We’ve compiled a list of our top 5 Ecodesign Woodburning Stoves under 5kW across our brands. Each stove has its own personality and looks to help them charm their way into your home ready to keep you cosy and warm later in the year.
1. Mendip Stoves Woodland
The Woodland from Mendip Stoves is one of the best-selling stoves in the Mendip range for good reason. Its large cast iron door with huge glass window allows you to feel the warmth from the fire easily and enjoy watching the flames dance in the fire chamber.
It also is extremely versatile with a number of options being available of the standard 5kW model, including the addition of optional logstore legs to raise the stove up off of the hearth, and convection side panels to lower the distances to combustibles to the sides of the stove to only 100mm – or you can have both logstore and side panels.
With prices starting from: £1197 inc vat The Ecodesign Woodland is sure to be a hit again this coming heating season.
2. Beltane Stoves Chew
Beltane Stoves have given the Chew a facelift making the glass bigger and cementing this stoves place in this list. Being Ecodesign compatible the Chew is a guaranteed best seller due to being designed for the British home right here in Somerset.
With the Chew you are getting all the most up-to-date stove technology, including advanced Airwash system and easy to use air controls for a fantastic price.
Suitable for glass floorplates the Beltane Stoves Chew is a bargain with an RRP of only: £716 inc vat
3. Westfire Uniq 26
If you are after a big stove but a small output, look no further than the Westfire Uniq 26. The enormous, curved glass window makes this stove a statement piece for any home.
All the Uniq models from Westfire are convection stoves and the 26 is not an exception. With its handy logdoor storage area below the stove, you can keep your firelighters, matches and a small amount of kindling – perfect for lighting your stove when you get in after a long day at work.
This impressive stove is also available with optional soapstone top, allowing you to keep the warmth from the fire in your home long after the fire has extinguished. Priced from £1995 the Uniq 26 is a stove at the heart of the Westfire range.
4. F2 Fires Vue Portrait
If you are looking for a fully cast-iron stove, but also want to retain a more modern feel the F2 Fires Vue Portrait is perfect for you.
The Vue Portrait features an easy-to-use air control slider, as well as large glass viewing area and sturdy cast-iron construction.
This stove is well priced in the market at only: £788 inc vat
5. Nestor Martin Stanford 13
Whether in a modern extension or installed in a traditional cottage, the Nestor Martin Stanford 13 will not look out of place. Its brilliant Woodbox technology teamed with its Ecodesign catalyser makes this stove one of the cleanest burning on the market today.
With extra care having been taken to the design and functionality of this stove by Nestor Martin, you can be sure you’re buying a product that’s built to withstand the test of time. Many of these models are still going strong after 10-15 years with spare parts still readily available after all that time.
Priced from: £2052 inc vat, the Nestor Martin Stanford 13 isn’t the cheapest stove in this list, but it is one of the most intricately designed and from one of the most well-loved stoves brands in the country.