An easy to read guide on absolutely everything you need to know about a woodburning stove, from finding the fuel and seasoning it, to lighting the stove and operating it cleanly, this book describes the best techniques for looking after your log stove.
Using a woodburning stove effectively is both an art and a science.
In this friendly, comprehensive guide, chartered forester and woodfuel expert Will Rolls talks the reader through the theory and practice of getting the best results from their stove. From finding the fuel and seasoning it, to lighting the stove and operating it cleanly, this book describes the best techniques for looking after your log stove.
The Log Book covers log suppliers, avoiding too much smoke and ash, checking fuel quality and picking the best wood for your fire. This second edition includes revisions and expanded information including:
- A guide to choosing a stove
- Information on accessories such as heat fans and temperature gauges
- Tips for cleaning stove glass
- Uses for wood ash
The Log Book also includes: flu temperature gauges, heat fans, stacking logs, vent burners and much more.
"As a long-term woodburner owner I thought I'd learned all there was to know about them. I was wrong, Will Roll's excellent book taught me much more about the fine art of burning wood and getting the most from our prized possession. Highly recommended."
Aranya, permaculture teacher and author of Permaculture Design: a step-by-step guide
|Book title||The Log Book: Getting the best from your woodburning stove|