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Common Complications Found With Chimneys

16th May 2012
All in all, Chimneys are a straightforward piece of ancient technology, basically consisting of a duct or flue from a room to open air on top of the roof. As the pressure at the base of the duct is lower than that at the top, smoke and other fumes are pul... Read >
Author: ZorrrZorrr

On demand hot water heaters - Positive & Negative Aspects

24th November 2011
On demand hot water heaters save energy, however they waste more water than tank type heating units One advantage is the fact that because the on demand unit doesn't have a tank, there's no continuous warmth (energy) loss in the large amount of saved war... Read >
Author: Mr. Drain Plumbing

How to Take Care of Your Danish Teak Furniture

14th February 2011
The use of 100 % natural materials as wood, stone and marble stood out the mid century home interiors: furniture, floors, walls, ceilings and rooms accessories. Utilizing them, the architects could actually connect the inside and the outdoor. Stone and... Read >
Author: Mark Jennings

What Size Wood Burning Stove Do I Need To Heat My Home?

10th January 2011
Just what exactly size wood burning stove must I obtain? This can be a most frequent issue! The instant thought that most of us have is to get the one that fills the fireplace, no matter of output. That is continually wrong, with there being placed bounda... Read >
Author: Plumbworld

Seven Reasons Why You Should Replace Your Chimney Liner

25th May 2010
Even though you rarely see it and almost never think about it, your chimney liner is among the most important parts of your house. The chimney liner's main function is to carry combustion gases safely out of your house, but it also protects your chimney a... Read >
Author: steve costigan

Don't Get Caught with an Unprimed Flue this Winter

01st October 2009
People who live in cold climates or who have been starting fireplace fires for years know about priming the flue. But what if your fireplace is a nicety, not a necessity, because you live in a temperate climate. If you're one of those people and haven't s... Read >
Author: rharrison98

Wood burners/Multi Fuel Stove Comparison

27th June 2009
Now if your reading this you've probably been thinking about the benefits of having a multi-fuel stove in your home or workspace. So you'll know they look great, save you hundreds of pounds if used as part of your central heating system and help in small ... Read >
Author: WhichBurner

How Does Gas Stoves Work

12th March 2009
GAS RANGES.--A gas stove for cooking, or gas range, as it is frequently called, consists of an oven, a broiler, and several burners over which are plates to hold pans, pots, and kettles in which food is to be cooked. As is true of a coal range, a gas rang... Read >
Author: Jackson Sloat
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