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Jøtul the well known leading stove manufacturer celebrates its tenth year of success in the UK this year.
Jøtul was initially introduced in the early 70’s and was the first wood burning stove brand to appear in the UK, but the real established business in its current guise made its mark from April 2000, under the driving power of its vibrant Managing Director, Nick Sloane.
Nick comments.“Wood burning has long been the preferred source of heating in many countries, with the wood burning stove the first choice to harness its benefits.
Hydroflame™ is the new word in designer radiators – the best of two worlds with all the benefits of a radiator and an electric inset fire, combined to create a cost effective, highly efficient real fire effect feature.
It used to be said that there was nothing like a real fire – there is now. The vast majority of modern homes have a central heating system, which uses panel radiators, but although these provide efficient heat emission, most fail to satisfy the homeowner’s desire for a feature point in main living rooms.
The Hydroflame can do both; with a standard electric inset fire and a fan convector combined; it incorporates Valor Dimension cutting edge technology, to create a ‘real fire effect’.
Haddonstone, the UK’s leading manufacturer of fine garden and landscape ornaments, has completed a full costing review of its current ornament prices, which has led to over 70 price reductions.
The company has also absorbed the recent VAT price increase for both garden ornaments and fireplaces.
As a consequence there is now an increased range of planters that cost less than £100 including, the Plaited Basket, Belton Box, Etruscan Vase, House of Dun Urn and the Vine Urn; and the Small Key Planter is now only £15!
Significant savings include the popular Bayeux Fountain, which has been reduced from £1200 to £995 – saving more than £200!
Paul Chesney fireplace and wood burning stove expert and Managing Director of Chesney’s Fireplaces has provided a step by step account, of how to build a long lasting log or coal fire. Stage 1 – Place several fire-lighters on the base of the grate. An alternative to the traditional petroleum lighters and much more environmentally friendly, are natural firelighters made from compacted wood shavings dipped in untreated wax. Stage 2 – Twist and tie several separate sheets of newspaper and place these over the lighters. Step 3 – Arrange a layer of small pieces of dry kindling wood over the newspaper. Step 4 – Finish the fire with a layer of coal or several logs on top of the kindling. Step 5 – Light the paper and lighters around the outer edges of the base of the fire.
Depending on how strongly the chimney is drawing, the fire once established will have be stoked with further fuel to maintain a consistent heat.
A coal fire will generally need much less tending than a log fire as the fuel is consumed more slowly.
EcoSmart Fire has a wide choice of eco-friendly fires in their Designer Range, which add warmth and a touch of luxury to any room.
The striking contemporary fires are fuelled by denatured ethanol, an environmentally friendly, renewable fuel.
They are fully portable, as they don’t require a utility connection or flue, making it easy to move the fire to wherever it is needed.
Christmas at Home begins with the tree and the fireplace… so Chesney’s has decorated one of its gorgeous fireplaces for this happy season.
The feel-good factor of a real fire can’t be underestimated, particularly during the short days of winter, whether watching a movie or relaxing with friends.
The magnificent Limoges chimney-piece in our picture is part of Chesney’s En Trumeau Collection:
Haddonstone – A leading UK manufacturer of fine cast stone for interiors and exteriors – is offering an elegant new range of fireplace options for this year!
Most importantly, the company now offers Hearths for use with the customer’s own stoves.
Haddonstone’s range of fireplaces, mantels and chimney-piece surrounds, has been dramatically expanded to offer customers a choice of seventeen standard surrounds, from the simple and stylish to the ornate and elegant.
Always dreamed of a roaring fire to take away the winter chill? Then EcoSmart Fire has the ideal solution for you, with their Element and Igloo ranges.
These stunning designs are an exciting twist on the traditional fireplace, and they create the same cosy, warm, relaxing atmosphere.
With no flue or utility connection required, the fires are fuelled by a denatured ethanol, making them environmentally friendly and the perfect winter warmer.
The Conmoto Origami ethanol fireplace can be hung anywhere around the house without a flue connection, bringing an atmospheric mood to any room in your home.
The slanting transition from body to wall symbolises the free dynamics of the fire.
Even when unlit, the Origami can be a cubist item for the modern interior.
The Balance Log Burning Stove is more than just a fire place; it is an interior design concept; the stove can be selected along with the side elements in a variety of materials, functions and widths, and joined in a horizontal line along the wall.
The stove and other elements are also available as a free standing option on stainless steel feet; all of the modules are compatible and allow for any number of design possibilities.
The characteristic clean design and functionality from German designer Peter Maly, makes Balance the minimalist log burning stove, producing a massive 7kw of heat output and can be used as a primary heat source.
The stove may be fuelled with logs or coal.