Aduro stoves are all convector stoves which means that the heat that is generated from the stove is released through slots in the body allowing the room to warm up more evenly. Another advantage that you get from a convector stove is the distance that the stove can sit away from the wall is reduced, this can be particularly useful when space in a room is at a premium. Each Aduro model has been fitted with the clever Aduro-tronic air control system which makes operating the stove more automatic and ensures an economical use of fuel, one of the system's biggest advantages. Aduro have several models that are suitable for smoke controlled areas and one model which will take a direct air supply making it suitable for well insulated houses. We also supply the Aduro glass floorplates that can be delivered at the same time as your stove.
Aduro-tronic is a clever patent pending system which automatically regulates the combustion air for you and ensures that the primary air is set at the correct rate. So often we put a fresh log in the stove and forget to close down the primary air again. The Aduro-tronic system takes care of this problem so you can be sure that the stove is always running at peak efficiency.
When refuelling your stove you just need to pull out the Aduro-tronic lever so activating the system. After five minutes, the Aduro-tronic system will have closed, ready for when you need to refuel the stove again later.
Aduro have made a short, yet highly informative film called Success with your stove which is worth watching for anyone with an interest in woodburning stoves.
The Aduro 9 models are popular and you can understand why. They are all suitable for use in Smoke Control Areas. There is the option of a pedestal, wall hung model, or one with a covered log store in the base.
This is a stunningly oval shaped stove with a solid base that will be the talking point of any room. The very wide large glass provides a great view of the flames.
Aduro Hybrid H1 with its contemporary body and technological innovation is bringing wood pellet to your living room.
The pedestal and side glass panels make up the Aduro 9-3 woodburning stove.
The 9 Air is the model to choose if you have a well sealed house and need to fit a direct air supply.
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 Aduro 15 stove is available in a few different versions. This has a solid base.
A wall mounted model that has a classical oval body with a wide glass and can be mounted at a height to suit you.
The small Aduro 16 is the baby of the range but still gives a heat output of 5kw.
The Aduro Outdoor fireplace is a lovely way to sit out under the stars and yet be cosy and warm with your family and friends. A fantastic way to extend your summer and evenings out all year round.