Preparing For The ChillPosted on - 22.09.22
With energy prices on the rise, and weather conditions rapidly changing, we are looking for more cost-effective ways to warm our homes. Have you considered a log burner this winter?
For a number of years, log burners have been increasing in popularity. Not only do they offer a room a nice cosy feeling, but they can also offer a great deal of heat. Great when you primarily use one room.
As we have seen the cost of gas and electric price skyrocket in 2022 many of us are doing what we can to save a few pennies here and there. For many, this includes turning the heating off altogether. While it might be okay to throw an extra jacket on, or an additional blanket on the bed this autumn, by the time we hit the winter, you might want to start considering your options.
Log burners primarily only heat the room that they are in, however, you can feel the effects in the room above, and small effects in any room which backs onto the same chimney breast. While it may only be a small effect it is usually enough to take the bitter chill off.
As many of us spend the majority of our time in one room of the house until we go to bed, log burners allow you to focus the heat in that room, rather than heating a whole empty house.
Over the last couple of years, the government has introduced restrictions as to what you can burn in your home and garden. This has included stopping the sale of wet logs and coal and enforcing the sale of kiln-dried logs.
Kiln-dried logs burn cleaner, so while they are better for the environment, they are also significantly better for your family too. You can greatly reduce the smoke and pollutants that enter your room by investing in kiln-dried hardwood logs in Stoke on Trent from D Price & Sons.
If you are interested in learning more about ording logs to help cut your fuel bills, get in touch with the team today. We are specialists in kiln-dried hardwood logs in Stoke on Trent.