Stoves

  • Electric and Gas Stoves

     1) Broseley Canterbury Slimline Gas Stove

    This GAS stove by Broseley has a heat output of 5kW and an efficiency of 83%. The Canterbury can adequately heat a medium to large sized room, and has a traditional sleek, slimline design of a real wood-burning stove! It has a realistic coal fuel bed, with detailed door pattern and wide viewing window making it a practical statement piece.

    Priced at £778.99

    2) FireFox 8 Gas Stove

    This GAS stove by FireFox has a heat output of 5kW and an efficiency of 73%. The FireFox 8 has the largest heat output within its range, providing the heat benefits of a real solid fuel fire but without the mess! The stove has a traditional cast iron design, large viewing window and realistic coal effect that provides a warm and welcoming atmosphere to any room.

    Priced at £779.99

    3) Broseley Lincoln Gas Stove

    This GAS stove by Broseley has a heat output of 4.6kW and an efficiency of 80%. The Lincoln stove is a small, but very efficient stove suitable for any room. It comes with an oxygen depletion pilot system, which means it will automatically shut down if any fumes are detected. It has a sleek, double door and window design that would suit any contemporary style.

    Priced at £794.99

    4) Tiger Gas Stove

    This GAS stove by Tiger has a heat output of 5kW and an efficiency of 73%. This stove has a cast iron appearance and large curved viewing window, based on the design of the classic Tiger stoves. The stove has simple controls, making it easy to operate so you can focus on simply enjoying the comforting warmth of the stove's realistic flame picture.

    Priced at £694.99

    5) FireFox 5 Gas Stove

    This GAS stove by FireFox has a heat output of 4kW and an efficiency of 73%. The FireFox 5 has been designed to heat small to medium rooms, and provide the benefits of a real, solid fuel fire but without the mess.  The detailed design and realistic coal effect will provide a welcoming atmosphere for many winters to come.

    Priced at £649.99

    6) Broseley Winchester Stove - Electric or Gas

     

    We stock two Broseley Winchester Stoves; one GAS and one ELECTRIC. The Electric version has a small heat output of 2kW, and the Gas version has a heat output of 5.5kW. The Brosley Winchester has detailed traditional design, to compliment any style room. It has discreetly positioned controls, a sleek design and unique viewing window.

    Gas Priced at £1129.99

    Electric Priced at £661.99

    7) Broseley Serrano 3 Electric Stove

    This ELECTRIC stove by Broseley has a heat output of 2kW. The Serrano 3 stove is a small, but still suitable heating technology. It can be easily controlled with its built-in thermostat or remote control. This stove combines the traditional with the modern.

    Priced at £542.99

     

  • Top 4 Defra Approved Stoves

    We have chosen our top 4 Defra Approved Stoves. All stoves are wood burning and multi fuel stoves, with unique traditional or modern designs. They have been chosen on their heat output, efficiency and price. All stoves below are Defra Approved, so suitable for burning wood or coal in smoke controlled zones.

    1. Gallery Classic 8 Stove at £454.99

    This Classic 8 stove is one of the newest additions to the Gallery collection. It has an 8.4kw heat output and a 79% efficiency rating, meaning it would be suitable for heating any sized room. The design is classic, but with a modern twist meaning it would also be suitable for any style room. The stove has a wide viewing glass, and air wash system that helps keep the glass clean and clear. This Gallery Classic 8 Stove is priced at a reasonable £454.99.

    2. Ellesmere 6 AGA Stove at £1,294.99

    This AGA Ellesmere 6 stove combines the traditional AGA style, with a new contemporary design. Also, with a modern technical specification, this stove, in particular, was produced to a very high standard with a 6.4kw heat output. The stove is easy to operate and gives you the ability to control the stove's air intake. The Ellesmere 6 is the perfect focal point for any style room. Priced at £1,294.99.

    3. Tiger Clean Burn Stove at £424.99

    The Tiger Clean Burn Stove is built to the highest possible quality for the price. It has a 73% efficiency rate and a 5kw heat output, meaning it does not need an airbrick but can still heat any size room. The stove has a classic traditional finish, with curved feet and large viewing window perfect for the winters to come! The Tiger Clean Burn is priced at a reasonable £424.99.

    4. Tiger Inset Stove at £494.99

    The Tiger Inset stove is one of the newest appliances in the Tiger collection. It has a reasonable 4.9kw heat output and 82% efficiency, meaning it's a safe and efficient stove for any family home. This stove is hard-wearing and long-lasting, yet the design portrays a sleek style. This Tiger Inset Stove is priced at  £494.99.

