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The Costs Of Wood Burning Stoves
The Costs Of Wood Burning Stoves

With the ever-increasing popularity of stoves, more and more homeowners are looking to invest in the perfect stove for their home. While options such as multi-fuel and gas stoves still prove popular choices, there’s nothing quite like the smell and company of a wood burning stove flickering away in ...

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Summer would be nothing without… a wood burning stove?!
Summer would be nothing without… a wood burning stove?!

That’s right, whilst a wood burning stove might evoke images of a cosy night in during the long, dark months of winter, they also make excellent additions for a trendy summer house at the bottom of the garden. So, when the summer nights feel a little chilly, you can still enjoy the garden without ha...

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Creating a cutting-edge open-plan kitchen and living area in 2018
Creating a cutting-edge open-plan kitchen and living area in 2018

No matter if you live in a small flat or a townhouse, most homeowners would like a little extra space to allow them to realise their interior design ambitions. A solution to this is to liberate your living space from restrictive walls, leaving you free to create an open-plan space, where soft furnis...

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Hearth and Home Show 2018
Hearth and Home Show 2018

Last weekend, thousands of people descended on the North Yorkshire town of Harrogate for the annual Hearth and Home Exhibition. Now in its 22nd year, the show brings together all sectors of the hearth industry, enabling exhibitors to showcase their new designs for the forthcoming season. Hearth and ...

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Clearing the air: Supporting the government's clean air strategy
Clearing the air: Supporting the government's clean air strategy

This week, the government announced plans to regulate wood-burning stoves as part of its wider clean air strategy. We at Hunter Stoves are keen to make consumers aware that not all wood-burning stoves are equally pollutant. If run with high quality recommended fuels, and if regularly maintained, a m...

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Home is Where the Hearth is
Home is Where the Hearth is

Our ‘Home is Where the Hearth is’ gallery celebrates all our lovely stoves in your beautiful homes. When shopping around for stoves, it’s sometimes difficult to think about the potential for them to fit in with the style of your home. Although retailers do a good job in replicating a homely feel in ...

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It's time to Spring clean!
It's time to Spring clean!

It’s officially Spring! The clocks have gone forward and it’s finally starting to feel like Summer is on the horizon, making it the perfect time to give your wood burning or multifuel stove a little Spring clean so that it’s ready for use when Autumn falls again. Not sure where to start? Fear not, a...

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How to identify good firewood
How to identify good firewood

You’ve browsed the brochures, surfed the net, and finally chosen the wood burning stove for you. Your charming new log burner is now nestled in your living room, waiting patiently to be lit. But wait … do you know how to identify good firewood? Choosing good quality firewood is now more important th...

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8 ways to make your home cosy for winter
8 ways to make your home cosy for winter

The days are getting shorter and it’s starting to get cold outside, which can only mean one thing… it’s time to prepare our homes for winter.

We’ve put together our best tips to give your home that cosy feeling this season, from plush rugs to comfy cushions, and the ultimate in cosiness, a wood bur...

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Hunter Stoves Group celebrates turning 21!
Hunter Stoves Group celebrates turning 21!

Hunter Stoves Group has finally reached the big 2-1, which means we can legally buy a drink in the USA, get a pilot’s licence in England to fly commercial aeroplanes, and even supervise learner drivers. The world is our oyster. But what we really want to celebrate is a generation of being at the for...

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