Your stove needs air to burn. If it can't be connected to an external air supply then it takes that air from the room - and that air has to get in somewhere, which means you end up sucking in cold outside air into your home.
Here we have Direct Air Stoves that can be connected to an external air supply. You simply run a duct to the outside and connect it up to the stove, usually at the back.
We list the stoves as either Partial, where only some of the combustion air is supplied via the external duct, or Total, where all of the combustion air is supplied through the duct.
We also list whether the stove is Air Sealed, meaning that openings in the stove itself have been sealed so as to minimise air leaks through the stove, important for air tightness and newbuild pressure tests.
Our technical team will be pleased to talk about the specific requirements for your project, we are always happy to help.
You might like to read more in depth information about External air supplies for stoves
Fuel & Style
Popular Direct Air Stoves
The ultimate in style and functionality, the Smart 120 becomes the heart of your home, providing hot water, heating the house and allowing you to cook. The Smart 120 pellet cooker is MCS registered.
The Klover Smart 80 is a wood pellet boiler combined with a cooking hot plate. so you have a compact, modern, highly efficient pellet stove which you can heat a kettle or saucepan on, whilst also providing your domestic hot water and heating.
The Purefire Cosey 5 SE.
The superb Neo pedestal stove but with even more glass
The 9 Air is the model to choose if you have a well sealed house and need to fit a direct air supply.
The Harmony LS has an open log store area under the door which is useful for storing that night's firewood and the logs look really nice too.
The Opus Harmony PR can be partially rotated - so you can have a better view of the flames if you move to another part of the room.
The larger Broseley Desire 7 multifuel stove will be a great addition to your home, whether it be in the town or the country.
The Broseley Hereford 7kw multifuel stove is suitable for smokeless areas.
The Nordpejs Duo 5 has a sealed compartment below the firebox. This makes the stove quite clean lined and also the least expensive option of this model.
The Opus Tempo 80i DS
The highly contemporary pedestal model.
The larger 5kw ACR Buxton multifuel, stove suitable for smoke controlled areas.
The wide Esse 225 XK SE contemporary stove has the option to burn wood or smokeless fuel giving out over 8kw if required.
The Mendip Woodland Stove is an attractive 4.5 kW multifuel stove with a decent sized fire box and options for direct air.
This is one of the early contemporary Dan Skan stoves - not available with soapstone cover but it can certainly hold itself in the contemporary world of highly efficient wood burners.
If the stove is being sited freestanding in the room, not in a fireplace, the Westfire 23 Side Glass stove would be a good choice as you will be able to view the flames from all three sides.
Standing tall and wide this stove gives such a warm and welcoming focus to your house.
The Neo 3F is a compact contemporary stove similar to the Neo 1F. However, this model has the extra side glass panels, which means the flames can be seen through the sides of the stove as well as the front.
The Vision is a stove made by Spanish manufacturer Carbel and the tall window gives a generous and full view of the flames.