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Wood Burning/Multi-Fuel Stove and Fireplace Maintenance

Once you own a wood burning stove or fireplace you become responsible to ensure it works safely, burns cleanly and lasts a long time.


Stove maintenance can be broken down into two distinct sections. Much of the daily maintenance can be handled by the home owner and the annual complex maintenance will required to be done by a professional company.


Below you will find a list of the routine maintenance that should be done by the user:

It is important that when undertaking the maintenance the stove is cold.


  • Clean out the ash on a regular basis.
  • Regularly check all controls for smooth movement.
  • Check firebricks or inner cast iron for cracks.
  • Burn only dried wood and that is the correct size for the firebox. Burning wood that is low quality or high in water content will damage appliance, may cause a chimney fire and is very bad for the air we breathe.
  • Clean the glass.


The last part of personal maintenance is planning and booking the annual maintenance with a professional company.


In the annual maintenance we shall perform the following tasks:

  • Check the cast iron joints.
  • Check the stove rope. Might need to be replaced.
  • Check the stove glass for cracks.
  • Check that the door is air tight.
  • Clean the cast iron stove from any artificial rust.
  • Visually check chimney for any damage.
  • Clean the chimney from any dangerous soot build-up. (done using professional tools)


For domestic planned maintenance prices find the below form or for further information please contact us on 214988658 or email at