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The Government has finally put a stop to the sale of polluting fuels such as wet, unseasoned wood and house coal. This fantastic news means that more stoves and fires across the UK will be burnt the way they should, with correct fuels such as good quality dry wood or authorised smokeless mineral fuels.
As the temperature drops and Autumn sets in, many people are opting to add a low-emission Ecodesign wood burning stove to their home. Here are five different designs to suit modern or traditional tastes, and anything in between.
As part of the Clean Air Strategy the government will ban the most polluting fuels – wet or ’fresh’ wood and coal – next year, and has made clear there are no plans to ban wood burning stoves. Read on to find out how you can easily burn the right wood and mineral fuels.
The Vogue Midi T Highline creates a stunning focal point wherever it is installed. Featuring a tall log store base with closed front and stylish stainless steel trim, this contemporary stove is both minimalist yet full of presence. Offered as a gas, electric or solid fuel stove, the Highline can suit a huge range of homes and requirements. Read on to see which version will add the perfect centrepiece to your interior.
Combining elegant detailing with a simple and stylish design, the Stockton 5 is a versatile stove that can suit anything from a country cottage to a luxurious town house. An elegantly arched door window beautifully frames the flame picture, itself framed with subtle beveling and architrave detailing moulded from high quality cast iron. Yet this stove’s styling is also modest enough to tastefully juxtapose contemporary interiors. The Stockton 5’s attractive design is offered in wood burning, gas and electric versions. Read on to see which Stockton 5 will make the perfect addition to your home.
Our popular Stockton range has long epitomised everything Stovax stoves stand for — stunning aesthetics, durable construction and reliability. Now enhanced with Ecodesign Ready combustion systems and integral heat shields for greater installation versatility, Stockton 3 and 5 stoves sit proudly at the forefront of stove design.
Stovax Studio Ecodesign Ready fires balance extraordinary presence with high efficiency heating performance. Designed to offer the ultimate in wood burning flame visuals and controllability, this peerless range of contemporary fires will add gravity and style to your interior. Now Ecodesign Ready, they offer a low emission heating solution that surpasses forthcoming air quality requirements.
Solid fuel stoves burn wood and/or mineral fuels and provide a powerful heating solution for your home. Modern appliances like our Stovax traditional and contemporary stoves are designed with advanced combustion systems, which minimise emissions and feature powerful Airwash jets to keep the stove glass clear. These advanced wood burning and multi-fuel stoves provide high efficiency heat and stunning flame visuals. Depending on your preferences and home, there are a few things to consider when choosing your wood burning and multi-fuel stove.
The epitome of British fire design and engineering, the Chesterfield wood burning and multi-fuel range combines stylish aesthetics with cutting-edge combustion systems to bring you beautiful stoves that offer high efficiency, low emission heating.
These designer Ecodesign Ready wood burning and multi-fuel stoves offer stunningly contemporary and traditional designs. Each exceeds 2022 Ecodesign air quality standards and will bring a modern and practical heating solution to your home, when burnt with Ready to Burn wood. Thanks to their high heating performance, each is exempt from DEFRA Smoke Control restrictions in towns and cities. Read on to find out more about these elegant, high efficiency stoves.
Looking for a designer Nordic wood burning or multi-fuel stove? Stovax are the exclusive distributor of Dovre, Lotus, Varde and Nordpeis stoves in the UK. Check out these top four Scandi woodburners.
The recent media hype about wood burning stoves have caused many homeowners to be concerned about purchasing a woodburning appliance. Rest assured, wood burners are not being banned! The Clean Air Strategy 2019 ensures that the cleanest stoves are available for sale by 2022. These stoves have been named Ecodesign Ready Appliances. An Ecodesign stove lowers emissions to an absolute minimum and features a high efficiency combustion system that uses 70% less logs than an open fire and 20% less than a standard stove to heat your home. For more information about Ecodesign stoves, please visit our FAQs about Ecodesign wood burning stoves and fires.
With the colder months behind us and the warmest yet to come, burning wood is a great way to stay warm at this this awkward time of the year - when turning on the central heating feels a little over the top. But if you live in a smoke control area, it is important to ensure you are using a DEFRA approved wood burning or multi-fuel stove for heating your home with solid fuels.
We have recently been populating our product pages with videos. You can now view a burning flame of our traditional wood burning and multi-fuel stove products by visiting the relevant product page.
These stunning Reflex multi-sided gas fires let you create a two-sided or three-sided fireplace. Side windows allow the flames to be viewed from different angles, creating a unique focal point in your home.
Each Stovax stove is designed to provide both a practical and heating solution and a stunning focal point for your home. But the Sheraton 5 Wide takes things one step further. Read on to find out how the innovative design of these stylish wood burning and multi-fuel stoves translate into stunning flame visuals and high performance heating.
Elegant styling, ultra clean burning performance and suitable for urban areas. Look no further than the Huntington 25 wood burning and multi-fuel cast iron stove.
It’s that time of year when we are looking to refresh our homes and keep up with new trends. Here are our tips for how to introduce 2018's interior design trends to your fireplace.