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Kiln-Dried Logs Woodsure `Ready to Burn`

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If you are using a wood-burner or a multi-fuel stove, you will need a good stock of logs to heat your home. We recommend our kiln-dried Ash and Birch Logs.  The lower the moisture content of your firewood, the more heat is produced.  This means more heat for your room with less smoke and steam going up your chimney. All our kiln-dried logs are approx.  25cm, and under 20% moisture. Individual Nets and Sacks of our approved supplier are Woodsure `Ready to Burn` and can be bought at our showroom or online at www.swainsonandcowins.co.uk For bulk home deliveries call 01768...

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Wood Pellet Update February 2018

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Swainson and Cowin will have a delivery of bagged Wood Pellets arriving in dribs and drabs throughout February.  Initially we will be limiting the quantity that can be ordered per customer. We advise calling 01768 862455 and getting on our customer list, if you have not already done so, to add your details to our waiting list.  Why? If you are shopping for bagged wood pellets right now you’ve probably noticed that most retailers are short of stock, or have dramatically increased their prices.  There is a European wide shortage of wood fibre (the raw materials pellets are made from),...

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Choosing a Wood Burning Stove - heat ouput

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Heat Output: How to Choose a Wood-burning Stove The first thing you need to consider when purchasing a wood-burning (or multi-fuel) stove is heat output vs. the size and type of room you wish to heat.  Most manufacturers quote a range of heat outputs, i.e. a 5 kW appliance will be quoted "range 2 - 7kW ", this is due to the 'intermittent' nature of the stove's operation.  To obtain a heat output of 7kW you will need to top up your stove regularly, but if you let the wood die down, the heat will reduce until it finally goes...

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Why install you new multi-fuel stove now?

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Why get your stove installed in the summer? The most popular time to buy a stove tends to be in the autumn, when the cooler temperatures and shorter days focuses people’s attention towards keeping warm and spending more time in doors. So why would you buy a stove or fire in the summer? As winter approaches, most reliable stove stores are booked through the autumn season. Get a jump on the smart trend of cutting winter costs by adding a new wood-burning or multi-fuel stove, fireplace insert or gas fireplace to your home this summer. There are some very good reasons for this:   Time...

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Get £150 of fuel FREE

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FREE Fuel Order any Charnwood stove in January 2017 receive your choice of £150* of smokeless fuel and/or kiln-dried, ash hardwood logs...FREE *Single delivery to installation address within CA postcode 10 year guarantee As a Charnwood stockist a full range of wood-burning and multi-fuel stoves is available to order in our stove showroom with a 10 year guarantee.

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