Wood Burner Stoves & Installation

What is a Wood Burner Stove?

Whether you know them as a log burner or a wood-burning stove, wood-burning stoves, unsurprisingly, use wood as their primary fuel. There is a reason that these Stoves have been used for centuries; they are efficient, warm and mesmerising!

Wood Burner Stoves can be a cost-effective heating choice (especially at the moment!)

Had our new wood burner and fireplace fitted last week. Kieran and Andy did an amazing job despite the awful weather we had which caused issues accessing our very high chimney! Really pleased with it – looks fantastic, would highly recommend. The dogs love it too!
Rob

Wood burning brands we work with

Our Beautiful Wood Burner Stoves come in a complete range of styles and colours to suit every home.

Here are just a few of our favourites (but the best way for you to see for yourself is to visit our showroom!)

(no appointment necessary)

Contura 51L

Pickering

Sudbury

Alandale

No traditional chimney? We have a solution

Contura 810

Contura 556G

Frequently Asked Questions About Wood Burner Stoves

1. How does a wood burner stove work?
Wood burner stoves work by burning wood as fuel. The firewood is put into the stove’s firebox and lit. The combustion process generates heat which warms the room/house.

Dry, seasoned hardwoods like oak, ash, maple, and cherry are generally the best choices.

Green or freshly cut wood are not recommended as it can produce more smoke and creosote buildup in the chimney.

Yes, wood burner stoves require proper ventilation through a chimney or twin-wall flue system to work safely. Please contact us for more information.

Yes, when they are used correctly. ECO DESIGN READY wood burning stoves are designed to burn wood more cleanly which reduces emissions and air pollution.

Yes, they do need to be looked after with regular cleaning and inspecting. The chimney or flue will also need cleaning but we can help with that too.
Some, you can but not all. We would advise you on this.

No, they don’t.

Yes, you can but we would need to conduct a home visit to advise you.
Yes, there could be depending on your home, area etc. Again, this is something we can advise on.
Regular chimney cleaning is essential otherwise it can be a fire hazard. As part of our aftercare, we offer chimney cleaning you keep you all safe!
They can. If you are thinking of this our installation team will be able to advise and guide you.

Call us today and speak to one of our friendly team

We can help you find the right fire for you and your home.