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Blog posts tagged with 'Woodburning Stoves'

Cosy Christmas Fires: Dos and Don'ts for Your Wood-Burning Stove

The holiday season is upon us, and there is nothing quite like the warm, flickering glow of a wood-burning stove to create a cosy Christmas atmosphere. Whether you are a seasoned stove user or a newcomer, it is essential to keep a few dos and don'ts in mind to ensure a safe and festive experience. ...

Mendip’s new Ashcott-Wide wood burner offers a spectacular view of the flickering flames

Imagine coming home after a hard day at work or a refreshing walk at the weekend to the warmth and cosy glow of a wood-burning stove. Not only does a freestanding stove add heat and character to a room but it also brings a central focal point to living areas, dining spaces and open-plan living. The ...

Help! My Stove Doesn't Light Properly

During the Spring and Autumn months, temperatures can rise suddenly making it a lot warmer outside than inside. When this happens, it can sometimes lead to what we in the stove industry call Spring / Autumn Chimney Syndrome. Spring / Autumn Syndrome is when the air in the chimney begins operating i...

Compact & Classic. The Ashcott from Mendip Stoves ticks all boxes.

A wood-burning stove is an ideal accompaniment to traditional radiators or underfloor heating. Not only does it give living rooms and open-plan spaces a cosy glow and instant heat, but it also provides a focal point and, with classic and contemporary designs to choose from, there’s something t...

Why does my stove have a catalyser and what does that mean?

Whether you live in a country cottage, a modern new-build or an urban apartment, there’s nothing quite like coming home to the warmth and cosy feeling of a wood-burning stove. With eco-friendly design firmly at the forefront of all stove designs, some of the models we offer now come with an en...

The Churchill 5 Multi-Fuel Stove is an Ecodesign Model with a Clean, Efficient Burn

The Churchill 5 DC from Mendip Stoves creates a cosy interior with a clean, efficient burn that complies with all the new rules which began in January this year (2022). The impressive curved door, which is made from cast iron, features a large viewing window and dual air control. This gives users ev...

What Wood to burn on your Woodburner?

Before deciding which type of wood to burn on your Woodburner, you have to remember that whatever wood you decide to burn needs to be dried, fully seasoned and with a moisture level of less than 20%. Moisture levels can be easily checked with a moisture metre if buying from a local source, or large ...

The Loxton 5 multi-fuel stove from Mendip keeps classic or contemporary interiors cosy

It may be the season for planning outdoor entertaining and alfresco dining with family and friends. But autumn/winter will come round quickly, making this the perfect time to start preparing for those chilly months ahead. With energy bills due to increase yet again this October, multi-fuel stoves ar...

Fire Bricks - When do they need replacing?

The summer is the best time to do any maintenance on your woodburning stove, as you aren’t using it frequently and if parts have a lead time on them, you can order them ready for the Autumn when the nights start to draw in. Vermiculite is a brilliant material for the interior of fire chambers...

Top Tips for storing wood at home

If you’ve purchased kiln dried wood, it’s always advisable to find somewhere indoors to store it, a garage or shed is fine, but by storing your kiln dried wood outside then it will begin to absorb the moisture from the air. If you’ve got your own way of collecting firewood, you&...


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