Stoves - wood, multi fuel, gas & electric

Choosing Your Stove

Choosing a Stove

Firstly, decide whether you want to burn solid fuels such as logs, smokeless fuels and anthracite or have the ‘switch on’ convenience coal or log effects using gas or electricity. If the stove is to be your prime source of heating for a room then you will need around 1kW of heat for each 14 cu.m. of volume.

Wood and Multi fuel stoves

Huntingdon 30 stoveLogs burns best on a flat bed of ash, with air for combustion coming from above. Coal and smokeless fuels burn best on a grate, with air entering from beneath the fire and cinders dropping into an ashpan below.  Wood burning-only models, therefore, have flat fuel beds whilst multi fuel models incorporate grates, but the latter are also designed to allow you to develop a bed of ash upon which to burn logs should you wish.Riva Vision Small Stove

Stovax offer a wide choice of traditional and contemporary models to suit most rooms and homes, including those with special integral boilers to run radiators or provide domestic hot water. The ‘Key Facts’ section on each product page will give you detailed information or you can use our Product Finder to quickly refine your search for the right product.

More information about wood and multi fuel stoves.

View our wood and multi fuel stoves: Traditional stoves - Contemporary stoves.

Gas stoves

Riva Nemos Gas stoveMany Gazco gas stoves are based on their multi fuel equivalents so feature the same or very similar styling. They all offer highly realistic fire effects with either log or coal fuel beds as well as the convenience of dancing flames and instant heat at the turn of a switch. Most gas stoves can also be upgraded to operation via a remote control, including a version which features a thermostat and programmable time periods just like central heating.

View our gas stoves: Traditional gas stoves - Contemporary gas stoves.

Electric stoves

Electric Huntingdon stoveMany Gazco gas stoves are based on their multi fuel equivalents so feature the same or very similar styling. They all offer highly realistic, log effect fires with simulated flames as well as a fan heater providing either 1kW or 2kW of heat discreetly mounted under the stove. In addition, you can alter the heat output of flame effect from the remote control.

View our electric stoves: Traditional electric stoves - Contemporary electric stoves.