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All stove owners will know how important it is to ensure that you have a steady supply of fuel. With this said, it is important that you know how and where to store it in order to ensure that it can perform to the best of its ability. Here at Denton Stove Centre, we want to be as helpful as we can for our readers, which is why we have decided to go over the basics when it comes to fuel storage. Read on to find out more…

Coal

The experts say that coal is the easiest fuel to store when you know what you are doing. In fact, it is also very versatile because it can be stored both inside and outside the home. Generally, which one you decide to go with will depend on the amount of space you have available.

Outside: If you don’t have a lot of space inside your property, storing your coal outside is easily done as long as you invest in a high-quality coalbunker. After all, this is the most effective way to cover the fuel and keep it dry. In addition to this, coalbunkers tend to be well designed and can fit in with your property aesthetic very easily.

Inside: On the other hand, there is also the option to store your coal inside providing you have the space and usually, these people tend to place their coal somewhere out of the way such as the basement or garage. In fact, many people believe that storing coal indoors is easier because you can swap out a large coalbunker for smaller coal buckets.

Firewood

When it comes to firewood, it is important that you are prepared to dedicate a little bit more care and attention in regards to storage. After all, wood is vulnerable to things like decay, rot and pests. With this said, just like coal it is very important that you keep your firewood dry and protected from moisture, which means that the best way to store firewood is to invest in a platform that is mounted above the ground. In addition to this, logs should be stacked rather than piled and are best cut into small lengths, as this makes them easier to transport.

Whether you prefer the aesthetic crackle of a real woodburning fire or live in a smoke control zone a reputable coal merchants will be able to supply you with the best fuels on the market and give you advice on how to store it. As the best stoves Manchester has to offer, the team here at Denton Stove Centre believe that storing your fuel correctly is the secret to making the most of your stove. Get in contact to find out more information today!

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