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    Wood burners and Agas are the way forward

    Posted by Laurie on 23/9/2022, 17:07:00

    Let nature keep us warm this winter

      Re: Wood burners and Agas are the way forward

      Posted by Andy Cappucino on 23/9/2022, 18:08:39, in reply to "Wood burners and Agas are the way forward"

      I've got one but they produce a lot of particulates, dangerous in the cities, will be banned before much longer.

      Re: Wood burners and Agas are the way forward

      Posted by You're kidding on 23/9/2022, 17:40:38, in reply to "Wood burners and Agas are the way forward"

      Thicko, burning is bad for the environment.

      Re: Wood burners and Agas are the way forward

      Posted by E1 on 23/9/2022, 17:24:29, in reply to "Wood burners and Agas are the way forward"

      Agaís arenít great to cook on. You canít alter the temp!

        Re: Wood burners and Agas are the way forward

        Posted by forever luton on 23/9/2022, 19:29:05, in reply to "Re: Wood burners and Agas are the way forward"

        You do not need to alter them,that is the whole point.

          Re: Wood burners and Agas are the way forward

          Posted by Suffolk Punch on 23/9/2022, 17:33:58, in reply to "Re: Wood burners and Agas are the way forward"

          I suspect you're talking about the oil fired ones, but you can - by moving the pan from the hot plate to the simmer plate. Just takes getting used to. Ours is brilliant to cook on. The oven takes a while if you want it hotter.

          Re: Wood burners and Agas are the way forward

          Posted by Soiled Mattress on 23/9/2022, 17:13:08, in reply to "Wood burners and Agas are the way forward"

          Well worth doing. And a couple of free tips for you. Buy a couple of those heat activated fans that sit on top of the burner. They push the warm air into the room (as opposed to up the chimney stack either side of the flue). They are brilliant. Secondly, you can get a wood burner with a water jacket. This acts like the old fire back boiler & heats your water up. Look into it. You're welcome.

            Re: Wood burners and Agas are the way forward

            Posted by Ken Ilworthroad on 23/9/2022, 17:09:38, in reply to "Wood burners and Agas are the way forward"

            For about ten years now I've been stopping by the roadside to nick logs & fallen wood from remote copses, woods etc. People think I'm mad doing it. Who is laughing now?

              Re: Wood burners and Agas are the way forward

              Posted by Bored in Flitwick on 23/9/2022, 18:38:47, in reply to "Re: Wood burners and Agas are the way forward"

              Pallets burn good as well

                Re: Wood burners and Agas are the way forward

                Posted by Suffolk Punch on 23/9/2022, 17:20:24, in reply to "Re: Wood burners and Agas are the way forward"

                Ssshhh! Don't tell everyone! Been doing this for ages.

                James obviously thinks Agas are powered by nature, quite obviously he doesn't run one. Fyo tubby, they're powered by electricity or gas nowadays. Ours is a 1934 model which was designed to run on anthracite or similar solid fuel, and was later converted to run on Kerosene 28 (aka heating oil).

                Once lit, it stays on 24/7, and on a moderate heat setting uses 7 to 8 litres a day. Current price of oil is around 90p a litre, double last year, so do the sums. Ours heats the kitchen only and the hot water. Once you get used to it, cooking on an Aga is brilliant.

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