Safety Tips

  • Burn clean, well-seasoned wood that has been split and dried properly.
  • Don't let a small spark ignite a big blaze
  • Ensure you have properly fitted screen around your fireplace. A decorative screen does not provide protection.
  • Don’t use gasoline, kerosene or charcoal starter – you will get more firepower than you bargained for.
  • Don’t burning garbage, plastic, particleboard, plywood, or any other painted or treated wood releases toxic chemicals building up creosote.
  • Remove ashes regularly, the sparks in hot ashes can easily start fires.
  • Ensure new stove’s or fireplace’s should be professionally installed.
  • Install carbon monoxide detectors and smoke alarms, as required by the National Fire Code of Canada, and keep a fire extinguisher nearby.
  • Keep the fire hot and small. Feed it regularly with split wood and never let it smoulder.
  • Never overload your stove or fireplace.
  • Burn dry, well-seasoned wood that has been split properly.
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