Here you will see a selection of Defra Exempt multifuel stoves. This means that they can be used to burn wood or smokeless fuel (coal) in smoke control areas. It is best to burn only one type of fuel at a time, not both together.
The Morso Squirrel 1442 has sides which extend downward to form tall legs making this taller than the 1412. The Squirrel 1442 is a Defra Exempt multifuel stove.
The Aarrow Ecoburn 5 is the smallest in the Ecoburn range and gives out up to 5kW of heat. The Ecoburn 5 is a Defra Exempt stove and an ideal size for a standard living room.
The ACR Earlswood stove is a 5kW Defra Exempt, multifuel stove which allows you to heat your house with smokeless fuel or wood.
The Dovre 250 is a well built cast iron stove suited to burning wood or smokeless fuel within smoke control areas.
The Esse 100 is a slimline stove meaning that it is relatively narrow so you get a nice big window, or a lot of flame for your kW.
The Morso 04 is a petite multifuel stove with a heat output of 5kW making it suited, for example, to the living room of a city terraced.
The Franco Belge Monaco is a medium sized stove with a nice wide window to the fire. At 6kW the Monaco is suited to the medium sized room and can be used to burn wood or smokeless fuel.
The Morso Squirrel 1412 is a multifuel cast iron stove which you can use in smoke control areas. The 1412 is a more up to date version of the classic Morso Squirrel stove.
The baby of the range, the Stovax Stockton 3 multifuel comes in at just under 4kW making it a stove suited to the smaller room.
The next size up, the Stockton 4 is that little bit taller nudging the heat output up to 4kW. Like the 3 the Stockton 4 is a Defra Exempt stove.