Long periods of non-use
If you are not planning to use the stove for the summer or it’s going to be out of use for longer than a few days for other reason, leave the door slightly open. This will help to create a flow of air through your appliance which will help avoid any corrosion to the system.
Calling upon the service of chimney sweep at least once-a-year is a vital part of your stove maintenace. Failing to do so can lead to a build-up of creosote throughout the system and subsequent risk of chimney fires, it also reduces the efficiency of your stove, which can bring additional problems.
Get your stove serviced yearly, preferably at the end of the heating season to keep it running efficiently and safely. Getting it done in the summer is a good option because if you need to wait for any spare parts your stove will be in good working condition by the time the weather gets cooler. A clogged stove will also require a greater amount of fuel to burn.
Carbon Monoxide Alarm
You should test your CO alarm every week.
Remember CO kills!
We recommend you use a glass cleaner before every use to keep the glass in it’s best condition.