Morso stoves are top of the range stoves made by a long established Danish manufacturer. I have renovated Morso stoves made as far back as 1880, so I know that these stoves are made to last! Their cleanburn technology is second to none, giving very efficient burning and the airwash system really works, ensuring that the glass stays beautifully clean so that you can watch it all happening.
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Arada have been making stoves in Dorset for over 30 years. The Aarrow Contemporary Living range include small, efficient stoves like the Aarrow Acorn 4 ideal for houseboats, up to much higher heat output stoves that can supply domestic hot water and heating for the whole home.
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Esse Engineering have been making stoves since the 19th century. Esse have a wide range of stoves that cover everything from traditional looking stoves to highly contemporary models to beautifully engineered cooking ranges.
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Mendip Stoves offer a range of good quality, value for money, european made stoves. The flagship stove of the range is the Mendip which is made here in the UK.
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Dru stoves are top of the range, well built, cast iron stoves. The Dru 44 MF is a 4.9kW multifuel stove well suited to a 'normal' living room, whilst the Dru 64 CB and 78 CB are dedicated, cleanburning woodburners which give out 9kW and 11 kW respectively.
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ACR have a long history of importing stoves to the UK and so it should be no surprise that they have now created their own range in two different styles, all of which are suitable for smokeless areas as they are Defra approved. There is the ACR Traditional range including enamelled and painted stoves in a choice of colours, and the new Contemporary range to include the Neo models.
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Nordpeis are a Norwegian manufacturer that makes a wide range of stoves from cast iron stoves suited to inglenook settings, to more contemporary models. Nordpeis stoves carry a 10 year guarantee.
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Broseley Stoves are a British manufacturer that are renowned for producing stoves that are built to last. The traditional material of cast iron conducts the heat efficiently and the design ranges of their stoves offer a choice of style to suit all situations. Broseley are leading the way with their eVolution 26 boiler stove that has received MCS accreditation and the Snowdon 26SE which is suitable for smoke controlled areas.
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Stunning, modern and innovative, these contemporary designer stoves have high design values as well as being technologically advanced.
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Stratford Ecoboiler Stoves
Made in the UK by Arada Stoves, the Stratford Hardworking Heating range include a wide choice of integral boiler stoves. There are six Ecoboiler freestanding models and three inserts available, ranging right up to the 25kW Ecoboiler 25 HE boiler stove. Improvements and innovations to the boiler design in these Ecoboiler stoves mean you will get a faster response, a higher output and better performance.
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Walltherm Stoves are produced by Walnoefer, a firm committed to manufacturing the highest quality and most efficient stoves in the world. Using gasification technology normally only found in utility boilers they have created their Walltherm Zebru range that are not only the most efficient stoves in the world, and the most clean burning, but also create the most stunning visual display. You can watch the top chamber with its flickering flames as it burns the wood and the bottom chamber as a jet of pure flame comes streaming down at 1000 degrees and then curls around to enter the boiler tubes behind.
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Great cast iron stoves that are hard to beat in a environmental way.
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Westfire traditional stoves
Westfire, a Danish stove manufacturer known for the quality and looks of their contemporary stoves, now produce more traditional woodburning stoves specially for the UK. Their traditional stoves have of course been brought right up to date.
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Inset stoves (also known as inserts or cassette stoves) sit almost flush with your wall. An inset stove is about as close as possible as you will get to hanging a fire on your wall as a picture. An inset stove gives you a lot of freedom in many ways in that the end result is very much dependent on how you install it; an inset stove may be installed with a fireplace surround for that traditional UK look, or in a plain white wall for that more contemporary window of fire.
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We've been selling Hunter multifuel stoves for many years as they represent such good value for money. The Hunter stove body is made from decent thickness steel and the doors are cast iron. The cleverly designed grate makes Hunter stoves excellent at burning both wood and coal and almost every model has a choice of flat top, low or high canopy.
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Saey produce a range of top quality cast iron stoves, all made in Belgium to a very high specification. Their attention to detail and build quality are second to none. These are stoves that do their job effortlessly and will continue to do it for years to come.
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Tiger and Firefox stoves
Tiger and Firefox stoves are a range of multifuel cast iron stoves. With heat outputs from 5 to 13 kW there is a Tiger or Firefox stove to suit everything from the smallest up to the medium sized room and all at great prices.
