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Wood Burning Stoves
One of the cheapest and most energy saving ways of heating your home is considered to be a woodburning stove and now you can go one better, by choosing a stove with the patented autopilot, as integrated on all of the Hwam stoves from Euroheat.
As well as having a style and size of stove to suit any space, all stoves in The Hwam collection from Euroheat not only feature the patented autopilot, which ensures best possible consumption of the wood being burned, but also are of a size and style to suit any space.
This level of fuel use effectiveness, means that Hwam woodburning stoves produce up to 40 per cent more heat, while being up to 17 per cent more efficient overall than a stove without an autopilot, and use considerably less wood.
Looking forward to a joyous family Christmas in warmth and comfort, whilst the snow is deep and crisp outside?
You may well achieve your dream with a Harmony wood-burning stove from Euroheat.
The Harmony collection offers a great choice of stoves including traditional cast iron styling, coupled with the very latest heating technology, to make sure that your home is kept warm and welcoming throughout the festive period and beyond, while keeping that dreaded fuel bill to a minimum in the future.
Wood burning stoves and open fires are making a comeback, due to concerns about ever increasing energy prices and people looking for more eco friendly ways to heat their homes.
Wood burning stoves in particular, are more environmentally friendly and cheaper than regular heating methods, especially if you season and prepare the wood yourself:
Slow burning and smokeless fuel is produced when wood is allowed to dry naturally and weathered over time.
Homes now using log burning stoves, wood burners or multi-fuel stoves, in the UK now number around one million.
It is essential these days to find a reliable and cost effective fuel supply, especially as the winter months draw closer – keeping an open fire stoked can be expensive.
Another freezing cold and snowy winter is predicted by experts this year. *
We are all facing another large increase in fuel prices in the UK this winter, so now might be the right time to consider installing a multi fuel or wood burning stove.
A wood burning stove can save around Â£400 a year on your energy bills.
There are many other benefits of installing a stylish wood burning stove in your home:
Eurostove are specialist exclusive importers of quality wood burning stoves, wood boilers and branded cookers from the EU marketplace, and distributors of Saey, Westfire, KVS, Jide and Scancore.
Experts in their field, Eurostove present an excellent range of stoves that will compliment any home; from contemporary inset wood burning stoves to the more traditional cast iron wood burners.
Featured here is the Eurostove Oranier Polar 6:
The Oval shape of this stove gives you the wide sweeping effect of the curved front window, leaving your view of the fire uninterrupted, and with its top warming compartment this stove has function as well as form.
A burning fire is the very epitome of Christmas as it represents the heart of the home around which Christmas festivities unfold.
Chesney’s has launched a new collection of traditional and contemporary stoves available in up to ten finishes, including olive green and claret red: perfect for the festive season.
Providing warmth and light in an environmentally friendly way, a Chesney’s stove will be the focal point of the room and make for an unforgettably cosy Christmas.
JÃ¸tul the well known leading stove manufacturer celebrates its tenth year of success in the UK this year.
JÃ¸tul was initially introduced in the early 70â€™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.â€œWood burning has long been the preferred source of heating in many countries, with the wood burning stove the first choice to harness its benefits.
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.
MorsÃ¸ has almost 150 years of experience with the manufacture of wood-burning stoves and has always been at the forefront of developing new stove types.
The company has introduced two new designs to their Squirrel range â€“ the 1421 and 1442; both are wood burning stoves, which offer an environmentally sound way of heating your home and have been approved by DEFRA for use in smokeless areas.
This means that you can happily burn wood and other approved fuels, without emitting particulate-heavy emissions into the atmosphere.
The new stoves feature the classic MorsÃ¸ stove attributes such as a solid, cast iron structure and secure glass-fronted door, along with excellent efficiency; a great addition to the range and perfect for heating smaller rooms.