Stovesonline Wood Burning Stoves UK
You want to be relaxing in front of your new wood burning stove, so let us take care of technical advice and design, and provide support during and after installation.
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Be it a tiny shepherd's hut, a cosy woodburner for your living room, a Passiv Haus or Grand Design centrepiece; we help you bring your project to reality. You get help and guidance with finding the perfect wood stove, installation advice, flue system design, and even renewable central heating system design is all part of our service.
You can expect us to be friendly, knowledgeable and efficient, with help and support that carries on after your wood burning stove is installed.
Find a Stove
Whatever type of project you have we can design, specify and supply your flue system, and then provide ongoing support when you install.Find out more
Wood Burning Stoves
Spares & Accessories
Read & Research
Want to research a bit before you buy? I would too.
You can explore our help & advice section for lots of information, advice and guidance on a wide range of topics.
EcoDesign by 2021
EcoDesign regulations set strict limits on the efficiency and emissions of wood burning stoves. Ecodesign comes into force in the UK by 2022, but we want to do better than that, so we're adopting it a year ahead of schedule. By the end of the year, apart from any last remaining stock, we will only be supplying stoves and pellet boilers that comply with EcoDesign.Browse Ecodesign Stoves
Heating System Design
Take the guesswork out of renewables
You'll talk the system through with us first, go over your plans, ask questions.
Our designs can combine many inputs like biomass, stoves, heat pumps, solar. You get understandable schematics that your installer can work to and we're there to help when you are installing, commissioning and using your system.
A Tree for Every Stove
We plant a tree for every stove we sell (well nearer to two actually) in partnership with the International Tree Foundation. Trees not produce firewood and timber, they capture CO2, improve biodiversity, retain water, reduce erosion, support livelihoods and make better places to live.A Tree for a stove