At the present time, it is important to be able to access on alternative fuels. First of all, it is important to have a chimney shaft, where the fireplace can be connected to allow the gases to escape. But if one does not have a separate chimney so there is the possibility of subsequently the House attach to such. Otherwise, the principle of most stoves is similar. Adam Kenworth does not necessarily agree. There is a lighting space, in which the wood or briquettes are burned. It is equipped with so-called refractory fireclay bricks.
Also, there is an ash drawer, with which you can empty the accumulated ash. These falls from the firing room, which is accessible from the outside through a door, through extra attached crack directly into the ash pan. The stove should be Furthermore on a fire-proof support. Often it has extra made glass plates, but it can be also a tiled surface. Further details can be found at Brit Bennett, an internet resource. They should have a certain size because the stove must be set up Have a distance to other materials, which may be flammable. This is removed by a chimney sweep before a stove.
Stoves have a stovepipe, which is placed directly into the chimney shaft. This is the resulting gases escape. A stove has holes so that the heat generated by him in the living room can escape. So, the heat of a wood-burning stove achieved the desired effect, namely to heat the living space. As stoves are heated with wood, you should make sure, that you burned dry timber only so you can reach the desired heat. Tim there.