A simply styled stove which is well suited for any small room featuring Tripleburn technology to give you the best performance from your stove.
The larger 5kw ACR Buxton multifuel, stove suitable for smoke controlled areas.
The Esse 100 double door is such a classic design, soft, feminine and with such a wide glass door. The 2 doors makes me think of older times and traditions.
The cast iron top of this stove hinges back allowing you to place your cooking pans directly on top of the stove.
A slim compact stove which is ideal for small rooms with a nominal heat output of 4.7kW.
A traditional 5kw cast iron stove with 21st technology.
The slightly bigger Hunter Herald 6 stove has an output of 7 kw and can have a 3.5kW clip in boiler added, capable of running domestic hot water and a couple of radiators
The fine looking 5kw Astwood will suit a medium to large sized room.
The taller version of the Earlswood with integral log store.
For a small 5kw stove the Rowandale has a very wide window on the flames.
Esse's Warmheart model allows you to boil a kettle and cook a meal on your stove.
Giving out 6 kw, the Hunter Herald 4 is the smallest of the Herald range of stoves. As with all the Herald models it has airwashed glass, single or double doors and a choice of flat top, low or high canopy
This multfuel cast iron stove has a nominal heat output between 7-8kw with a pretty decent fuel efficiency of 78%.
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 Herald 5 slimline is a 4.5kW stove which has a narrow profile allowing it to be installed where some other stoves could not go.
The 9kw nominal heat output of the Harmony 33 will suit larger rooms.