Can I put a wood burner in my shed?
Subsequently, one may also ask, can you put a wood burning stove in a timber frame house?
Timber frame buildings and wood-burning stoves often go hand in hand. When it is possible to heat more than one room – for example in a well-insulated, open plan home – a wood-burning stove can be a smart choice for low-carbon living.
Similarly, how far should my wood stove be from the wall? The standard clearance recommended by the National Fire Protection Agency is 36 inches. This means that the back of the stove should be 36 inches away from any combustible material, such as woodwork, unprotected walls, furniture and even firewood.
In respect to this, do you need planning permission for a log burner?
You do not technically require planning permission to install a wood burning stove, however since 2005 it has been a legal requirement to let your local authority building control department know of your intentions – no matter what type of heating appliance you are installing.
What is the smallest wood burning stove available?
Dickinson Newport *The Smallest* The finest really small wood stoves are those built for marine use. They must be compact, reliable, and very efficient. The Dickinson Newport is one of these. It is one of the smallest wood burning stoves available, and can even be attached to a wall to save space.