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   Apr 06

Environmental Benefits of a Log Maker

Some people think that by burning paper logs made in a Log Maker in an open fire or wood burning stove it is not very kind to the environment. After all, they say, burning paper creates smoke. However, while this is true, the amount of emissions put out by burning paper logs is much, much [...]

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   Mar 29

Counting the cost of a Wood Burning Stove

Along with the Aga, wood burning stoves have become a popular item in many homes. This back to basics from of home heating can be a great eco friendly alternative to central heating and gas and electric fires. Wood burning stoves put out a lot of heat, and while they also produce emissions in the [...]

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   Feb 02

The True Cost of Home Heating

Recycling paper and cardboard into burnable fuel in a Logmaker makes sense for anybody that has an open fire or wood burning stove to supplement their home heating. The cost of home heating is now quite staggering, with huge price rises in recent years seeing the cost of staying warm almost double in a little [...]

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   Jan 23

Some Surprising Things you can put in a Log Maker

If you have already bought one or are looking to buy a Logmaker, you may think that you can only use newspaper and waste paper to make your logs. However, all sorts of things can go into a Logmaker and be turned into burnable fuel for the fire. Here are some of the more surprising [...]

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   Jan 02

What to Burn in your Logmaker

Logmakers are a great way to recycle waste and provide free home heating. Making your own logs out of household waste and other materials is easy to do too. Logmakers come will full instructions and it doesn’t take long to get the hang of compacting all the materials into burnable logs that can be thrown [...]

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   Dec 27

The Cost of Paper Waste

Paper and paper-based products such as cardboard, are one of the most relied upon materials, even in today’s digital age. Everyday, letters, envelopes, newspapers and takeaway menus arrive though most people’s letterboxes, and paper still plays a key role as packaging material for many of the products we buy. At this time of year, even [...]

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   Nov 16

Logmaker at Christmas

Christmas is only a few weeks away, but it the time of year when Logmakers really come into their own. If you have an open fire or wood burning stove and haven’t got a Logmaker yet then you really should think about it. Christmas is a time when there is not only a need for [...]

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   Nov 08

Open Fires: Reducing Smoke and Maximising Heat

Having an open fire or wood burning stove can provide an efficient and cheaper alternative for heating a home compared to gas or electric central heating. However, some people are put off using an open fire because of the smoke produced and the need to continuously keep placing fuel on the fire. However, by using [...]

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   Nov 02

Benefits of a Wood-burning Stove

While they may seem like a throwback to Victorian England, wood-burning stoves are making a comeback. The cost of heating a home using gas and electric has risen dramatically in recent years, so more and more people are looking for alternative methods. Wood-burning stoves are an incredibly effective way of providing home heating, but their [...]

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   Oct 23

Where to find Free Firewood

Perhaps the cheapest and most eco friendly way of heating your home is to use an open fire or wood burning stove. With today’s record high gas and electric prices, burning wood on a fire can dramatically reduce your home heating bills. However, seasoned wood to burn on a fire still costs money, but one [...]

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