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...
As the colder and darker days descend upon us, the idea of cosying up in front of a log fire is an idyllic one. But how much are you willing...
Having asked more than 1,400 stove owners about their wood-burning stoves, including durability, ease of use and value for money, we reveal which brand came in first place.
68% of the 1,434 stove owners we asked are slightly or somewhat concerned about the effects of stoves on pollution. Although multi-fuel stoves and log burners contribute to pollution, there are a lot of things you can do to minimise this.
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.
Buying and installing a stove could cost nearly £2,000, so is it worth it? Find out what affects the cost of a log burner or multi-fuel stove.
Find out more about the Ready to Burn wood fuel scheme to help reduce pollution and maintain your wood burning stove. Also read our top wood stove tips.