And we’ve all wanted a real fire but haven’t bothered building one as we’ve not the time or can’t bear the trouble. Why not build your fire when you have a spare moment then it’ll be ready to go in an instant whenever you need it?Ash tree wood produces a steady flame in fires with a good heat and burns well even when green. It will burn successfully on its own, so does not need to be burned in a mix of different species. Perfect wood for a wood burning stove or wood burner too. Traditionally said to be the best wood for burning.
Oak is the slowest wood to season, at approximately 2.5cm a year and ideally should be seasoned for a minimum of two years. Because of its density, it is a wood that’s slow to burn as firewood and is best used in a mix of faster-burning logs. This wood can help to keep the fire burning at night if required.
Make sure your logs are dry and fully seasoned before you bring them indoors and use a good mix of species, as they will burn at different rates. Having a plentiful supply of components to hand is essential, especially on a cold, wet night. Keep a basket full of kindling wood close to the fire so that it’s ready for use at a moment’s notice. As winter approaches, re-stocking your firewood supplies is on the agenda. We choose the best types of firewood, give advice on stacking logs and how to light a fire. Words Louise Allen, photographs Andrew Montgomery Beech is a superb wood for burning, although it has a high water content so needs to be dried well; ideally, it should be seasoned for three years before use. It does not need to be burned in a mix and can be burned in a wood burning stove too.Birch makes excellent firewood for burning on a wood burner, stove or in an open fire. This wood produces a good heat, although it burns relatively quickly, so in a fire, it’s best to use it in a mix of slower-burning woods, such as elm or oak. Birch will burn unseasoned although the sap can cause a build up of deposits in the flue. The bark can be peeled off and used as a natural firelighter for wood or log burners.
Cherry wood burns slowly with a good heat output in a fire or wood burning stove and gives off a lovely aroma. The logs need to be well seasoned, although strips of the bark can also be used as natural firelighters for your log burner or fire.
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The glow of a fire pit or wood burner is a welcome sight during the winter months. The flickering flames, the cracking and popping of burning bark and the delightful smell of woodsmoke all help to forget the gloomy darkness outside. To help you prepare for the months ahead, we’ve picked the best wood for burning and give tips for stacking your log pile and building the perfect fire. For more, head to our piece on the best tools to chop kindling. and don’t miss our round up of the best log stores.
Sycamore burns well in a fire when seasoned with a moderate heat output. It seasons very quickly, usually within just one year and is one of the best woods for burning. This tree can be burned on a wood burner, stove or open fire as necessary.
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Can a wood stove heat two stories?
Yes, it’s absolutely possible for a wood burning stove to produce enough heat for a two storey property.
Här kan du logga in för att se alla ordar du gjort på Outnorth, följa status, ändra dina adressuppgifter och registrera/avregistrera dig för vårt nyhetsbrev. Använd samma e-postadress du angav när du handlade. Saknar du ditt lösenord så kan du använda ”glömt lösenord”-funktionen. Observera att alla som har handlat hos Outnorth har ett konto men att det går bra att handla hos Outnorth utan att hålla reda på sina kontouppgifter.Få denna produkt levererad fram till dörren. Hemleverans tar normalt sett en dag längre för leverans (efter att det lämnat vårt lager) jämfört med Standardleverans.Vi använder kakor för personligt innehåll och annonser samt för analys av vår trafik. Vi delar information om din användning av tjänsten med våra partners inom sociala medier, annonsering och trafikanalys. Våra partners kan kombinera denna data med information som du delat med dem. STABILOTHERM WOODSTOVE STACK är gjord i rostfritt stål, väger bara 350 gram och tar liten plats i packningen hopfälld med en diameter på 13 cm och höjd på 7 cm. Uppfälld är måtten ø13 x 14 cm. STABILOTHERM WOODSTOVE STACK är en enkel och smidig värmekälla för matlagning i naturen. Ett alternativ till de klassiska vandringsköken med sin smidighet och enkelhet. Med fördel använder du flis, pellets eller briketter som bränsle men du behöver inte bära med dig bränslet utan använd det som finns tillgängligt i naturen; kvistar, ris, bark mm.Tack för din registrering! Du kommer nu att ta emot våra utskick till mailadressen du angav. Du kan avbryta din kostnadsfria prenumeration när som helst om du inte önskar fler e-postmeddelanden.