  • Luxury Brands and Modern Stoves at Fires Direct

    At Fires Direct, we offer a range of luxury and modern stoves, alongside the traditional style stoves. In this blog there are 3 stove brands that we want to show off: Broseley, AGA and Franco Belge. We have a full selection of modern stoves from these brands at Fires Direct, but here are our 5 favourites!

    1. Franco Belge Monte Seba - £1,294.99

    Franco Belge are known for their stylish eye-catching stoves, and this Seba wood-burning stove is no exception! It's one of the largest stoves in the collection, with a tall, sleek design. The stove is a light colour fit with a long viewing window and practical log store. The Franco Belge Seba is capable of heating any size room due to its 8kw heat output and 80% efficiency. It offers a contemporary twist on the traditional stove, and still offers high-quality manufacturing and modern specifications.

    Franco Belge Monte Seba

    2. Broseley Serrano 7 - £998.99

    The Broseley Serrano 7 is capable of heating any size room due to it 7kw heat output. This Defra approved stove means it's able to legally and safely burn wood in smokeless zones with minimum combustion. It's arched window stunningly frames the fire, almost like a picture, while the cast-iron construction details provide a high-quality appearance. Overall this stove is highly efficient but also very stylish.

    Broseley Serrano 7 SE Log Store Multifuel/Wood Burning Stove

    3. Ellesmere 6 AGA - £1,294.99

    This Ellesmere 6 multi-fuel and log burning stove combines traditional AGA appearance with new contemporary design features. Despite being the largest in the collection, the stove is simple to operate and perfect focal point for any size room. The clean line design, cast iron construction and large viewing window, with 6.4kw heat output - perfect for enjoying stunning flame pictures and solid heat performance.

    Ellesmere 6 AGA Stove

    4. Westbury AGA - £1,389.99

    The Westbury wood burning stove has a sleek, contemporary appearance to match its modern specification and easy to operate controls. Fully approved to burn wood in a smoke exempt zone, with a 78.2% efficiency and 5.9kw heat output. It's safe and efficient, ideal for heating any home. With its graphite finish and large window door this stove is guaranteed to be the focal point of your room

    Westbury AGA Stove

    5. Lawley AGA - £1,389.99

    Fully approved wood burning stove for smoke exempt zones, also boasting an 80% efficiency rate and 4.4kw heat output. The Lawley AGA Stove is ideal for heating any family home. The air system within the stove helps keep the glass clean, and help regulate the air intake. The Lawley is also easy to operate with little maintenance, while elegant. It's curved body design and large window sets this stove apart.

    Lawley AGA Stove

    If you are interested in buying a sleek, modern stove then check out our whole range of stoves at Fires Direct.

  • Spring Clean Your Stove

    With spring, and hopefully warmer weather, on the horizon now is the perfect time to give your stove a spring clean. Cleaning your stove ensures it remains safe, efficient and looking the part, and it’s especially important to clean your stove after regular use in the winter months.

    When cleaning your fire, it’s important you know how to clean it safely to avoid injuring yourself or damaging your appliance. Here are just a few tips to help you give your stove the TLC it needs during the warmer months.

    SAFETY FIRST: Always ensure your stove is cool to touch before cleaning.

    Removing Ash and Cleaning Your Firebox

    Wood burns better on a light bed of ash, something stoves are specifically designed to allow. However, you should still empty the ash from your wood and coal burning stove around once a week, depending on use. This prevents ash building up and touching the underside of the grate. If this happens the air flow around and through the grate will be reduced causing the grate bars to overheat, consequently damaging your stove and causing unnecessary risk.

    Read our article on Quick and Safe Ash Removal for more information.

    TOP TIP: it is advisable to empty the ash into an ash bucket to dispose of it safely and minimise the mess!

    As well as this, during your stove’s downtime it is advisable to remove any excess ash that is in your firebox. Use a dustpan and brush to remove most of the ash and then use a vacuum cleaner attachment to remove any hard to reach pockets of ash and clean in and around the grate.

    TOP TIP: Always be gentle and use minimal pressure when cleaning your appliance so as not to dislodge any parts or cause damage to your appliance.

    Check The Firebricks

    A soft brush will help you to remove any soot spots from your firebricks, while a quick vacuum will remove any ash you’ve dislodged.

    It’s also important to check your firebricks for any cracks, chips or other damage. Broken firebricks can be dangerous so it’s vital you have these professionally repaired or replaced as soon as you notice any damage.

