Wood burning stoves come in many shapes, sizes and types. Modern wood stoves can burn efficiently over a much wider range of heat outputs - so, unlike an old stove, you can run a modern stove more slowly and not produce a lot of smoke. They also give out far lower particulate emissions than old models - look out for EcoDesign Ready models are these tend to be the cleanest. A selection of the Wood Burning Free Standing Stoves that we supply are shown below. If the stove you want is not shown then please don't worry - just contact us.
These stoves present a broad range of the many brands and types we supply. As the winter draws in there is nothing quite so appealing as sitting in front of a cosy crackling wood stove.
There are a lot of stoves available so please do let our expert team help point you in the right direction; just contact us. We would love to guide you through the various stove choices, provide help & advice and free installation design to make sure it all goes smoothly.
We can help with everything from a small burner for your shepherd's hut, right up to a fully automated renewable heating system.
Popular Wood Burning Free Standing Stoves
The smallest of the Invicta Sedan models but with all the attributes that cast iron brings, the S has a 5kW heat output for smaller rooms or where it is a secondary heat source. Being cast iron it gives a more even heat distribution and allows the stored energy to continue to heat the space after the fire has gone out.
A unique oval stove, the Invicta Mandor throws out up to 15kW of heat. Like the other Invicta stoves the Mandor is an efficient cast iron woodburning stove.
The 9-1 Aduro is the standard model with solid steel sides. It's robust appearance commands a presence in any space.
The 9 Air is the model to choose if you have a well sealed house and need to fit a direct air supply.
Saltfire Peanut 8 is the larger 8kW output version.
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 Aduro 15 stove is available in a few different versions. This has a solid base.
The Aduro 9-5 is the tallest model in the range, 1200mm in height.
Giving out up to 19kW of heat the Bruno T10 woodburning stove is suited to the larger space. The 10 convection tubes of the Bruno T10 wood stove circulate hot air around the room of up to 380 cubic metres.
A great view of the fire and a great deal.
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.
A large 15kW cast iron stove with a front and side loading door, the sedan L is traditionally, yet simply styled. A woodburning stove with a very large window the Sedan L is also available in an ivory enamel finish as well as the standard anthracite.
If you only have a narrow space then this stove is ideal. The three glass sides mean you can see the flames from more than one angle.
The Vision is a stove made by Spanish manufacturer Carbel and the tall window gives a generous and full view of the flames.
The Firebelly Firepod stove is a new design from Firebelly yet has the characteristic Firebelly touch. At 10kW the Firepod stove is suited to heating a medium sized room.
The space heating version of the famous Walltherm Zebru which uses the same downward gasification technology to create an ultra clean burning stove with a high efficiency.
The Purefire Eco Design Slimline 5kw woodburning stove is a new design for 2018 which meets the new Eco Design requirements.
Parkray Aspect 80B is the new boiler stove in the Aspect range.
The Dik Geurts Ivar 5 is a cleanly designed 4.9kW stove, a great pick for the smaller living room.