Certainly Blog — Environment
The History and Evolution of Firewood: From Ancient Necessity to Modern Convenience
In this blog, we'll explore the fascinating history of firewood and its importance throughout human civilization. We'll also examine how the firewood industry has evolved from a traditional cottage industry to a more professional and quality-controlled process, exemplified by techniques like Certainly Wood.
Flamers Firelighters: The Natural Choice
In this blog, we will discuss why these firelighters are the best on the market. From their eco-friendly and sustainable production to their superior performance, we'll cover all the reasons why Flamers should be your go-to firelighter.
Environmental Protection Plan 2023
Our thoughts on the government's First revision of the 25 Year Environment Plan which we found encouraging and in line with our efforts to be more environmentally friendly ourselves as well as encourage those burning wood for heating to adopt good practices like using Ready to Burn wood and consider upgrading an open fire or an old stove to an Eco-design wood burner.
Wood stove versus central heating
With the Russian invasion of Ukraine there is now a massive energy crisis across Europe and not only have oil and gas prices risen dramatically, but so too has electricity with domestic electricity rising from around 15p to over 60p per kWh. As a consequence, kiln dried logs are now the cheapest form of domestic heating fuel with household costs 74% lower per kWh than electricity and 21% less than gas heating.
Ten Top Tips to Saving Money on Home Heating
Not only is it now the time to seriously start to look at ways to reduce those rising bills, but also to reduce reliance on the supply of gas and power through our national grids. Fuel security is becoming ever more relevant. So, here are our top 10 tips for saving money this winter.
Corn starch packaging and why we use it for Flamers
At Certainly Wood, sustainability and a responsibility to the environment are part of our ethos and as such, we are taking steps to use less plastic on our products. Our Flamers packaging orginally has plastic windows, but now we are using corn starch plastic. Take a look at our blog for the reasons behind this.
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