Chimney and smoke

The chimney is important for a successful wood burning stove experience

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You can install your own chimney. Read good advice here and find guidance when it comes to observing chimney rules. Read about legal requirements, the installation process and how to ensure that the smoke is conducted from the wood burning stove without being an annoyance for your neighbours or the environment.

Is there smoke in your living room when you light a fire in your wood burning stove? That might be because your chimney doesn’t meet the necessary requirements. But there are several solutions to the problem. Read about them here on this website. You could also ask a chimney sweep for advice. Remember that your chimney sweep must approve the installation of your wood burning stove and chimney before they’re used for the first time.

 

How to install a chimney

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When you install a chimney, you have to make sure that you observe the relevant rules and regulations in your country.

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The chimney is the engine of the wood burning stove

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The chimney has a central function for the wood burning stove. That's why it's important that it's been installed correctly and functions optimally - only this way you'll achieve success with your wood burning stove. Read about optimising the draught in the chimney here.

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Chimney smoke - doesn't hurt the Danes

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Tests show that the amount of air pollution in Denmark has been greatly reduced. Modern technology and the development of wood burning stoves ensure an eco-friendly combustion process. It's important to fire correctly so the smoke that's released into the air doesn't bother anyone.

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