The standard-bearers for the clean-burning modern stove, Clearview have been at the cutting edge of stove design for over 25 years. Their incredibly durable multifuel stoves - made in the UK - are among the most efficient available anywhere, and designed to burn wood superbly cleanly in our British climate.
Modern, visually striking, and with models suited to all kinds of free-standing installations, this Swedish range of wood burning stoves - which incorporates the old Handol brand - is competitively priced and an extremely popular contemporary-style option. Can be positioned close in front of combustible materials, making them very suitable for standing in front of timber-frame or plasterboard walls.
These quirky, practical, efficient stoves, designed and built in Wales, have long been popular as houseboat or glamping stoves. The tidy range includes the tiny Chilli Billie and a variety of more powerful models, with ovens a dominant feature.
Despite their recent introduction, Chesney’s multifuel and wood burning stoves have already established quite a following with their stylish looks and initial National Trust backing. Most styles are available in 4, 6 and 8kW versions, with a newly-introduced 5kW-series appearing for select models.
Stylish and exceptionally efficient, the Stuv range of single and double-sided inset and free-standing wood burning stoves is geared towards the design-savvy consumer, and will have a product to suit even the most minimalist palate. Require tall and preferably straight flues.
With an especially wide range of inset models, Barbas make stylish, contemporary wood-burning stoves.
Jetmaster revolutionised the open fire with their highly-efficient open convector fireboxes which, half a million sales later, are still tremendously popular with customers who can’t bear to enclose a naked fire. For those who can, however, Jetmaster now also have a series of high-efficiency inset and free-standing wood burning stoves.