How many bends can you have in a stove pipe?
If bends are absolutely nec- essary there must be no more than two in the length of the chimney (i.e. one offset). The angle of the bend should be no greater than 30° from the vertical. However, in some cases such as for chimney installations in flats it may be necessary to have more than two bends in each flue.
Thank you for your registration! You will now receive our mail to the email address you provided. You can cancel your free subscription at any time if you do not want more emails.Over firing a wood burning stove that leads to unsafe temperatures can also in turn create unsafe temperatures inside the flue or chimney. Burning wood releases smoke, soot and creosote; the latter of which can line the inside of a flue over time.
Manufacturers state how much wood should be in the firebox at any one time, and each stove has been designed to burn a specific amount of wood. The maximum permitted heat output of a stove will be within safety limits designed to help prevent damage or harm caused to the user or the building.
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Creosote is a highly combustible material, and the potential for a chimney fire to occur can increase as the temperature of a wood burning stove increases. The extra heat generated by an over firing stove can cause hot air to ignite the creosote.Wood burning stoves are designed to only operate at a certain temperatures, and over firing a stove can cause temperatures to be hotter than the materials within the stove can take.
If at any point a metal part of a wood stove start to glow red, then that component may start to be at risk of damage from being too hot. Another sign that a stove is getting too hot and over firing is the sound of more oxygen being sucked into the stove than usual.
Along with overloading of fuel, allowing too much air into the stove can cause also over firing. An excess of oxygen can cause the fire to grow out of control, and so it’s important to understand what the purpose is for each air vent on a stove and how they should be used to control the fire (Read more about the different air vents on a wood stove here). In general, the larger the stove the more heat it can give out, because it can hold and burn more wood at any one time. Oxygen, efficiency of the stove and secondary burn, among other factors can also influence the total heat output. Therefore, in order to prevent overloading of your wood burning stove, which in turn can cause over firing, ensure to read your stove’s instruction manual for recommendations on maximum amounts of wood to be in the firebox at any one time.Placing more fuel in a stove fire than recommended can cause the stove to heat up to temperatures beyond what the stove hasn been designed to cope with. You can use the thermometer in conjunction with the stove’s recommended operating temperatures (typically found in the instruction manual) to check whether the stove is operating above designed temperatures. Manufacturers of wood burning stoves recommended to only have a certain amount of wood in the stove at one time. Placing too much wood into a stove or allowing too much air flow to the fire can cause the stove to over fire.
I’ve discussed below how you can prevent overloading your wood burning stove, what happens if a wood stove gets too hot, and how you can cool down a stove that is too hot.
We might not always be able to see or tell whether inside parts of the stove are at risk of being damaged during a fire, and so we have a thermometer that we’ve stuck on the outside of one of our stoves to give us an indication of whether temperatures inside the stove are getting too high.The baffle plate located inside the top area of a wood stove can be at most risk of damage due to an over firing stove because it’s located right above the fire. The baffle helps to hold gases in the firebox for longer before exiting through the flue, and to also reflect heat back into the firebox.
One of our wood stoves has a metal grate at the base of the firebox, and so we ensure to keep a bed of ash to help protect the grate from the fire. More on how much ash to leave in a wood burning stove here.
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Over firing a wood stove is when more fuel or oxygen has been provided to the stove over and above what has been designed, and the extra heat created by the additional fuel or oxygen can cause damage to the stove.The stove’s manual states that wood can be stacked up inside the stove, but no higher than these tertiary air vents. If we were to overload this stove with too many logs then it may cause the stove to over fire, as well as preventing the secondary burn of gases from occurring if the tertiary air vents are blocked.
Every model of wood burning stove has been designed differently, and these differences can be how much wood the firebox is able to hold, how efficiently oxygen can get to the fire, and how well the stove converts energy stored in the wood into heat.
Regularly over firing your wood burning stove can cause any problems to the metal components to occur more quickly. Wood burning stove made of steel are more likely to bend and warp, while cast iron stoves can begin to crack or even expand due to prolonged high temperatures.The baffle has seen a lot of heat, but it’s still structurally sound. There’s no sign of warping or any other heat damage. A common sign of a baffle that has been subject to higher temperatures due to over firing is sagging of the plate, or discoloration.
