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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.
Whilst many of our stoves and fires feature Cleanburn technology for high efficiency heating in urban smoke control areas, some models burn so cleanly they meet, and in many cases even exceed, future Ecodesign emission and efficiency standards.
In the second of our series of ‘Made Easy’ blogs, we’ll be explaining terms that will crop up before and during your fire or stove installation. These are all things that need to be considered, but we’ll explain some of the key areas and take away some of the mystery behind some of the topics you’re likely to come across.
Vision Midi wood burning and multi-fuel stoves deliver outstanding heating performance in a stylish, contemporary package and feature a host of optional extras letting you tailor them to your needs.
Nothing beats relaxing in the warming, flickering glow of a wood burning stove, whilst knowing that you are helping to reduce your carbon footprint.
A wood burning stove will bring light and warmth to your home and with it an irresistible ambiance of real, crackling flames. However, you might think that woodburners are only for larger country homes, but thanks to Stovax’s smoke control area approved stoves, homes in urban areas can now enjoy all the benefits of wood burning!
Autumn is a time for brisk walks, large cups of teas and a warm fire waiting for you at home. Whether you are looking to upgrade your existing heating appliance or simply need some advice on choosing the perfect log burning size or style for your home, Stovax has a wide range of log burning stoves and useful advice that will get your home ready and warm before the start of the winter.
Under the Clean Air Act 1993, local authorities are able to declare part of a city or town a smoke control area. This means that within that area it is an offence to emit smoke from the chimney of a building from any fire, stove or boiler.