Wood Burning Stoves
Wood, unlike coal, does not really need a supply of air from below, although it can help when you are lighting or refuelling your stove. Wood likes a supply of air from higher up in the firechamber and so stoves that burn wood efficiently tend to feature these sorts of air supply as well as perhaps having more generous firechamber sizes so you can really load the logs in.
The Westfire Two is an efficient multifuel stove which is Defra Exempt. At 7kW the Two is suited to the medium sized / larger room.
The 6kW Westfire 32 stove has an excellent wide view of the flames and is available as a freestanding or inset version.
A very tall stove, the Westfire 28 has the same wide glass window that the 26 does. The Westfire 28 is a completely round stove.
The Westfire 27 stove has the same very wide window as the 26 plus a convection top which makes it that little bit taller.
The Westfire 26 is perhaps my favourite Westfire stove featuring one of the widest curved windows around.
The Westfire 21 is a relatively short 5kW contemporary stove which is also available as a pedestal version.
This is a very tall contemporary stove with a 5kw nominal heat output. The Westfire 20 has a large curved window and can be used for woodburning in smoke control areas.
The Westfire 19 is an upright angular stove with a gently curved front. Defra Exempt for use in smoke control areas the Westfire 19 has a nominal heat output of 5kW.
The Westfire 16 is a tall contemporary 5kW woodburning stove, very similar to the 15 but it has additional narrow side windows each side of the door giving a wider view of the flames.
Tall, cylindrical and Danish, the Westfire 15 is a 5kW woodburning stove with a large curved window. Elegant and simple the 15 is also a reliable stove designed for frequent use.
Designed for the UK the Westfire One has a traditional, yet up to date look. The Westfire One is Defra Exempt and can be connected to an external air duct.
The Stockton 6 woodburning stove is taller than the 5 and has a somewhat higher heat output to match, making it suited to slightly larger rooms.
A 5kW dedicated woodburner, the Stovax Stockton 5 is a traditional looking Defra Exempt stove suited to smaller rooms.
The Dovre 700 CBW is a medium size Defra Exempt stove. The Dovre 700 CBW is designed to burn only wood but can of course be used in a smoke control area.
The Country 4 stove is the smallest in the Charnwood Country range, and Defra Exempt.
The Dovre 500 CBW is a 7kW cast iron stove that is Defra Exempt which means that you can use it to burn wood on in smoke control areas.
The Stockton 7 stove can be used in smoke control areas and with its maximum heat output of 7kW is suited to the medium sized room.