Mortimer Bonfire & Fireworks Display

Mortimer Bonfire & Fireworks Display

This year we're sponsoring the annual charity bonfire & fireworks display held in Mortimer park which will be commence on Saturday 9th November 2019. All proceeds raised go to Mortimer St John's Infant school. Gates open at 5pm with a ...
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Ecodesign Ready stoves and Air Quality

Ecodesign Ready stoves and Air Quality

SIA Ecodesign Ready stoves are designed to reduce PM emissions by burning wood more efficiently and completely. The stoves have been independently tested by an approved test laboratory and met the emissions and minimum efficiency criteria for Ecodesign. The test ...
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Conventional and Balanced Flue Systems

Conventional and Balanced Flue Systems

Conventional Flues Conventional Flues are the most common type of chimney installed, mainly traditional brick. They work by pulling the warm air rising up out of the chimney away considering that air is passing over the top of it. This ...
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Premier Hospitality 10.3 Magazine Feature

Premier Hospitality 10.3 Magazine Feature

Premier Hospitality is a magazine by Roma Publications. We were featured in the latest issue. We talk about a recent project/installation on The Marylebone Hotel, who also feature in the magazine ...
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Advice on Carbon Monoxide

Advice on Carbon Monoxide

Carbon Monoxide (CO) is an extremely poisonous gas and far more is present in solid fuel (coal and wood) than gas. The gas cannot be seen, smelt or tasted, making it difficult to detect. Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning The ...
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Smoke Control Zones

Smoke Control Zones

Certain parts of the UK have restrictions on burning fuels such as wood or coal that produce smoke, as a measure to cut polution. These measures were first introduced in the 1950s to tackle the problem of smog. Further deatails ...
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