The combination of lockdown and cold weather means people are at home using their fires for many more hours per week. Unfortunately for some, this will result in a potentially dangerous chimney fire.
Properly maintained fires and chimneys are very safe but a Carbon Monoxide alarm is there to warn you if something goes wrong.
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Sometimes it's ignorance, sometimes it's accidental and sometimes it's deliberate.
If you try to burn sawdust on your stove or open fire you'll be disappointed. It will tend to smother a nice fire and produce lots and lots of smoke. That's a pity if you have lot's of waste sawdust.
To prevent chimney fires, book regular chimney sweeping appointments.
It’s barbecue time right now so here are some yum-tastic tips on how to light a barbecue