A wood burning stove is a great addition to any home, especially throughout the winter months. In order to enjoy your Contura Stove to the fullest, it is important that you are safe and sensible with the product. Throughout winter, the fire service is frequently called out to accidents caused by the misuse of wood burning stoves, however many of these accidents can be easily avoided if they are enjoyed carefully!
Contura has a wide range of environmentally friendly and stoves available, in a selection of different styles to suit any taste and home décor! View our full range of stoves online now.
Discover how to look after your Contura stove and reduce fire hazards with our list of safety tips below.
By using the correct wood, and storing it in a dry place, you can maximise the heat efficiency and reduce the harmful fumes that may be released. For more information about choosing the correct fuel for your Contura stove, read our guide about the importance of wood.
A build up of ash can damage your stove and potentially cause an unwanted fire! In order to prevent this, ash must be raked out regularly and placed in a metal ash bucket. But it is important to wait until the ashes have cooled down before moving them!
Never use lighter fluid or charcoal to start a fire, they are not suitable for indoor use leading to the release of toxic gasses and even an explosion. Instead, use dry newspaper and small pieces of kindling, adding wood to the fire as it grows.
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