Over the past few months you have heard about the clean air strategy and carbon emissions being bad for the environment and extinction rebellion campaigning for new policies but this has been heavily taken out of context and has been quite damaging for the stove and flue industry.Continue reading
Flue Supplies News
Flue Supplies News
With the summer fast approaching, you find yourself spending more time in the garden or on the patio socialising or just spending quality time with the family.
And the time has come for the outdoor kitchen or BBQ to be uncovered, cleaned and cranked up for the first time.
Pizza Ovens, Chimnea or outdoor kitchens are becoming more popular in the UK and a great talking point with your guests or family members you haven't seen for some time.
We at Flue Supplies offer the very best in single skin Vitreous enamel stove pipe and Jeremias Twin wall systems to fit your ovens. These systems allow you to cook with ease and with the reassurance that you have a system that assures a quality performance.
We have a choice of selected finishes for your system ranging from Matt Black, Gloss Block or Stainless Steel.
So if your thinking of buying or building an outdoor kitchen or pizza oven speak to Fluesupplies for your quality chimney product.
One of the last remaining functioning chimney mills was demolished in the remote town of Feniscowles, Blackburn to make way for a massive 500 home estate enterprise. It took no less than three quarters of an hour for the 42 metre chimney to cool down after dominating the Blackburn skyline for more than 140 years. It was one of only a few original structures remaining from the Sappi Paper Mill that took control of the estate in the mid-1970s. 63 year old john Warburton who owns the Cherry Tree firm said that “It was a real softie. This was my 101st demolition of a mill chimney. It’s a bitter-sweet experience as we used to maintain them, including this one at Sappi. “It is the best in the borough and will remain.”
You can watch the footage of the historic structure collapse at the following link https://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news/14271621.PICTURES_VIDEO__End_of_an_era_as_historic_Blackburn_mill_chimney_falls_to_earth___/
The Office of National Statistics refers to a chimney fire as any fire in an occupied building where the fire was confined within the chimney structure. In the year 2013-2014 there were just 7,700, a decline of 18% (9,400) from the year previous. This decline is a positive step and proves how increased awareness of the causes of chimney fires can prevent major damage to homes, especially since the sales and installations of stoves and log burners has increased over the last few years.Continue reading