A Clean Machine – Eco Design Ready

Some advice that will save you £££££ and keep the environment clean

All our new stoves are now ‘Ecodesign-Ready’ This means they burn more cleanly and efficiently

Did you know that wet logs produce half the heat of dry logs?

Keeping the rope seals, glass and fire bricks in good condition will all increase the efficiency and heat from your stove

Always use dry logs from a known sustainable source – more>> https://woodsure.co.uk/

a clean machine

The Hobbit Stove

Every home can benefit from having a Hobbit about the place

A little hobbit

The Hobbit stove is a small multi fuel stove and is able to burn wood and coal.

  • Available as a standard or SE model for smoke control zones.
  • Available “stove options” can be added when ordering the stove.
  • The standard Hobbit stove is suitable for the vast majority of applications.
  • If however you live in a smoke control zone and want to burn smokeless fuels and wood you will need the Hobbit SE DEFRA APPROVED model.

The Hobbit Stove – £495.00 

The Hobbit SE for smoke control areas £565.00


Two for the price of one

Two pieces of timely advice advice in one of our News releases;

  • Winter is here …Please don’t leave your boiler servicing and repairs until something goes wrong. more>>
  • Make sure your Log Stove is fitted properly .… meeting building regulations and commissioned by a properly trained OFTEC installer. Stay Safe. more>>

See these two articles from our News Blog

boiler servicing and repairsWe Fit Log Stoves Safely

Burn Bracken

We stock Brackettes – Logs made from bracken

brackettes for sale

Brackettes.  ‘super logs’ made from bracken – 100% natural. Yes, bracken. You know, that fern-like stuff that covers the countryside.

Why bracken? Well, when it turns brown, we harvest it, dry it, cut it and mash it all together to create Brackettes. We found that after we’d done all that, our Brackettes actually burnt hotter than oak (something to do with having a higher calorific value and lower moisture content). Good huh?

Something else to warm the soul is, that when we harvested the bracken, it increased the bio-diversity of the land so bluebells can flourish as can all types of flora and fauna.

And, by burning bracken instead of wood, we’re not cutting down any beautiful old trees either.

Good news all ’round wouldn’t you say?