Tag Archives: Wood burner

Do you know a wood burning stove from a multi-fuel stove?

29 Aug

Stovax-Riva-Plus-Large-Mult

Many stoves on the market today are designed as dedicated wood burning or multi-fuel appliances. Although there are similarities and logs may be burnt on multi-fuel stoves, there are some important differences to the structure of each type of stove to ensure their efficiency and performance when burning their specified fuel type. (more…)

Last weekend of Riva Fever!

20 Jun

Riva Fever Promotion

After enjoying much success, our Riva Fever promotion on Riva wood burning inset fires, Riva multi-fuel inset fires and Riva stoves is now finally drawing to a close. If you have yet to take advantage of this saving of up to £200 off SRPs ensure you visit your local Stovax retailer before the offer closes on Friday 28th June. (more…)

Wood Burning Stoves in an Urban Area

30 May

The Stockton Smoke Control Promotion

Installing a multi-fuel or wood burning stove into your home can give you a number of benefits. Not only can it add value to your house, but a multi-fuel or wood burning stove will also provide warmth, ambience and character from which all the family will benefit. (more…)

Free Smoke Control Kits Available with Stockton Stoves!

3 May

The Stockton Smoke Control Promotion

The popularity of burning wood has increased over the years due to its carbon neutral benefits. After all, it is one of the many ways to offset your carbon footprint. Today, stove and fire manufacturers have produced wood burning and multi-fuel models that can be enjoyed in many homes, even in Smoke Control Areas! (more…)

Riva Fever is back and for a limited time only!

21 Mar

Riva Fever Promotion

Riva Fever is back by popular demand. (more…)

Why should you invest in a Cleanburn wood burning stove?

27 Feb

Riva 50

Technical advances in stove design such as Cleanburn technology ensure that most stoves and fires have outstanding efficiencies. A Cleanburn wood burning stove results in more heat delivery into the room and less going up the chimney. (more…)