, at any time of the year should have a moisture content of 20% or below. Being consistently dry means it will light easily, burn cleanly and provide the maximum heat output. By burning cleanly, this means the stove glass should not go black and consequently the burn up the chimney or flue will be clean and not cause excess soot or tarring.

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