For our wood burning stoves, the manufacturer’s instruction manuals state not to over fire the stoves, and have recommended maximum amounts of wood to be inside the firebox at any one time.STABILOTHERM WOODSTOVE STACK är en enkel och smidig fältkök för matlagning i naturen. Ett alternativ till de klassiska vandringsköken med sin smidighet och enkelhet. Med fördel använder du flis, pellets eller briketter som bränsle men du behöver inte bära med dig bränslet utan använd det som finns tillgängligt i naturen; kvistar, ris, bark mm.Stabilotherm wood stove stack är gjord i rostfritt stål, väger bara 350 gram och tar liten plats i packningen hopfälld med en diameter på 13 cm och höjd på 7 cm. Uppfälld är måtten ø13 x 14 cm.
How do you heat multiple rooms with a wood stove?
Since heat rises, ground floor stoves can easily spread their heat into upstairs rooms. You can further encourage the spread of heat from your wood burning stove by installing vents in the ceiling of the room where the stove is located, as well as vents in any upstairs rooms you want to benefit from the stove’s heat.
Stabilotherm wood stove stack är en enkel och smidig brännare för matlagning i naturen. Ett alternativ till de klassiska vandringsköken med sin smidighet och enkelhet. Med fördel använder du flis, pellets eller briketter som bränsle men du behöver inte bära med dig bränslet utan använd det som finns tillgängligt i naturen; kvistar, ris, bark mm.
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Right and that’s pretty interesting isn’t it. Having some experience in servicing and repairing multi-fuel stoves I have found that it was just about impossible to find one that worked correctly and efficiently using both fuels.
If it weren’t for the area where there might have been an indoor barbecue, I would assume the fireplace and flue pipe had their own chimney. But, presumably, the open flue pipe connects in to one of the fireplaces. We used one of the fireplaces exactly once in 20 years during a weeklong power outage in the winter, but otherwise find them useless.From the little I could see with a flashlight and mirror, the chimney looks great, but I’ll need to do a more thorough inspection after the weather warms up and I can pull the Quadrafire out for storage in our barn.
We may sell the house in the next 10 years and propose to remove the two access doors to the woodstove and replace them with heavy steel plates so no one else would use the stove. (Of course, they might retrofit it – no control after we are gone from here!) Is it ever permitted for a fireplace to share the same chimney and flue with either a furnace or a water heater? Not sure which is venting into our fireplace chimney, but both are gas powered, and the vent appears to be a few feet above the fireplace opening. The fireplace has a gas starter that we are not planning on using, but just using it a natural burning wood fireplace. Is this safe? Do I need to keep the fireplace flue permanently open then regardless for the furnace or water heater to vent outside? Tillverkar custombyggda precisionsvapen och utför reparation av standardvapen. Försäljning av nya och begagnade standardvapen samt vapenrelaterade tillbehör.We also recommend that you do not increase and decrease the size of your stove pipe to chimney pipe by more than 2″. A common installation for using an increaser is going from 6″ stove pipe to 8″ chimney pipe. A common installation for using an reducer is going from 8″ stove pipe to 6″ chimney pipe.Now that you have examined the pros and cons of installing an increaser or reducer, you will need to make a decision on what is best for you and your installation.
Can two wood stoves share a chimney?
Each chimney flue may only service one solid fuel-burning appliance. No combination of fuel-gas, oil-fired, or additional wood, wood pellet, coal or corn stoves may be vented into the same chimney flue as a solid fuel-burning appliance.
Between the increaser and reducer, the reducer is the least recommended method. Using a reducer is never recommended unless your appliance manuals says that you can use one in your installation.If you do decide not to replace your chimney pipe all the way up, then you will need to figure out if you need an increaser or reducer and where to put it in your installation.
How do you stack wood in a small wood stove?
Don’t lay them horizontally. Try to stack the pieces vertically on end – like a tee-pee – and don’t pack them too tightly. If your burner or fireplace is big enough go ahead and add the first of your logs too. The first to go on should be smaller in size, ending with the largest on top.
