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 Multifuel Contemporary Free Standing 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
The Harmony GLS has the glass-covered door and the log store underneath - I really like the combination of the deep black finish to the door and the texture of the logs.
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 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 highly contemporary ACR Neo pedestal model.
The Neo 1C EcoDesign has a large curved glass window in the front of the stove with a handy cupboard beneath the firebox.
Similar to the Neo 1C EcoDesign but with even more window to see the fire through
The superb Neo EcoDesign pedestal stove but with even more glass
The Neo 1F EcoDesign is the shortest model in the range of Neo contemporary stoves and is designed to fit into existing fireplace openings.
The Neo 3F EcoDesign 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 smallest 4.9 kW model is perfect for small homes. Change the standard look by adding the pedestal for a contemporary twist, this lifts the stove for an eye level view of the flames and makes it easier on your back for loading.
Classic good design and a cast iron door really make the Arada Farringdon medium a classic stove. The Medium gives you a bit of a higher output.
The Arada Farringdon Large stove has the highest maximum heat output of 12kW which will keep you warm through the coldest of winters. The Farringdon Large is a very controllable stove so you can easily burn it more slowly when you don't need the full 12kW.
The Westfire 35 is a stylish and elegant multifuel stove that gives out 4.3kW of heat to the room. There is also the option of the Westfire 35 SE Defra exempt model.
With its wide window and lovely oval shape it's no wonder that the Opus Harmony is popular. 7kW heat output makes the Harmony suited to a small-medium sized room.
The Opus Harmony is a wide stove, slightly oval when viewed from above. The glass-covered door lends it a reflective deep black finish.
Broseley Desire 5 Widescreen Multifuel Stove adds a fantastic widescreen option to the Desire range.
Broseley Ignite 5 Widescreen Multifuel Stove is the new widescreen model of the Ignite range.
The new Broseley Hereford 5 SE widescreen stove.
The Mendip Woodland Stove is an attractive 4.5 kW multifuel stove with a decent sized fire box and options for direct air.
The Woodland convector plus stove can be placed much closer to wooden materials, glass, or a combustible wall. This stove is EcoDesign ready, okay for use in smokeless areas, and can come with a direct air supply.
The new design of the popular Mendip Loxton stove.