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7 Essential Wood Burning Stove Accessories

7 Essential Wood Burning Stove Accessories

One of the most common questions that we get asked is ‘What else do I need after I've purchased my stove?’. Here is a run-down of the basics. 
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Do I need a chimney liner for a wood burning stove?

Do I need a chimney liner for a wood burning stove?

If you are hoping to keep the budget for your wood burning stove to a minimum, you may be asking yourself: does a wood burner need a flue liner? You might be surprised to learn that getting a flue liner for your stove is actually one of the most important
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Does My Stove Need an Air Vent or Air Brick?

Does My Stove Need an Air Vent or Air Brick?

When buying a wood burning stove for the first time, you might be hesitant to want to put a hole in your wall - which is understandable. So, why do you need an air vent or brick, and what will happen if you don’t have one?
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Why is my wood burning stove spilling smoke into the room?

Why is my wood burning stove spilling smoke into the room?

Smoke leaking from a log burner into a room is a common yet frustrating issue and one that could be caused by several different factors.
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Multifuel Stoves vs Woodburners

Multifuel Stoves vs Woodburners

At first glance there doesn't seem to be much difference between wood burning and multi-fuel stoves, so it’s a common question from those wanting to buy: what really is the difference between wood burning and multi-fuel stoves?
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12mm Hearth Regulations for Free Standing Stoves

12mm Hearth Regulations for Free Standing Stoves

Why are there special building regulations for 12mm hearths and what does it mean? Stove World UK tells you everything you need to know about the building regulations for installing a 12mm hearth.
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What is a Defra approved woodburning stove?

What is a Defra approved woodburning stove?

What is a Defra approved woodburning stove and why would you want one? Stove World UK tells you what need to know about buying a stove if you live in a smoke control area and a little trade secret about why you might want to buy one even if you don't.
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What is secondary burn on a wood burning stove?

What is secondary burn on a wood burning stove?

Secondary burn is a feature incorporated in the majority of new wood burning stoves. Stove World UK explains why a woodburning stove with secondary burn is so desirable.
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Steel Stoves vs Cast Iron Stoves

Steel Stoves vs Cast Iron Stoves

Stove World has sold thousands of steel and cast iron stoves over the years, so we'd like to put to bed some fears and explain the differences between steel and cast iron.
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