The benefit for using an increaser or reducer is that you will not need to replace the existing chimney pipe that you have if the flue of your stove is a different size. This can save some up front expense and cost but in the long run you want to install the correct sized pipe from the stove all the way up to the roof.You will want to install the increaser as close to the chimney pipe as possible so you get as long of a run of the correct pipe coming from the stove. If you are installing DuraBlack, use their slip increaser with trim piece and install that at the ceiling support box or at the finishing collar. If you have DVL chimney pipe you will want to install the DVL increaser. We carry increasers for the following brands: DuraBlack, DVL, HeatFab, DSP and Snap-Lock.
What is the 3 2 10 rule?
This rule means that your chimney’s shortest side needs to be at least 3 feet above the roof penetration, and its top has to be 2 feet higher than any part of the building that’s within 10 feet.
If your chimney pipe is smaller than the flue of the stove, then you will need a reducer. For example, if you have a flue collar for a wood stove that is 8″ but your chimney pipe is 7″ then you would need a 8″-7″ reducer. The reducer is often installed at the flue collar of the stove.If your chimney pipe is larger than the flue of the stove, then you will need an increaser. For example, if you have a flue collar for a wood stove that is 6″ (this is the most common diameter) but your chimney pipe is 8″ then you would need a 6″-8″ increaser, this will allow you to connect the 6″ stove pipe to the 8″ chimney pipe.
Establishing a draft can be tricky if you do not use the same sized pipe so this may be enough reason for you to either find a stove with the correct flue size or replace your chimney pipe. The other issue we see is that the stove is not going to perform as well when you do not run the same sized pipe all the way up to the roof. When the diameter changes, your stove is going to not be as efficient.Chimney pipe brings in cold air from the outside but you also have warm air from side inside where your stove and stove pipe are. The cold and warm air both exist in your stove pipe before you light your stove. Establishing a good draft means that you need to heat up that pipe so the temperature is consistent all the way through allowing the the warm air to rise. We recommend lighting a smaller fire that will gradually heat up the pipe until the cold air is out of the pipe. When you use different sized stove pipe with chimney pipe this can cause an issue with that consistency in temperature and create a poor draft.
What happens if my chimney pipe is bigger or smaller than the flue collar of my new wood stove? We hear this question often and offer multiple solutions. However, these solutions are not always ideal or recommended, you will need to determine which option is the best for your install. In order to connect different sized stove pipe to chimney pipe you will need to use an increaser or reducer.Using an increaser or reducer will create a few problems with your install. The first problem is since you are not running the same sized pipe all the way through the ceiling, you will have drafting issues. Drafting issues will cause smoke to come into the room where your stove is at and can also hinder you from easily lighting your stove and keeping it going.
How do you stack a wood burning stove?
Place five to seven large logs in a tight formation behind the coals. The pieces should be 4-6” across. Place each piece, one at a time, in an “East-West” (parallel to the front) orientation behind the coals, and pressed to the back of the wood stove firebox.
A few moments after you load the wood in your wood stove it will ignite. The fire will quickly spread over the front layer of wood, and slowly burn towards the back. This all night fire will burn in your wood stove for hours. Learning how to keep a wood stove burning all night is just that easy!
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Are your wood fires consistently burning out too quickly? Do you want to have an all night fire? When you heat with a wood burning stove, the wood stove’s controls are a big help to speed up and slow down the burn, but to get longer burns in your wood stove, you must control the shape and size of your wood loading. In this guide, we will learn how to keep a wood stove burning all night with extended fires: where large pieces of firewood are tightly packed to extend the burn and make a fire that lasts all night. This type of fire relies on a healthy coal bed, so it won’t work during a cold start. For help on how to build the perfect fire for a cold start, check out our how-to guide post Wood Stove 101: The perfect way to build a fire, top-down.
The pieces should be 4-6” across. Place each piece, one at a time, in an “East-West” (parallel to the front) orientation behind the coals, and pressed to the back of the wood stove firebox. As you add more pieces, try to nest them with the earlier pieces as tightly as possible. When the last pieces go in, the front edge of the forward most piece should be just touching the glowing coals. Do not lay pieces crosswise over one another or place any pieces in a “North-South” (perpendicular to the front) orientation. When stacked this way, the fire can quickly spread to engulf all of the wood, leading to faster burns. There is no need to add newspaper or kindling, with a glowing coal bed and well-seasoned wood, the fire should start in only a few moments.
