Wood Burning Stoves
A wood burning stove has a flat bottom on which the wood burns on a bed of wood ash. Wood burns more slowly in a woodburning stove.
Multifuel stoves have a grate on which the fuel burns and an air inlet which allows air to enter from below this grate. An ash pan catches the ash as the fuel burns.
A wood boiler stove can be used to power your central heating system and to provide hot water as well in many different sizes, outputs and styles.
Double Sided Stoves
Double sided stoves are ideal for fitting in central chimney stacks where each side of the hearth is visible. Some people have the chimney stack.
Smoke-Controlled Stoves are DEFRA approved for use in smoke exempt urban, town and city zones. A fantastic selection of DEFRA approved wood burning stoves.
An inset or insert stove is built into a wall or false chimney breast. Inset stoves give you a 'window of flame' in your wall and are available in many different types.
Direct Air Supply Stoves
A direct air supply stove will have a spigot which allows you to connect it to an air duct which leads outside. The direct air spigot is usually at the back of the stove near the base.
Electric stoves provide an opportunity to install an exceptionally realistic coal or log effect stove without the need for a chimney or flue system.