If you have a four-legged friend, they will also be looking to warm themselves (despite all their hair) and both cats and dogs are experts at identifying heat sources in the home. So, as soon as you bend down to place the heat logs in the chiminea or log burner, don’t be surprised if your pet has already found a prime spot for maximum warmth.
However, here are a few ways to keep your cats and/or dogs safe whilst a fire roars in your living room...
If you need a few rest days during the Christmas and New Year party season, we have a great selection of classic movies that will help you chill, while enjoying a roaring fire.
Whether you’re watching them for the first time or returning for the millionth time, enjoying these classics while you snuggle in is the perfect way to recharge your batteries during the party season.
There’s something about autumn that cries out for urban legends and spooky tales to be shared during the atmospheric evenings of the season.
So, whether it’s because Halloween is on its way or the gorgeous pinks and oranges of an October sky bring out the storyteller in you, it’s impossible to resist placing a few heat logs in the wood-burning stove and sharing some scary stories with your loved ones.
Here are a few tales to enjoy around the fireplace…
Night Briquettes are an excellent way to keep your home warm through the winter months.
Whether you have a traditional fireplace, a log burner, a chiminea or a wood-burning stove, briquettes can provide long-lasting heat in an environmentally friendly way, but what is the best way to use them?
Here we have a closer look at the frequently asked questions and provide some useful tips on Lekto Night Briquettes…
With the turn of the year comes a stronger desire to stay indoors more nights.
So, while you may have been chilly while out and about during the day – at work, in the car, at the shops – there’s no need to feel the cold in front of your own fireplace.
And, as the hearth comes alive with the fire of Lekto night briquettes or heat logs, the rest of your fireplace (mantelpiece and chimney breast included) can look its finest as Autumn and then, Winter, really comes into their own.