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Vermont stoves are well known for their quality, effectiveness, durability and classic style. The flue pathways inside a Vermont are ingenious and they were one of the first to start using catalysts to reduce emissions and increase efficiency. As well as the more traditional models Vermont now also make some more modern looking stoves, to the same standards of course.
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A range of hybrid stoves (consisting of cast iron inner components and a steel shell which is up to 10mm think) which are all Defra Exempt. This includes the first ever double sided stove to be Defra Exempt too!
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Saltfire Aquaburn boiler stoves
The Saltfire Aquaburn 20 and 30 boiler stoves are both high output boiler stoves and DEFRA approved for burning wood in smokeless zones.
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Invicta cast iron stoves
Invicta have been making stoves in the Champagne region of France for over 80 years and have put their technical expertise together with some excellent design work to produce a range of highly efficient stoves that both catch the eye and work really well. Unlike some manufacturers these days, who have many of the components and castings made in different countries around the world, Invicta do everything in house, from the castings right down to the testing, which means they never compromise on quality control.
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The Villager range from Arada Stoves are sturdy, reasonably priced steel stoves, with cast iron doors, flue spigots, grates etc. All of the Villager Timeless Classic range of stoves are fire bricked lined for longevity and most have airwashed glass and efficient air delivery systems. We've sold thousands of Villager stoves over the years and know them as well designed, no-nonsense stoves that have stood the test of time. Arada have introduced two new boiler stoves with the Villager name.
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Franco Belge Stoves
Franco Belge have been making cast iron stoves for many years and, having fitted many Franco Belge stoves, we know how well these stoves work.
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Stovax manufacture both steel and traditional cast iron multifuel stoves and woodburning stoves with the added benefits of airwash (airwash keeps the window of your stove clean), and cleanburn (cleanburn increases burning efficiency).
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Dovre stoves have been successfully combating Norwegian winters for over 60 years and produce a good range of high quality cast iron stoves with generous sized viewing windows. Dovre stoves also have nice clean lines and very reasonable price tags.
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Snug stoves come in four sizes, the 4kW Snug AX1, the 5kW Snug AX2, the 7kW Snug AX3, making them well suited to any rooms, summerhouses, sheds, boats, caravans. Snug stoves are multifuel stoves, made here in the UK and at a fantastic price.
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La Nordica are a leading Italian manufacturer of stoves who make a wide range of inset, freestanding and range cooker stoves with and without boilers, some of which are Defra Exempt for use in smoke control areas.
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Bohemia stoves come in four different sizes from the small 3-4kW Bohemia 30 stove up to the 6-8kW Bohemia 60 stove.
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Charnwood stoves are based on the Isle of Wight. Charnwood make a range of woodburning and multi fuel stoves as well as producing stoves with backboilers for central heating. All the charnwood stoves are cleanburning and have airwash as standard.
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Range cooker stoves
Cooker range stoves are the heart of the traditional kitchen. A stove is always a natural focal point and what better than to sit next to a crackling range while pots bubble on the hot plates and the smell of roasting comes from the oven. Stovesonline offer a few choice range cooker stoves that we feel are the leading wood range stoves.
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Double Sided Stoves
Our stylish double sided stoves can open onto two rooms or, if you are looking for something different, a double sided stove can be situated away from the wall, in the centre of the room.
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Dunsley have been making stoves in the UK for over 50 years. The Dunsley Yorkshire and Highlander stoves have such low emissions that they are approved for burning wood or coal in smoke control areas even when fitted with a backboiler.
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Jotul have been making high quality cast iron stoves for a many years and were one of the first stove importers into this country.
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Here we have some efficient little multifuel budget priced stoves that will go anywhere, from a conservatory, to a caravan, to a workshop and really won't break the bank. These models are cheaper than the high-end models such as Morso but are still great and chuck out lots of warmth.
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Stoves are by no means a modern invention. People have been making cast iron stoves for hundreds of years. These Antique Stoves are often of a different shape from the modern box shaped stoves of today. The slim elegant shape of these antique stoves is not just for looks, it also increases their efficiency. Often featuring advanced combustion technology (cleanburn) these antique stoves are also very reliable, sturdy and, above all, beautiful.
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At last a workshop stove that lets you burn wood and sawdust. These cleverly designed workshop stoves are efficient and very cheap and we also offer a full range of reasonable priced flue to go with them.
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