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 Wood Burning 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 round shape, discrete handles and unrivalled view of the fire all combine to produce a superb looking stove. With the logs below and the curling orange flames above, the Trio fills any room with warmth, light and relaxation
The open log store compartment under the firebox of the Opus Melody LS is a handy addition and the wood looks nice too all stacked up.
The Opus Melody GLS has the glass-covered door and the log store underneath - a nice combination, and handy too.
The Purefire Eco Design Slimline SE 5kw woodburning stove is a new design for 2018 which meets the new Eco Design requirements.
Elegant, curved and compact, the Opus Aria is a lovely 5kW wood stove.
Parkray Aspect 5 stoves bring a controllable 4 to 7 kW of heat to your home with an large and attractive fire window.
Parkray Aspect 7 stove.
At 9kW the Dik Geurts Ivar 8 is at home in the medium sized room. The Ivar 8 has a clean take on the traditional UK stove design.
The Opus Calypso is a stylish modern stove that looks and burns like the designer stove it is, but hidden inside is a boiler that will heat your domestic hot water and more while you’re enjoying the flames.
The smallest of the Opus Tempos yet it has the biggest window of any 5 kW stove on the market.
The Woodfire Passiv is a 10kW contemporary freestanding boiler stove.
Parkray Aspect 4 stoves are compact and yet maintain a nominal output of 4.9 kW with the large fire glass which is at the heart of the Aspect range.
Parkray Aspect 5 compact stove has all the features as the 5 but in a smaller package.
Parkray Aspect 4 compact stove.
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Parkray Aspect 14 stove.
Parkray Aspect 80B is the new boiler stove in the Aspect range.
Clean, linear and compact, the Opus Tempo 60 is the smallest in the range and can go where the larger models cannot. The Tempo 60 is a 4.8kW, A rated woodburner.
What a lovely stove from Dik Geurts: the Odin is original and can be shown off in a variety of different ways. This is a stove to create some Wow.
The simple but elegant design of the Nordpeis Bergen would suit almost any style of setting. The Bergen has a nominal output of 5kw, but has a large firebox so should be able to produce around 7kw if needed. The large rectangular glass window gives a great view of the flames.
The Woodfire CX8 stove is the smallest of the free-standing Woodfire stoves, with a total output of 8kW, 5.4kW to water and 2.6kW to air, making it ideally suited for use in low energy houses. The CX8 is a dedicated woodburning boiler stove which can be supplied with all the air it needs for combustion via an external air duct.
The Nordpejs Duo series have 4 models. The Duo 1 has a pedestal base.