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Enjoy the Great Outdoors with the multipurpose BBQ grill and firepit by Hergom

We're all looking forward to the possibility of a sociable summer this year and whether it's with close family or much-missed friends and loved ones, there's now the excitement of a BBQ summer within reach. For those planning a weekend reunion, a simple catch up with local friends or even a staycati...

Perfect for smaller spaces, Eurostove’s compact Beltane Brue is economic and EcoDesign Ready

When you’re faced with the challenge of a small room, be it a living area, dining space or compact open-plan layout, having a freestanding stove may seem like a pipe dream. But with the Beltane Brue collection from Eurostove, you’ll get all the benefits of a traditional multifuel stove i...

Do I need an SE Stove? What is Smoke Control? – We’ve got the answers here.

Smoke control areas, or zones, have been around since the late 1950s, they were introduced to help deal with the growing pollution in cities and surrounding areas after the Industrial Revolution and the evolution of factories over the UK. Many larger towns and cities are considered to be Smoke Cont...

Create the ultimate cosy centrepiece with the Vue Landscape Logstore stove from F2 Fires

It’s the perfect opportunity to invest in your home’s heating now we're moving into Spring so you can plan for winter later this year. A freestanding multi fuel stove is the perfect statement for living rooms and open plan spaces and with a logstore design, you not only save on trips t...

What flue is used when and why for wood burning stoves?

When buying a stove it’s important to not only make sure you understand all of the jargon that gets thrown about when you speak to someone in a stove shop or look online at stoves, you also need to understand about the flue or chimney system that’s going to be used for your installation ...

Why Choose an Oil Stove?

There’s nothing like coming home to the glow of a warming stove in your home. When a solid fuel stove is not appropriate, or suitable for your home and you already have an oil boiler, or access to a heating oil line then an oil stove can be a great alternative. They offer all the benefits o...

Spring / Autumn Stove Syndrome

During the Spring and Autumn months temperatures can rise suddenly making it a lot warmer outside than inside. When this happens, it can sometimes lead to what we in the stove industry call Spring / Autumn Chimney Syndrome. Spring / Autumn Syndrome is where the air in the chimney begins operating i...

Why Choose an Electric Stove?

If you’ve always wanted a woodburning stove, but can’t have one at home due to installation issues or are worried about clearing an ash pan, then an electric fire could be the way forward for you. Our range of Ilektro electric fires are ultra-modern and 100% efficient, meaning you don&r...

Nestor Martin’s M43 wood burning stove combines eco credentials with modern design

These days we ask a lot of our household appliances and the same can be said for our heating, too. With open-plan living becoming increasingly popular, we need high heat output as well as good looks and something sustainable that ticks the eco-friendly box. Nestor Martin has the perfect solution wit...

Why Choose a Gas Stove?

Gas Stoves are still very popular in todays market, with almost 80% of UK homes having access to or being powered by natural gas, there is a huge opportunity to have a gas stove installed in your home. Most of the gas stoves we offer are available in either natural gas or LPG versions so even if yo...