Smoke control stoves, also known as wood burners, are constructed similarly to multi-fuel stoves, with the primary difference being the presence of a firebrick lining, a flat fuel bed, and a log retainer. When emptying a wood burner, a bucket and spade will be required due to the presence of the flat fuel bed. Wood burns best in at least an inch of its own ashes, making a wood burner a great option for those who want to reduce their carbon footprint or do their part for the environment. When wood is burned, it is considered carbon neutral because the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere is the same as that absorbed by the tree during its growth. Using wood as a fuel source is also a renewable resource, particularly when sourced from cultivated woodland or plantations. By choosing a smoke control stove, you can enjoy the warmth and ambiance of a fire while minimizing your impact on the environment. It’s a great choice for those who want to make a sustainable choice for their home heating needs.
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