Rarely do we think about multifuel stoves in Litherland; when most of us think about a fireplace, images of burning wood logs jump to mind.
The environment and fossil fuels are a topic of concern for most us, so most of think twice about ‘burning a fire’. However on a cold winter’s day, it sure feels nice to sit in front of a fire. With the rising cost of wood logs and natural gas, is it a good idea to purchase a multifuel stove?
Folk in Litherland ask, multifuel stoves or a traditional wood-burning one? The Fireplace Studio frequently receives queries from customers about which is better. According to staff at The Fireplace Studio, multifuel stoves definitely have more strong points over their traditional counterpart. For one thing, a multifuel stove enables you to burn many types of fuels from eco-friendly fuels to traditional wood logs. As a result, you do not have to worry about the cost of fossil fuels. Multifuel stoves are also more efficient. For example, solid fuel will burn at a high temperature and for a long time. Another plus point with multifuel stoves is that they reduce condensation and as a result the chances of mould and damp occurring are also minimized. In the event of a natural disaster, local power is the first thing to shut off. This is a problem in the winter time but not if you have a multifuel stove because you will still have a heat source. Lastly, if you happen to reside in a smokeless zone, then you simply have to choose a smokeless fuel in order to reap the benefits of a fireplace!
If you are still wondering whether multifuel stoves in Litherland are a good option, then give The Fireplace Studio a call. They house a large of number for fireplaces in their showroom located in Aintree, which can help you decide the benefits of having a multifuel stove. Best of all, they also undertake the installation for you, so you don’t have to worry about finding someone to do it.