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Mendip Stoves launches its first-ever gas stove with the remote controlled Ashcott design

With autumn/winter just around the corner, now is the perfect time to reassess your home’s heating and consider whether your current configuration is as cosy and comfortable as possible. There’s nothing quite like coming home to a feature stove in the living room, dining area or a large open-plan space. Not only does a stove create a cosy glow to warm up the whole family, but it also provides a focal point feature within any interior.

Ashcott Gas

With this in mind, Mendip Stoves has launched its first-ever gas stove to complement all styles of décor and all budgets. The Ashcott convection gas model is simply styled with a classic look; it comes with a remote control, extending the current Mendip range in order to provide the perfect heating source for all homeowners, whichever fuel they prefer and whichever fuel source suits their property.

Ashcott Gas

The remote controlled Ashcott heats a room quickly, cleanly and simply. It comes with dual burners, which emit a heat output of between 1kW and 6kW. This means that when using the smaller burner, even on a low 1kW setting, you still benefit from the cosy glow of a flickering flame within. With full electronic ignition, it can also be programmed with a timer switch, that regulates the room’s temperature, turning the stove on and off as needed.

Ashcott Gas Logstore

Designed in their UK factory nestled deep in the Mendip Hills, the new Ashcott gas stove comes with a balanced flue so it can be used in locations where a solid flue cannot, such as smokeless zones, new-builds and terraced houses. As the flue can exit horizontally, this makes it much more flexible than a conventional flue, which needs to be directed through a chimney.

The Ashcott gas stove is part of the Woodland Trust offer from Mendip Stoves. For every stove sold, Mendip will donate three trees to the Woodland Trust, the UK’s leading conservation charity.

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