June 15th marks Clean Air Day 2023, the UK’s largest air pollution campaign, bringing
together communities, businesses, schools and the health sector. The theme of the UK campaign this year is to:

1. Learn
2. Act
3. Ask

How can we help?

At Guy Crabb Plumbing and Heating, all of our stoves are Clean air friendly, meeting or exceeding SIA (Stove Industry Alliance) ecodesign standards, and are Clearskies certified.

How to promote Clean air with your stove:

There are many ways to use your stove in the most efficient way. The HETAS Advice Hub has a range of top tips from industry experts.

According to HETAS, some steps you can take are:
– Make sure your chimney is swept and your stove is regularly serviced.
– Use good quality fuels with a moisture content of 20% or less.

We can regularly service your stove to keep it running at its best.

We promote the burning of good quality fuels – ‘It’s what you put into it!’
This will ensure the very best clean air output and the best efficiency of your stove.
The Log Store are a fantastic family run local business focussing on sustainable fuels with one simple aim

‘To deliver the very best ready to burn logs directly to you whenever you need them, wherever you want them – with no hassle.’

100% sustainable kiln dried wood, guaranteed at under 20% moisture.

Read the HETAS fuel guidance

We have a wealth of information available and a wide range of traditional and contemporary wood burning and multi-fuel stoves on display in our showroom, do pop by and see us.

Considering a wood burning or multi-fuel stove?

We have highly experienced and knowledgeable engineers who can provide a free, no obligation, on site quotation to discuss how to make the most of a wood burning stove in your home, and contribute to a sustainable, cleaner air for the environment and your health.