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  1. Thanks for this! Heat output is definitely a slight concern. I'm looking at pretty diddy 2 or 3kw stoves. I imagine that could still overheat a well-insulated room (probably about 5 x 3m) but my main worry is just it affecting the neighbours too much as I will end up not using it out of feeling bad. Reassuring to hear that you think I might be ok, thanks.
  2. Hi, I'm looking to have a garden office / man cave built in the coming months. Would love a multifuel / log burner in there if possible - we have one in the house and nights by the flames are the best. Just have a few questions and wondered if anybody here could advise me, please? We have a fairly large garden but neighbours' gardens on either side and to the back. We live in a smoke-free zone so it would be kiln-dried wood or smokeless coal burned only. With a lower flue, probably only around 3m in the air, would the smoke from this be very unpleasant for the neighbours? It would be the dream to have a wood burner in there but if it was noticeably smoky then I'd probably just rarely light it anyway, so it would be rendered pointless. Any words of wisdom / experience appreciate! Thanks


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