Choosing a Stove

 20140619_095621Visit our shop to see more than 50 stoves, fires and cookers on display

Your wood, multifuel or gas stove will take pride of place in the home and bring many years of warmth and happiness, so it’s important to spend time viewing lots of different styles.

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During an informal visit we aim to offer honest advice and help explain the important things to look for when choosing a stove.

Questions to consider?

Have a think about the points listed below, and consider what kind of appliance will work best in your home. Choosing a stove can be difficult so it helps to narrow down a few questions.

  • Room sizeRoom size ? – Use our output calculator click here
    Please follow the link and use this form to calculate the output required for your room. It’s a rough guide and helps narrow down the choice of stoves. We will advise you further when you visit the shop.
  • Woodburner or  Multifuel ?
    Some ranges will offer a choicee between a Woodburner for Wood Only or a Multifuel Stove for Wood and Coal. We can help you decide, based on; amount of use, your eco-preferences, practicality and cleaning. You can call them Logburners, Log Stoves or Dual-Fuel fires, we don’t mind.
  • Gas or Electric ?
    Gas stoves are a great option if  Solid fuel is impractical. Modern gas stoves are very efficient and easy to use. We recommend Bellfire, Gazco, Yeoman and Dovre gas fires. Electric stoves come with a plug and cable, ready to use for top-up heating and a great flame display.
  • Traditional or Contemporary ?
    There is lots of choice. Please visit our shop to see examples of stoves from modern Scandinavian and Traditional British manufacture. Traditional styles can now be fully up-to-date with the latest technology, see the Stovax Riva Plus range as an example.
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