Wood-burning stoves are the latest must have home feature and can be a great focal point in your living room, creating a warm, cosy feel. It can also be a practical way to cut or avoid rising heating bills.

A good quality stove should be between 70% and 85% efficient as opposed to 20% you can expect from an open fire.

It is important to ensure that the stove is sized correctly for your room. When we survey your property we will help you do this.

Although wood is the typical type of fuel people think of to burn in a stove, you can also burn other fuels such as coal in a multi-fuel stove. Here we show a number of high quality stoves and their features to help you decide which stove may be best for you.

There are many factors to take into consideration when choosing a stove, including;-

– Do you have a chimney or is the stove going to be free standing?

– Is your property is a smoke control zone?

– Do you want the stove to also heat your water?

– Would a modern, inset, freestanding or traditional stove suit your property best?

The following pages let you explore some of the possibilities.

Contemporary Stoves: , Stuv, Jetmaster, Spartherm, Rais, Scan, Harrie Lenders, Morso, Pevex, Piazetta, Bodart and Gonay,Hwam

Traditional Stoves: Charnwood, Jotul, ChesneyClearview, Dunsley