Multi-fuel stoves are one of the most popular options for homes looking to install a real fire. We have multi-fuel stoves of all designs to suit any design of homes. Our multi-fuel stoves provide a clean and efficient combustion system as they are eco design and clear skies approved and for those in smoke control zones most of our stoves are also Defra approved meaning they are suitable for smoke control zones. Various types of fuel can be used on a multi-fuel stove including wood, peat and smokeless coal, giving various options to you the user of which fuel you would like to burn. Making it one of the most cost affective appliances of the stove ranges available.
Don’t have a chimney? No problem! Our freestanding stoves can be placed almost anywhere within a home ideal for newer built homes and extensions. They can be placed in the centre of a wall, corner or in an open plan area to become the focal point of any room with enough heat output for that area. We have a wide range of freestanding stoves with log box options or high and low legs.
Our freestanding stoves are eco design, Defra approved and are available as wood burning or multi-fuel suitable for sitting close to plaster board walls curved, and glass at the sides to give optimum viewing of the flames all available.
No the government are not banning the use of stoves the media reported incorrectly what they were banning was the sale of wet fuel as it gives off to much carbon and also stoves now have to comply with the new rules brought out in January 2022 eco design/clear skies which means they are more eco friendly giving out less emissions into the atmosphere as they now burn off their own gases. Find out more here
There’s only 2 reasons a stove glass goes black, either the fuel you are burning is not suitable ie is wet or has been treated and it is letting off tar or the stove is not getting enough air some users turn the air controls down to far and this causes the stove to slumber meaning there is not enough air for combustion and the fuel is soldering rather than burning also letting off tar this damages your flue and a build up of tar can lead to a chimney fire.
Yes, your stove requires servicing at least once per year for those who use the stove regularly or burn smokeless coal most of the time we recommend servicing it twice during this process, not only is the flue cleaned but the stove is also checked to ensure the insulation bricks and rope seals are in good order deterioration of these parts can cause damage to the stove and flue.
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