Stovax are based in Exeter in Devon and they make a huge range of stoves, from traditional models such as the Stockton, Brunel and Huntingdon, to much more contemporary versions such as their View and Riva Studio insets. Most Stovax stoves are now Defra Exempt, which means you can use them to burn wood cleanly in smoke control areas.
The Stovax Stocktons are a broad range of steel stoves with heat outputs from 3.75 to 11kW. The large curved viewing windows on these stoves gives a good view of the fire. Many Stocktons are Defra Exempt for smoke control areas, they are well built and good value for money.
Stovax Huntingdon stoves are a range of elegant cast iron stoves with distinctive arched tracery on the window. The Huntingdon stove models have heat outputs from 5kW to 9kW (so are suited to small – medium sized rooms) and have uniquely concealed door handles and hinges.
The Stovax Vogue range features a large fire box window so you can enjoy the flame pictures, contemporary styling and can be room sealed for well insulated homes. It is also Defra exempt for smoke controlled areas.
The smallest cast iron stove in the Huntingdon range.