Must-Know Rules for Collecting Firewood

Collecting wood for the fire is not as simple as taking a drive to the nearest forest area and chopping down any tree you fancy. The National Approach to Firewood Collection and Use in Australia was compiled over 17 years ago as a guideline. The document focuses on ensuring ecologically sustainable firewood collection practices for individual and commercial use. Here are the most important rules to remember next time you need to collect firewood for your fireplace.

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Three Places To Install A Fireplace Other Than Your Living Room

You can’t beat the ambience created by a crackling fire. The scent of burning wood, the glow and the warmth are enough to make you forget about the cold world outside as you snuggle up in your living room. But there’s no need to limit the pleasures of a wood fireplace to only one space. Tradition has always dictated placement in the living room, but who says you can’t enjoy the comforts of a fireplace in any number of other rooms too? Let’s take a look at three different rooms in which you can install a fireplace other than your living room.  

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3 Hot Tips For Buying Firewood

A great wood fire roars and crackles, radiating heat throughout a room, however you can’t expect a fire to burn efficiently by itself. There are a few factors to consider when building a great fire and a major consideration, after purchasing a good quality wood fireplace, is the wood itself.

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Top Tips For Stacking Wood In Your Fireplace

Picture the scene. An icy wind is blowing outside, and the rain is forcing the temperature down into single figures. Inside, the family is settling in for the evening; you’ve found the perfect Netflix movie to watch and the popcorn and hot chocolate smell incredible. It should be the perfect winter evening, but you haven’t stacked the fire correctly, and it isn’t heating up the room!

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