Three ways with a Sheraton stove

Three ways with a Sheraton stove

Stovax & Gazco’s Sheraton stove range comes in all fuel types. Here, we talk you through the benefits of each version.

Sheraton 5 wood burning stoves

This convector stove range presents sophisticated classic design, with modern touches and state-of-the-art combustion. There are two sizes in the wood burning and multi-fuel stove range: the smaller Sheraton 5, and the larger Sheraton 5 Wide. Both sizes offer an impressive view of the flames, and feature cutting-edge heating technology, with most models satisfying both smoke control restrictions and Ecodesign air quality standards.

Sheraton 5 wood burning stove, from Stovax.

Sheraton 5 wood burning stoves offer a convection system, meaning that the airflow between the inner and outer skins of the stove removes heat from the rear of the appliance and delivers it into the room. This not only makes for superior heating capability, but also helps to reduce distance to combustibles.

Sheraton 5 and 5 Wide sizes are available in both dedicated wood burning and multi-fuel models, to offer you a range of options to suit your home.

Sheraton 5 gas stoves

The Sheraton 5 gas stove demonstrates how traditional heating appliances can meet modern demands. It takes the traditional wood burning design, and implements high efficiency gas heating that looks equally at home in contemporary spaces, or period renovations.

Sheraton 5 gas stove, from Gazco

This gas stove comes in both balanced flue and conventional flue options, broadening possibilities for homeowners. Conventional flue versions are ideal for renovators updating an existing fireplace, where a chimney is already available. This makes the perfect solution for updating old, inefficient fires, replacing with a classically styled stove that suits both the modern or the period home. The Sheraton 5 gas stove also comes in balanced flue options for those who do not have a chimney.

This stove offers a tall flame and deep log-effect arrangement, which is enhanced by Gazco’s EchoFlame Black Glass lining – subtly mirroring the flames within the firebox, and giving the illusion of enhanced depth. What’s more, this traditional gas log burner can be controlled via a fully-sequential thermostatic remote, offering the ultimate in convenient heating.

Sheraton 5 electric stoves

For those that love the idea of a traditional-styled stove, but want to keep installation to a minimum, the electric Sheraton 5 stove makes an ideal solution. Only requiring connection to the mains to be able to function, installation could not be easier – simply plug in, and switch on for instant ambience.

This stylish electric log burner comes with a choice of fuel effects, allowing you to mix and match to create a bespoke focal point. Using Gazco’s advanced thermostatic handset, this electric log burner gives you complete control over your fire, including options such as open window detection, and daily and weekly heating.

Sheraton 5 electric stove, from Gazco

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2 responses to “Three ways with a Sheraton stove”

  1. Graham Saunders says:

    I want a price for a replacement lower rear brick fir my sheraton 5 wood burner
    SH-5W-E please

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