Wood Burning Stove in a cabin - Things to consider

Many customers will install a wood burner in their cabin regardless of the size.

Heating will always affect a cabin so it is always a good idea to treat the inside as you have done outside to equalise the timber.

You will need to guard against heat in the floor and walls as woodburners can produce substantial output.

You will of course also need to consider the natural expansion and contraction of timber as the building moves up and down over the seasons. Therefore the flue will need to cope with this.

You will need to contact a wood burner installer who is certified, they can then design a wood burner and flue system to account for this.

We also have an article here which may help: 
Wood burner / Wood burning stove in log cabins

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