You might be looking for a wood burning stove and can’t quite choose between the Sheraton 5 and Chesterfield 5, from Stovax. Read on to find out their key differences!
As you’ll probably already know, both models offer a high efficiency performance and an Ecodesign Ready burn. They’re offered in both wood burning and multi-fuel stove versions, and are DEFRA exempt for use in smoke control areas – so what’s the difference?
These convector stoves are both designed with a graceful and traditional aesthetic, with a bevelled doorframe on each and an expansive view of the flames through their wide viewing windows.
But take a closer look at the handle, and you’ll see that the Chesterfield wood burning stove offers a sophisticated rose scroll handle, which echoes the sweeping curves of its body, whilst the Sheraton 5 wood burning stove offers a neat black D-handle.
On the Chesterfield stove range, you’ll also find a curved cast iron door, base and top plate, which adds depth and character. But curves aren’t for all, and if you prefer a slightly more traditional take on a wood burner, you may prefer the face of the Sheraton wood burning stove which brings a simpler elegance.
Both the Stovax Sheraton 5 wood burning stove and the Chesterfield 5 wood burning stove are available as stunning gas and electric versions. The gas and electric models offer Gazco’s quality craftsmanship, performance, and a host of energy-saving features. Read our article about the Chesterfield Gas Stove here, or check out the Chesterfield Electric Stove here. For Sheraton 5 Gas models and Sheraton 5 electric stoves, you can find out everything you need right here on our website.
Don’t forget, if you are interested in any of these wood burning, gas or electric stoves, your local retailer is the best place to go. Find your nearest retailer here, and they will be able to advise on the best options for you and your home.