If you want to learn how to keep a wood stove burning all night, you’ll need to learn about coal placement. Keeping the coals together in the front of the stove provides a strong heat source to ignite the logs. If you leave coals across the entire bottom of the stove, all of the wood will ignite at once, and this will shorten the burn. Don’t have a coal bed yet? Read our how-to guide post on building a fire, Wood Stove 101: The perfect way to build a fire, top-down.
If you’re settling into bed or about to run off to work, you will want to burn an extended night fire. In an extended fire, you load large pieces of wood into your wood burning stove, tightly packed, so the fire slowly spreads from log to log, extending your burn for 6 to 8 hours or more. You won’t need to reload any time soon. This sort of burn maintains a low, steady heat that can stay burning all night.
Many wood stove users, when first learning how to keep a wood stove burning all night, will simply add large amounts of wood to their firebox, on top of a layer of coals, with the logs crossed over one another. This loading technique allows the fire to quickly spread and engulf all of your logs, leading to large hot fires. These large, hot fires produce a lot of heat right away, but when the stove is set on low they can’t get enough air and will smolder, producing lots of smoke. The secret to preventing this “worst of both worlds” type of fire is to build an extended fire, where the front layer of wood insulates the back layer, preventing the fire from spreading too quickly, and maintaining visible flames for hours.
The extended burn is the most important configuration for people who rely on wood heat. The extended burn maximizes burn time and typically delivers the necessary heat most burners expect or need except in the most extreme weather. Learning to create an extended burn configuration will extend your enjoyment for long days and nights. Remember to use seasoned, non-resinous hardwood to get the maximum longevity and heat from your extended burn.
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If you’re among the thousands who have succumbed to the lure of the wood burning stove, keep in mind that the return to the ”good old days” of wood stove heating can have some old-fashioned drawbacks.Avoid connecting more than one heating device to a single chimney flue because flue gases and sparks may pass from one flue opening into another and unsatisfactory operation may also result.
If you purchase a used stove, check it carefully for cracks or other defects. The legs, hinges, grates and draft louvers also should be checked carefully.
Use of the proper wood is your best safeguard against an accumulation of creosote, an oily substance which derives from incomplete combustion, on the lining of the chimney flue. A spark can ignite creosote and cause what can be an extremely hot and dangerous fire.
Can you reduce 8 stove pipe to 6?
We also recommend that you do not increase and decrease the size of your stove pipe to chimney pipe by more than 2″. A common installation for using an increaser is going from 6″ stove pipe to 8″ chimney pipe. A common installation for using an reducer is going from 8″ stove pipe to 6″ chimney pipe.
The pipe should be as straight and short as possible, with sections properly secured. If it must have angles, limit them to one or, at the most, two sweeping 90-degree elbows or the equivalent. The horizontal portion of the pipe should rise not less than one-quarter inch to the linear foot, to insure a good draft.
If a wood burning stove has an automatic draft regulator controlled by a thermostat, the manufacturer’s instructions for installing it must be carefully followed. Alternately, a manually operated damper can be installed on the pipe near the stove. This damper should not obstruct more than 80 percent of the pipe area.
Unless you are an experienced and competent do-it-yourselfer, think twice before trying to clean your own chimney—you may damage your chimney lining. Rather spend some money on professional service than create a fire hazard that may cost you thousands of dollars or even result in the destruction of your home!
Can you put too much wood in a wood stove?
Manufacturers of wood burning stoves recommended to only have a certain amount of wood in the stove at one time. Placing too much wood into a stove or allowing too much air flow to the fire can cause the stove to over fire.
Wood split before storing to season dries in less time and burns more evenly. Apple, red oak, sugar maple, beech and ironwood have the best heat values, according to the University of Maine Extension Service.While you’re waiting for the firemen to arrive, you can help control the fire by closing the stove’s draft louvers and the solid damper in the stove pipe.
