Every year, more and more people are installing wood and coal burning home stoves and fireplaces to experience the comforting aesthetic they bring to your home. As well as being functional they also provide a focal point during casual family gatherings.

Although they are great functional additions, they can also make a bit of a mess and can be hard to manage. That is why more and more gadgets are being produced each year to make the owning and maintaining of a home stove or fireplace easier than ever.

If you know a fireplace enthusiast who needs a gift anytime soon, check out our list of the tried and tested, best gadgets on the market:

  1. Adjustable Neck Lighter

Lighting a fire can be tricky business, especially if you have a naff lighter or a bunch of matches. With a Zippo Flex Neck Utility Lighter, all those old problems will go away. With this gadget you can light a BBQ, a fire, a fire pit, all without getting your hands too close to the fire itself.

The wind resistant flame can be adjusted so you can access those hard-to-reach areas without singeing your fingers.

  1. Bellows

The best thing about gifting some ornamental bellows is that even if they don’t use them to pump air into their fire to boost the flames, they still add a unique aesthetic to a person’s home. Functional or ornamental: the choice is down to the receiver of the gift.

  1. Wrought Iron Tool Set

A 5-piece tool set will include every tool a fireplace owner will ever need to maintain and clear out their fires. The recipient can enjoy actively using the functional tools as well as adding an additional, traditional fireplace look to their living space.

  1. Fire-resistant Hearth Rug

Now you can help someone add different décor styles to their home whilst remaining confident that safety standards will be met. These rugs come in all sorts of shapes, sizes and designs, so there is definitely something for everyone.

Once you have all your necessary gadgets, all you will need is your fuel. You can buy all your fuel – whether wood or coal – from Pearson Fuels coal merchants in Stockport.