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woodburning stove installer
- godric (5th Nov 2019 10:37:09)

Please can anyone recommend a wood burning stove chimney installer. Have the stove but need a chimney
Thanks in anticipation
07967 511556

Re: woodburning stove installer
- Lucy (5th Nov 2019 19:06:00)

Sam from STK Stoves installed ours. We were really pleased with his work. His number is 07879 997739

Many thanks

Re: woodburning stove installer
- Dawn Hoskins (6th Nov 2019 16:00:06)

We went with the place in Weyhill/Haslemere next to the hairdressers.
they came and gave us a quote which was the same price as most - although MUCH cheaper than the Liphook shop.
It was the nearest one at the same price as the majority of providers, that has real people and an actual shop you can walk into.

I love my woodburner

Re: woodburning stove installer
- Liam (7th Nov 2019 10:34:53)

Hi Godric,

I would be more than happy to come and give you a quotation, my number is 07715 875 174



Re: woodburning stove installer
- Katie (7th Nov 2019 22:02:02)

Don at Barefoot Stoves is brilliant.

Re: woodburning stove installer
- er (8th Nov 2019 11:24:01)

Anyone thinking of a wood burning stove this winter, overall if we are going to save planet earth for our children we are going to have to stop burning the most polluting fuels. Which had an article recently where it says household domestic burning of solid fuels (excluding gas or electric), traditionally coal but more commonly now wood, accounts for 38% of our entire national harmful particulate emissions PMs across the UK, according to Defra which I believe is planning to bring in stricter controls (coal or damp wood being the worst of the lot). To put it in perspective, all transport activities accounts for 12% and industry as a whole 18%. So if your going this route please check that you have the least polluting type, not just for yourselves but your neighbours, especially if they have asthma, some stoves apparently much cleaner burning than others and it's really important to get the latest ones recommended by DEFRA.

Re: woodburning stove installer
- Yellow Bannanna Adrian (9th Nov 2019 20:23:43)


Ignore er and go for it.

I hardly think your few logs compares with the hundreds of coal fired power stations in China and India and they currently have with 500 more for China being built now and the extra 300 being built in India.

People have to realize that the carbon produced in UK in minor and the developing areas need to sort out their issues.

The only real solution is less people. As a relative of mine said we need a good culling.

Re: woodburning stove installer
- Ellie (13th Nov 2019 21:20:47)

Another vote for Don at Barefoot Stoves

Re: woodburning stove installer
- Jay (25th Nov 2019 17:57:48)

... oh, and what about volcanoes? Erupting Volcanoes?

According to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), the world's volcanoes, both on land and undersea, generate about 200 million tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) annually, while our automotive and industrial activities cause some 24 billion tons of CO2 emissions every year worldwide.

Burning wood releases carbon, stored over the previous decades, in one quick burst. For an equal amount of heat or electricity, it releases more CO2 than burning gas, oil and even coal, so straight away we have more CO2 in the air from burning wood. although this should be reabsorbed as trees regrow

Nuff said. Get a wood burner.

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