All Country Kiln Stoves are both multi fuel stoves, wood burning stoves and logburners. Wood, coal and peat can be burnt alone or together.
The multi fuel grate is included free of charge in each stove. Coal likes airflow from underneath so when burning coal you should always burn on the grate. If you are burning mainly wood this may burn too quickly with air coming from underneath. You should keep the stove’s bottom vents open whilst lighting your stove and thereafter closed or half closed.
A good tip is to remember with wood burning and multi fuel stoves is that you are aiming for warmth and glow, NOT size of flame. Coals which were developed for open fires have been developed to provide flame. This makes these types of coal more expensive. With wood burning and multi fuel stoves you are aiming for glow so you can happily purchase cheaper coal and keep your heating costs down further. Cheap coal can be mixed with more expensive coal, mixed with coal for open fires, or mixed with wood, again to create a cost-effective warm glow. High flames can cause accidental overfiring.
If you would like more details or assistance with the installation of a Country Kiln Wood Burning Stoves please email your query to firstname.lastname@example.org (The Country Kiln team respond to all emails within 24 hours) or call 01560 483966 Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm GMT or Saturday 10am to 1pm