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The burning of wood as a natural source for both cooking and heat is one of the oldest known to mankind. Today it not only remains one of the most environmentally friendly ways of heating individual rooms or whole houses, but also is also very economical. As oil prices continue to spiral out of control and other power sources being questioned in terms of damage to the environment, wood burners provide both a practical and stylish solution.

Typically using timber to heat and cook with provides a 30% saving on the gas or oil equivalents, and being carbon neutral it helps protects the environment. They also are 3 to 4 times more energy efficient than traditional open fires. Wood burners will supply 75% of the heat generated from your fuel outwards into your room, with only 25% disappearing up the chimney. Open fires on the other hand, are likely to only generate only 15 -20% of outward heat, so in effect you will need to put 4 logs onto an open fire to gain the same result as 1 log into a wood burner!

Champion of the wood burning cause is specialist supplier Jotul. They have been the leading manufacturer of wood burning and cast iron stoves since 1853. Having also recently joined forces with SCAN another major manufacturer of multi fuel stoves and burners has resulted in being able to offer a vast choice in its product portfolio to suit every taste and style.

Nick Sloane, Marketing Director at Jotul UK comments “Fuel and energy efficiency is now top of the list for most homeowners, especially with the new home buyers pack now being introduced more customers are turning to wood burners as the attractive and practical alternative.”

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