Complete guide on How to look after Stoves & Fires
How to look after Stoves & Fires
Over time consumable products such as stoves and wall heaters tend to slowly become dirty as air-borne particles are sucked in during combustion in either balanced or conventional flues. These small particles eventually hinder the fire or stove ignition. The different components in your fire or stove may also be subjected to wear and tear with continual use over time and so it is strongly advised that you have your stove or fire serviced annually.
Wood-fired stoves can also experience problems over time. The owner may not be able to clean the flue duct but can take steps to ensure that they are doing the best they can from their side to minimise any future problems. This includes regular sweeping of the chimney, although the frequency would depend on the type and amount of wood burnt, and ensuring that the air supply does not become blocked by the ash.
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