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Multi fuel stoves let you burn wood or coal. To be able to run on coal a stove needs a robust grate, usually made from cast iron, as the coal gets very hot. Even so the grate is a replaceable part and when burning coal you'd expect to have to replace it a few times during the life of your stove, although there are things which you can do to make it last longer. Multifuel stoves will tend to have dual air controls, one for the air coming up through the grate and one for the air coming in above the fire. That's because when you burn coal you have the top control more or less closed and control the fire using the bottom control. With wood it's the other way around.
The addition of a log store to the Broseley Desire 5 multifuel stove will particularly suit situations where there the stove is being installed freestanding in the room using a twin wall insulated flue system.
The Ekol Clarity 5 high stove is raised up by 200 mm creating a useful log store underneath.
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 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 superb Neo EcoDesign pedestal stove but with even more glass
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 larger Broseley Desire 7 multifuel stove will be a great addition to your home, whether it be in the town or the country.
The Broseley Hereford 7kw multifuel stove is suitable for smokeless areas.
The highly contemporary ACR Neo pedestal model.
The Mendip Woodland Stove is an attractive 4.5 kW multifuel stove with a decent sized fire box and options for direct air.
The larger 5kw ACR Buxton multifuel, stove suitable for smoke controlled areas.
The largest of the Heralds, the Hunter Herald 14 multifuel stove can put out up to 16kw or, with a wrap around boiler, heat 10 radiators and do the domestic hot water.
A great view of the fire and a great deal.
AGA Ellesmere EC5W Stove
The Aga Wren is a compact design with a nod to the traditional but all the contemporary features you'd wish for in a new stove.
A Defra exempt boiler stove from Ekol which can power wood-fired central in smoke controlled areas.
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.
Standing tall and wide this stove gives such a warm and welcoming focus to your house.
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 AGA Ellesmere EC4 stove has a characteristically deep shape to the door. It is Defra Exempt meaning you can burn wood on it in a smoke control area and it's under 5kW.
The new Aga Ludlow continues the Aga tradition of solidly made and efficient multifuel stoves.