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Old 16th April 2005, 18:15   #1 (permalink)
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Wood stoves

Any pictures of these? Are they like the small range ones in the UK? Can you get ones that run radiators......you may all have sussed by now that I have a low cold threshhold and have cold feet in Winter!!!!!
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not sure on this but would be excellent if you could get them to run radiators as diesel is very expensive
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Crikey Speedy, you are answering my questions quiker than I can ask them...is this a cunning plan....
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Here's a website in UK showing the sort of thing I mean...

..this link tells you about radiators etc and different fuels (need a multifuel one for wood)
http://www.firesonline.com/acatalog/buyguide.html

ps I have NO interest in this company, just an example
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why not just get dogalgaz?
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Whats that???? Any pictures/details?
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it means natural gas, just like you have in the UK.
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Not sure if they are allowed in flats apartments (above ground level)...I know they aren't in the Uk due to fire regs.
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every floor in our appartment has it and most other buildings have it on all floors aswell.
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Sorry Starman, I didn't explain well. My Mum's apartment block in the UK had gas fitted, but not to all rooms. So residents were ptting in gas heaters. When this was discovered they were told to remove. Apparently has to be certain restrictions on who can fit (Corgi) gas systems in the UK and fire codes meant portable gas heaters not allowed. Maybe different in Turkey?
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