While promoting our Toolkit of energy saving measures for the CaRB Project there have been a number of people express interest in wood burning stoves. Installing a wood burning stove can help cut winter fuel bills and reduce carbon emissions. There is a lot of choice though, and they won’t suit every home, so we were wondering how we could best assist the households that are interested.
You may have already installed one, or decided it is not the right thing. On the other hand you may be wondering what kind would be best, who could install it, how much it all would cost and where to get fuel from.
We thought that if enough people would appreciate some help on these sorts of questions, we could organise a short event one Saturday in one of the village halls. We would get a few good local suppliers to bring along information and some stoves, have information about fuel and flues.
We would only want to do this if there was enough interest, otherwise, we could simply recommend reputable local firms who could supply and install stoves and wood fuel.
While you may not have expressed interest we would like to find out how many people out there would be interested in such an event. If you would then please get in touch with Louise.