SarahBeenySpringIssue2017 - 150
Keep the home
If you have problems lighting or maintaining a ﬁre in your wood-burning stove, or
you get smoke escaping into the house, a chimney fan could be the answer
ho doesn't love a woodburning stove - well, until
you consider the hassle of
lighting it and the smoke
wafting through the room as you light
the ﬁre or add ﬁrewood. Smoke can also
be a problem for anyone with allergies.
The issue doesn't usually originate in
the stove itself, but from the chimney,
which often has too little draught to
get rid of the smoke. Fortunately, this
problem can now be easily solved with
the Draftbooster chimney fan.
The Draftbooster is installed on to
the chimney and, when switched on, it
immediately creates a good draught
up the chimney. This makes it easy to
light a ﬁre in the wood-burning stove.
Furthermore, it makes the ﬁre burn
better, warming the house faster.
And the smoke? Well, it disappears
straight up the chimney, not out into
your living room.
An instant solution
The Draftbooster is the ﬁrst plug'n'play
chimney fan on the market. It comes
with a 5m cable and socket, ready to
plug into the mains power. It also
comes with a remote control, so you
is the ﬁrst readyto-use chimney fan
on the market