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SIA Urges for Ecodesign

The Stove Industry Alliance (SIA) is urging homeowners to consider replacing their older stoves and open fires with an advanced Ecodesign Ready model to help improve air quality and significantly reduce particulate emissions. Independent tests carried out by Kiwa show that advanced Ecodesign Ready stoves produce up to 90% fewer emissions than open fires and up to 80% fewer than stoves of more tha... Read More

Posted on Tue 11th Feb, 2020 in: Blog

Christmas Opening Hours

Our Christmas opening days and times are as follows: Friday 20th December- Open 9-5 Saturday 21st December- Open 9-1 Monday 23rd December- Open 9-5 Tuesday 24th December- Open for the morning Wednesday 25th December- Closed Thursday 26th December- Closed Friday 27th December- Closed Saturday 28th December- Closed Monday 30th December- Open 9-5 Tuesday 31st December- Open 9-5 Wednesday 1... Read More

Posted on Fri 20th Dec, 2019 in: Blog

Our new Bulk Blow Tanker!

Our new bulk blow tanker has arrived with us and is ready for action!   It holds up to 9 tonnes of pellets but is still small enough to fit in those hard to reach areas! Contact us for a quote for biomass pellets, and to arrange a delivery.... Read More

Posted on Tue 24th Sep, 2019 in: Small Scale Bulk Blow Vehicle

Site Visit to Land Energy's production plant in Girvan

We are proud to become a distributor for a UK pellet supplier. This gives us confidence in our quality and supply in demand, but most of all, pride in the quality of our pellets. Becoming a distributor for Land Energy gave us an invite for a tour around their production plant in Girvan, Ayrshire. At this site they produce all of their UK produced biomass pellet, under the name of Woodlets, and the... Read More

Posted on Wed 12th Jun, 2019 in: Blog

Kamado Joe: The best charcoal grill in the world!

A decision was made that we needed to add a Grill/Barbeque to enhance our summer range. You may think that a barbeque is a barbeque. It may be disposable, it may be an outdoor kitchen, it will be either gas or charcoal and of course price is always a consideration – but what about passion? That may be for a certain lifestyle, passion about your food, it’s presentation and how it taste... Read More

Posted on Fri 12th Apr, 2019 in: BlogOutdoor Cooking

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