Best Wood to Burn in Your Stove

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Every wood is different in the way it burns and to fully enjoy the benefits of your wood stove, it is important to use the best wood for creating a long-lasting flame with good heat output. The Six Best Woods: 1. Ash (Fraxinus)- is thought to be the very best wood to burn and can even burn when green, although you get the best results when ash is dry, as is true with most any other wood. 2. Beech (Fagus)- is another good burner but not whilst green as it has a much higher moisture content. It is pale cream in colour with a pink or brown hue. 3. Hawthorn (Crataegus)- has a slow burn rate and good heat output. 4. Rowan (Sorbus)- is similar to hawthorn and also known […]


Many Advantages Of Feather Edge Cladding

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You have a number of options when searching for the perfect cladding profile for your shed. One of these options is feather edge cladding. However, it is often considered a low quality option for shed cladding and this reputation is entirely undeserved. This type of cladding profile is affordable and makes use of thin narrow panels. One of the most common misconceptions associated with this type of cladding profile is that the small section size and thin panels might lead to distortion and warping in the future. Feather boards are available in many different widths ranging from the typical 100 mm to more than 200 mm. The bigger feather edge boards have the advantage of being thicker which keeps the timber in place and reduces the risk of distortion and […]