Solving your stove problems and getting the most from your fuel are some of the key features of the FlueCube Chimney Cowl, in some cases reducing the amount of fuel you burn. We appreciate that customers will have many questions about this so addition to the comments below, we are always happy to answer your questions over the telephone or by email.

How much is the FlueCube?
The FlueCube’s unique design enables the wood burning stove to burn fuel more efficiently leaving only ash dust at the bottom of your stove.

The FlueCube is £290 plus vat including delivery. You get what you pay for – there are loads of cheap cowls but they won’t solve your stove problems like the FlueCube will and they won’t last. The FlueCube is patented, made of 316 stainless steel so won’t rust and has no moving parts so won’t break even in high winds or clog and it’s British made. Works and lasts, that’s great value!
How does it work?
See this page on the website:
How the FlueCube Chimney Cowl Works
Where can I buy a FlueCube?
You can buy a FlueCube from us here at  If you are not sure and have questions, give us a call 01580 715870 or 07904 022188. We are very friendly and won't sell it to you if we don't think it's the right product for you as we guarantee its peformance.
How easy is it to install my FlueCube?
Easy to install but you need to be safe on ladders and roofs so don't try it if your are not used ladders and roofs! Ask your local sweep or roofer or contact us at or 01580 715 870 for a list of installers in your area if you don't know any.
What standards does the FlueCube meet?
We are a member of the European Federation of Chimney Sweeps through the National Association of Chimney Sweeps(NACS). We are an Associate member of the Guild of Master Sweeps. The FlueCube is BRSIA tested to conform to British Safety Standards.BS715:1993 & BSEN 1856-1:2005, Compliant with the National Environment written laws: AS/NZS 4012 and AS/NZS 4013.
How big is the FlueCube?
The FlueCube is 30.5cm long with a width of 30.5cm; with a choice of 4 colours, the FlueCube blends in with your current chimney. You won’t notice it is there but you will notice the benefits!
How efficient will my wood burner become with a FlueCube Chimney Cowl installed?
The FlueCube’s unique design enables the wood burning stove to burn fuel more efficiently leaving only ash dust at the bottom of your stove.

How efficient overall your wood burner becomes with a FlueCube will depend on a number of factors; the fuel you burn, make of stove, length of chimney, the location of your home, so we can't put a definitive figure on efficiency. What we can say is our customers have all seen a positive improvement. For example

"There have been times recently when we would not even have been able to light the stove, Easterly winds for example would have made it impossible. Since we fitted the FlueCube on to our 8" twin wall it has been amazing transforming our stove experience. The stove now runs efficiently and, yes saving on fuel, it has performed just like you said it would. We are already telling our friends I hope you sell thousands. "

Mr R Sharples Banbury.

Have a look at our testimonial page for the different scenarios customers have experienced.
Does the FlueCube work with Multi Fuel Stoves Aga's and Rayburns?
As long as you have a flue or flexi liner in the chimney the FlueCube will work with these stoves. It will also improve the performance of stoves and stop downdraft issues.
Will I still need to have my Chimney cleaned?
Yes, but the FlueCube will help to keep your chimney clean for longer, which is good for stove efficiency, providing you burn dry, low resin wood. We support chimney sweeps in recommending that chimneys are inspected and cleaned regularly.

What kind of wood should I use?
First of all your wood should be dry, seasoned and split. The most suitable firewoods are oak, hazel, ash, hornbeam, birch and hawthorn. As long as they are well seasoned, we would also recommend apple, beech, cherry, elm, chestnut, plane, rowan, sycamore and yew.

Make sure you wood supplier has a good reputation and be wary of cheap wood as it is often green, which is a false economy.
How should I store wood for my burner?
For optimal results your wood needs to be well seasoned and dry before it is burnt in a wood burner with a FlueCube. (Note: different woods take varying amounts of time to season.) Your wood should be split, stacked under cover, with sides open to air for at least a year.
Does FlueCube support British industry?
Yes our FlueCubes are proudly made in Great Britain, under licence from FlueCube NZ.
How does the FlueCube help the environment?
By creating a positive draw through the flue system stabilizing the burn within the stove and thus enabling the stove to perform (burn) at a much greater efficiency consuming a larger amount of black carbon (soot) then would previously be possible. (Black Carbon is widely acknowledged to be a significant contributor to Arctic ice-melt )
Note: The FlueCube is supported by Low Carbon Kent, where we are located, because of its potential to reduce black carbon.
Why is it important to burn wood more cleanly using a FlueCube?
The EU recognizes the importance of reducing particulates, the biggest polluter being our cars as part of their long-term climate strategy. Wood is a sustainable resource, meaning that it is an environmentally friendly option when it comes to heating your home, and burning wood is a carbon-neutral activity. Further reducing particulates caused by burning fuel can only be a good thing. FlueCube is supported by the European Regional Development Fund to help us get this message across.
Does it work on open fires?
It can work on open fires but call FlueCube first to discuss your fire and clarify the problem.
Is the FlueCube Guaranteed to Work.
Yes if you have a regulation stove and flue installed then the FlueCube should do its job, stopping down draught and creating a positive draw. If it’s not doing this on installation then we will take it back and refund your money.