Green wood has too high a moisture content for satisfactory use. For your stove select wood preferably hard wood—that has been seasoned six months to a year.If the fire burns too slowly, the draft louvers of the stove should be opened and the damper above the stove pipe opened wider or all the way. Adjusting the draft and adding frequent but small amounts of wood make an even burning and continuous hot fire.Be sure your stove is made of sturdy, suitable material, such as cast iron or steel. Look for stoves listed by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) or other recognized testing laboratories.You should not pass a stove pipe through a combustible wall for a hook-up with a chimney flue. However, if there is no alternative, the stove pipe must be passed through a thimble or collar. NFPA has set these standards:
Build the fire on a shallow bed of ashes, which provides a heat reflecting surface. Use a small amount of crumpled paper and cover it with a few small sticks of wood fuel, says NFPA. When the draft is started up the chimney flue, larger pieces of wood can be added.A second damper higher up on the vertical section of the stove pipe is advisable to permit shutting down the stove in case of a chimney fire. You can have this made by a local sheet metal company or a tinsmith.The resurgence of the wood burner as a supplementary source of heat has led to an alarming—and growing—number of fires traceable to careless installation or misuse. If you have no suitable chimney or if you prefer not to close off your fireplace, a factory-built chimney listed by a recognized testing laboratory is a good solution. It should extend at least three feet above the highest point where it passes through the roof of the building and at least two feet higher than any portion of a building within 10 feet. The purpose of this pamphlet is to help bridge a generation gap in wood stove knowledge by providing some basic information on the selection, installation, use and maintenance of solid fuel heating equipment.Be sure your chimney is in good condition and that it has a flue lining. Check for missing flue tiles and cracked masonry. You may want to have a chimney sweep check the chimney and a mason make any repairs that may be needed.If you use an existing fireplace chimney to vent your stove, it must be sealed off below the stove pipe’s point of entry to prevent toxic gases from backing up into the room. This can be done by:
With a masonry chimney, the stove pipe should be extended through the chimney wall to its inner face, but not beyond. Use high-temperature cement to fasten the pipe to the masonry.
Before the heating season each year check and clean your chimney and stove pipe carefully and make any needed repairs. More frequent checks are advisable if you are building up creosote and soot.
Does a wood stove pipe have to go straight up?
Stove pipe These are the standards set by NFPA: Galvanized Sheet Metal Gauge No. NFPA standards also call for a stove pipe to have an internal cross-sectional area not less than that of the stove’s flue collar. The pipe should be as straight and short as possible, with sections properly secured.
You can further encourage the spread of heat from your wood burning stove by installing vents in the ceiling of the room where the stove is located, as well as vents in any upstairs rooms you want to benefit from the stove’s heat. Convection heat generated from your stove will rise through your ceiling and spread into rooms where other vents are installed, allowing for greater energy efficiency throughout the house. This effect can be enhanced by installing a fan above the stove, designed to push heat into the room and encourage warm convection currents to spread around your home. Be sure to consult a professional when installing vents and fans to avoid safety hazards and maximise the effectiveness of your investment. Heating considered, the placement of your stove also informs the overall layout of your room. Since wood burning stoves tend to look at home in a more traditional interior, there are a few design considerations to take before deciding the final placement.
By implementing these simple steps, you’ll be on your way to a warmer, cosier home in time for winter. To find the perfect stove for your home, take a look at the full range of Chesneys wood burning stoves. For more updates follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest.
One important thing to note is that the quality of your fire will also depend on the type of wood you’re burning. For the optimum burn rate, use logs that have been seasoned for at least a year, with a moisture content of 20% or below, which can be measured using a wood moisture meter. The best woods to burn include oak, birch, ash and hazel. Logs from these trees burn slowly, split easily and produce fewer sparks than other types of wood, creating fires that generate long-lasting, consistent heat.If you want to heat your whole house with a wood burning stove, it’s essential that you learn how to fill it with a fire that creates consistent heat without rapidly burning through fuel. It’s easy enough to throw a random assortment of logs into the stove, but doing so is a recipe for fires that fizzle out quickly and fail to reach temperatures sufficient for a cosy home.
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Denna lägenhet på Ridderstads Gata såldes av oss 2022-06-14. Se alla våra försäljningar i Linköping samt även på Ridderstads Gata . Kontakta oss gärna om du har frågor och funderingar som rör ditt boende. Syftet med registret är att exempelvis banker och finanspolisen ska kunna ta reda på vem eller vilka som står bakom ett…
– Ja, för om folk fortsätter att strunta i reglerna så kommer det att inträffa något mycket otrevligt. Jag har fått signaler om att det på morgnarna, mellan sju och åtta, är ungefär 20 bilister som väljer den förbjudna svängen direkt in mot Örnsköldsvik.Henry Tervahauta säger att vissa bilister verkar ha satt i system att…