Knowledge and useful advice

You should always light a fire using dry firewood. This way you minimise your impact on the environment and you make the most of your money. For an efficient and economic solution use dry firewood and light the fire correctly.

To achieve success it's important that your chimney meets the functionality requirements. If you don't have a good chimney draught you'll risk smoke in the living room, bad combustion and annoying smoke development.

Everything you need to know about correctly lighting a fire in your wood burning stove. Make the most of your wood burning stove and your firewood - while minimising your impact on the environment.

It's important that both producers and consumers are aware of the environment and the regulations when firing in a wood burning stove. Regulation takes both the environment, climate, security and neighbours into consideration.

Today, you can choose between a wide selection of wood burning stoves, pellet stoves and hybrid stoves that suit different needs and preferences. Here, you can learn more about what to look for before investing in a new stove.

Read about interior design, exercise and much more in this category which provides new and exciting angles on the world of wood burning stoves.