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My landlord put in a wood burner for me today, bit late as I've been frrreeezzizing since Jan, but better late than never! It's a 5 kw stove made by dean stoves, I have never heard of them but they are made in Devon so can't be bad!

Don't know how much it cost or how it will burn but it seems ok

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Seen them in the showroom. The combustion design I think is much the same as Woodwarm (also Devon made) which is no bad thing :thumbup1:

 

A mate had one and was so pleased with it got a second for his place in France

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Trying to convince my wife a wood burner for the house would be a good idea and something to cuddle up in front of the TV won't print her reply

 

 

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Get one - best thing I've done. Only two winters under my belt but gas bill has dropped dramatically, probably 40-50%. Soon adds up, logs are sort of free and no hassle of delivering them to customers

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Nice stove and an even nicer gas bill from here on in. Adding to the need of an install cert. I noticed a new way to increase Landlord Building Insurance; the type of heating now needs specifying and having a wood stove now puts up the price.

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I know it's boring, but (esp if a rented property), should have installation certificate and a direct external air source if 5kw and above.

 

Nice stove!

 

What about a carbon monoxide detector ? Aren't they a requirement as well?

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What about a carbon monoxide detector ? Aren't they a requirement as well?

 

 

Yes, I believe so. If it's not been fitted with the burner, they are relatively cheap to buy anyway. Just makes for good sense esp if your family is in the house. 👍🏻

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We had 2 wood burners fitted 2 years ago both had a carbon monoxide fitted near by.

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