Installing a wood burner or multi-fuel stove is not something you should do yourself. An ill-fitted stove could result in it becoming a fire risk, but there's also the potential for it to release lethal carbon monoxide into your home and create more pollution.
Using the wrong fuels on your multi-fuel stove or log bruner can create more pollution. Make sure you're using the right fuel to ensure you maximise your stove's efficiency, minimise pollution and save money.
Christmas conjures up the image of a cosy living room, beautifully decorated tree and roaring wood-burning stove. But this dream could turn into a smokey and frustrating nightmare if you...
We've found that some wood burning stove owners have a lack of knowledge around essential stove safety information. Make sure you buy the most efficient stove for your home and that you use it safely with our advice.
As the government launches its Clean Air Strategy 2019, we look at three ways you can use your wood burning stove or multi-fuel stove correctly, from buying dry wood to getting smokeless fuel with less than 2% sulphur content.
47% of stove owners don't believe their stove has made a difference to their heating bills, while 43% think it has saved them money on energy.
Nearly 70% of people are using a less efficient type of fuel on their wood burning stove. See Which? advice on which is best to use on a stove.