FAQ's

How do I cure the paint surface on my new fire?

Stove Bright high temperature paint has been air dried, creating a quality coating.  To optimize the performance of the coating and to maximise its durability, it needs to go through a heating process. Do the following BEFORE you use your new fire…

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How high do I need my Flue?

The minimum flue height as specified in the standard AS/NZ 2918 is not less than 4.6 metres from the top of the floor protector – for solid fuel heaters. The presence of adjacent tall trees or buildings may mean that…

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Why is my fire smoking?

There are a number of reasons why a fire may smoke into the room.  Check the following points before contacting your local Warmington retailer: The chimney may need to be cleaned. If the chimney has been swept and the fire…

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Troubleshooting Chimney Draft Problems

We often hear the complaint that someone has a ’bad’ stove or fireplace because it smokes into the house. In our experience however, draft problems are almost never caused by the fireplace or appliance, and in fact 75% can usually…

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Can I burn coal in my wood fire?

Warmington fires have been tested to burn wood only. Burning coal will produce black smoke which is damaging to the environment and can burn very hot which can damage the firebox, in extreme cases.

What is negative draught?

It is important that outside air is available for the fire to burn properly. New homes with double glazing and airtight windows, often starve the fires from oxygen, especially when an extractor fan or HRV system is in use. This…

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Architects & Designers

Warmingtons’ Technical Engineers can review drawings, offer solutions and advice on all technical questions and detail, to help overcome and solve issues with the installation of your chosen fireplace.

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