Terracotta Heater

Terracotta Heater

£119.99£189.99

This traditional terracotta terrace heater comprises of two parts. The top can be removed and then food can be cooked on the grill.

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This traditional terracotta terrace heater comprises of two parts. The top can be removed and then food can be cooked on the grill.

Dimensions 36.3 x 35.6 x 76 cm

FF420

This large black terracotta terrace heater comprises of two parts. The top can be removed and then food can be cooked on the grill.

Dimensions 41 x 40 x 90 cm

FF423

We have a vast array of Companion sets, accessories, stoves, cookers, electric stove, gas stoves and boilers so please see our website for further details.

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Ludlow Stoves specialise in providing carbon neutral heating solutions for your home. We have a range of wood burning cookers, boilers, stoves and pellet heaters and now electric stoves to suit your needs and budget. 

We offer a full installation service by our Hetas approved and qualified engineers within Shropshire.

We can keep our prices low as we deliver your stove directly to your home, so we can pass on these savings to you. We understand that it is a large purchase and therefore we welcome you to our showroom where the current range of wood burning stoves, cookers, boilers and pellet heaters are. Come and have a chat and a cup of tea.

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