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FlueCube becomes even more effective on the back of new government policy – latest on wood burning.

Owners of wood burners, stoves and open fires will no longer be able to buy coal or wet wood to burn in them, under a ban to be rolled out from next year. Sales of the two most polluting fuels will be phased out in England to help cut air pollution, the government says. Bags […]

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FlueCube exhibits at the Glamping Show.

FlueCube exhibits at 2016 Glamping Show. FlueCube exhibited at this years Glamping Show to high light the challenges of short chimneys on accommodation with stoves lack of draft and down draft problems are the main issues something the FlueCube over comes.

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FlueCube featured in Farming Scotland Magazine.

Very positive article on the FlueCube Chimney Cowl in the home section of Farming Scotland Magazine the FlueCube is very popular in Scotland because of the adverse weather conditions.

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What fuel should I be burning in my wood burning stove.

Man has been burning wood, for heat, for thousands of years. Today, burning wood in the modern home is seen as alternative or a compliment to electricity gas, and oil fired central heating. The open fireplace, once so common, is still popular for aesthetic or sentimental reasons but it is not an efficient way to […]

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Low Carbon Kent endorses FlueCube Chimney Cowls.

FlueCube, a Kent based company, has been given a grant by Low Carbon Kent, whose British made chimney cowl actively reduces carbon emissions. Dubbed “the clever chimney cowl”, the Flue Cube was invented to improve the performance of wood burning and multi fuel stoves as well overcoming familiar problems such as smoke blow-back caused by […]

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FlueCube chimney cowls at the Hearth and Home Exhibition.

You only had to be at this year’s Hearth and Home Show to see how healthy the solid fuel market continues to be. This was our third year at the exhibition and we were fortunate enough to be included on the SFL stand who manufacture the FlueCube chimney cowl for us here in the UK. […]

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The popularity of wood burning stoves continues to grow.

To many, they are a symbol of old, rural ways – a traditional way of heating a home and conserving fuel. But the wood burning stove has become the new badge of middle-class success – with more and more families spending upwards of £3,000 to have one fitted. At least 175,000 households are installing a […]

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FlueCube chimney cowls gets 5 star customer rating.

In a recent conversation with a stove retailer we were asked what makes the FlueCube so special? Many of the chimney cowls on the market keep out birds and vermin, protect from rain and snow and claim to cure a downdraught problem. The difference with FlueCube is that it actually works! As our customer feedback […]

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Going Green

We are working to promote living roofs and walls across London – they're not only good for the environment but also improve our quality of life. As London continues to grow, with more people living closer together, vegetated roofs and walls, roof terraces and roof gardens can all play a key part in improving the […]

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Weather

Air pollution in China and other Asian countries is having far-reaching impacts on weather patterns across the Northern Hemisphere, a study suggests. Researchers have found that pollutants are strengthening storms above the Pacific Ocean, which feeds into weather systems in other parts of the world. The effect was most pronounced during the winter. The study […]

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Clean Fuels

Millions of tonnes of carbon dioxide could be prevented from entering the atmosphere following the discovery of a way to turn coal, grass or municipal waste more efficiently into clean fuels. Scientists have adapted a process called “gasification” which is already used to clean up dirty materials before they are used to generate electricity or […]

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About Drafts

Drafts can be created by low or high pressure regions. A low pressure region will attract air from the surrounding area, which will move towards the center and then rise, creating an updraft. A high pressure region will then attract air from the surrounding area, which will move towards the center and sink, creating a […]

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Cold Flue 2

Un-insulated cast-iron or other single wall flue pipes should never be used outside a house as a chimney. The severe chilling of flue gases, particularly when an appliance is burning slowly, not only results in unsightly condensation but more seriously reduces flue draft so much that dangerous fumes may be emitted from the appliance, because […]

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Cold Flue 1

A exposed chimney cools the flue gases rapidly and draft is never as it is in a well protected flue. If the fire has been out for sometime,or the flue damper or thermostat has been closed for several hours, the chimney draft may well be reduced to cause smokiness.

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Homebuilding & Renovating

Four days at the NEC for The National Homebuilding & Renovating Show have reinforced that market confidence is returning with a vengeance. Visitor numbers were massively up by 20% with 32,353 attending the show. Whilst numbers are important, the Homebuilding & Renovating brand is built around a project driven audience no matter how large or […]

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