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The Malvern is a classic little 5kW burner while the Malvern LS has the integral log store fitted underneath the firebox.
For a small 5kw stove the Rowandale has a very wide window on the flames.
This new A+ rated stove from Esse combines wood-fired cooking in the baking oven and on its four-zoned cooking hob, whilst providing radiant heat for the room.
The fine looking 5kw Astwood will suit a medium to large sized room.
Esse's Warmheart model allows you to boil a kettle and cook a meal on your stove.
One of the classic Vermont stoves, the Intrepid is popular with existing and new owners alike and the woodburner is now Defra Exempt. The Vermont Intrepid has the trademark window tracery, firechamber catalyst, optional warming shelves and is available in a range of fine enamelled colours.
The Vermont Encore woodburning stove gives you the choice of using the integrated catalyst for higher efficiency and lower emissions, or to bypass it for a more relaxed flame pattern. An 8kW woodburner, the Encore is suited to the medium sized room.
This multfuel cast iron stove has a nominal heat output between 7-8kw with a pretty decent fuel efficiency of 78%.
The 9kw nominal heat output of the Harmony 33 will suit larger rooms.
The Stovax Vogue range features a large fire box window so you can enjoy the flame pictures, contemporary styling and can be room sealed for well insulated homes. It is also Defra exempt for smoke controlled areas.
The Jotul F400 wood burning stove is a lovely looking cleanburn stove - available in many colours
The Dunsley Yorkshire can come as a dedicated woodburner or as a multifuel stove. With a maximum output of around 17kW when burning wood the Yorkshire is a high output stove. The Yorkshire is exempt for wood burning in smoke control areas even when fitted with a 11.7kW boiler.
The larger 5kw ACR Buxton multifuel, stove suitable for smoke controlled areas.
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.