For your home there is nothing more welcoming than a warm, cosy fire. By choosing a beautiful fireplace or a charming Multi Fuel stove you can enjoy all the benefits of a real fire. A wood burning stove can make a tremendous amount of difference in a room, not just because it works as a new eye-catching feature in a home, but because of the desirable amount of heat it provides.
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With stoves and fireplaces and multifuel stoves becoming more popular in the UK our business and range of stoves accessories is growing to suit. With traditional cast iron stoves and modern steel stove designs to choose from, including new and recognised brand names, and now a range of outdoor heating.
Our range includes multifuel stoves, woodburning stoves, flue pipes, liners and accessories so you can buy everything you need for a complete installation.
Multi-fuel stoves are also called mineral-fuel stoves, and can burn wood, smokeless fuel and coal.
There are differences in the ways these fuels burn, and not all multi-fuel stoves are optimised for burning all compatible fuels with equal efficiency.
Fuels needs air to reach it from below through a grate. Most multi-fuel stoves have a riddling plate that allows you to remove any ash that's built up, letting more air through from underneath.
Wood, on the other hand, burns best when sitting on a bed of ash (also called a firebox, which is where the fuel burns), with air circulating from the top.
If you are planning on only burning wood, getting a dedicated log burner is advisable. However, if you think you may not have regular access to wood and would like the option to burn Fuels.