    Replace the rope seal

    Rope seal is a heat resistant rope that forms a seal around your stove door. This maintains the safe functioning of your fire by creating a gas and air tight seal that ensures no excess air seeps into the firebox. Your rope seal is subject to general wear and tear and so, over time, effectiveness and safety can be reduced meaning it should be replaced regularly.

    TOP TIP: to check the efficiency of your rope seal close the stove door on a piece of paper, then gently try to pull it free of the door. If the paper pulls free easily, it is likely your rope needs replacing.

    Clean the glass

    Your fire is a stylish focal point of your room so it goes without saying you want it to look its best. Cleaning the glass on your stove regularly is an easy way to keep it looking its best and ensure you can clearly take in the view of your flickering flames.

    While you’re cleaning the glass, check for any cracks or damage to the glass. It’s important to get this replaced if there is any damage.

    A lot of our stoves, like the Franco Belge Savoy Elegance, come with built in primary and secondary air controls with air wash to help keep the glass clean.

    TOP TIP: take care not to use anything abrasive to clean your glass as this can cause permanent damage! Cleaning your glass regularly should ensure any grime is easily removed. 

    Sweep it all away

    It is recommended you employ a chimney sweep at least twice a year if you are burning wood or bituminous house coal and at least once a year when burning smokeless fuels. This will reduce the build-up of tar or creosote in your chimney flue which in turn reduces the risk of chimney fires and any damage to your stove.

    TOP TIP: the best time to have your chimney swept are just before or after the heating season and after your fire has been out of use.

    Get Your Stove Serviced

    While your stove is out of action over the warmer months, it’s worth having your stove serviced to ensure it is working safely and efficiently for the winter months. A service usually includes the stripping, inspecting and cleaning of your appliance and should be carried out by a HETAS registered engineer.

    However, regular cleaning of your stove will help to prevent any unnecessary damage to your appliance.

    A lot of our stoves, like the Firefox 8.1 Cleanburn Wood Burning/Multi Fuel Stove, come with a built in self-supporting interlocking firebox component for ease of use and cleaning. With many great features to help maintain the cleanliness and efficiency of your stoves shop our great range of stoves now!

  • Featured Products: Franco Belge Stoves

    Franco Belge stoves are known for their stylish, eye-catching design, high quality manufacturing and modern technical specifications. Here, we take a look at the best Franco Belge stoves to heat your home.

    Franco Belge Vicky 5 - £849.99

    Franco Belge Vicky Franco Belge Vicky 5 - £849.99

    One of the smaller stoves in the Franco Belge collection, the Franco Belge Vicky 5 is still capable of heating medium to large size rooms thanks to its 5kw heat output and 75.3% efficiency, while Defra approval allows you to legally burn wood in smoke-controlled zones.

    With easily controlled primary and secondary air wash features to help keep the window clean, the Broseley York Midi is convenient and easy to maintain so you can focus on enjoying the welcoming warmth this appliance has to offer.

    Featuring a traditional design and black, cast-iron construction combined with a modern technical specification and large, contemporary viewing glass the Franco Belge Vicky 5 harmonises the past and present to fit seamlessly into any design or style of room!

    Franco Belge Montfort Elegance - £894.99

    Franco Belge Montfort Elegance £894.99 Franco Belge Montfort Elegance £894.99

    Defra approved, meaning it can legally burn wood as well as smokeless fuels in smoke-controlled areas, the Franco Belge Savoy Elegance is capable of heating any size of room thanks to its 8kw heat output, 80% efficiency rating and extra efficient vermiculite lining.

    With easily controlled primary and secondary air wash features to help keep the window clean, the Broseley York Midi is convenient and easy to maintain, while the optional Outside Air Kit, that brings combustion air into the stove directly from outside of the property, makes the appliance easier to install in a new build property.

    Meanwhile, raised design details around the door, large viewing window for a better view of the fire and a black, cast-iron finish create a contemporary, stylish stove that is bound to be the focal point of any room

    Franco Belge Monte Frida - £994.99

    Franco Belge Monte Frida Franco Belge Monte Frida - £994.99

    Franco Belge are known for their stylish, eye-catching stoves and the Frida Wood Burning Stove is no exception!

    With a tall, sleek design complete with a practical log-store, the Franco Belge Frida offers a contemporary twist on the traditional Franco stove yet still offers the high-quality manufacturing and modern technical specification synonymous with the Franco brand. Meanwhile, the long viewing window makes this stove a striking focal point and allows you to take advantage of the welcoming, flickering flames from anywhere in the room.

    With an 8kw heat output and 80% efficiency, the Franco Belge Frida is capable of efficiently heating any size of room, while the modern design is sure to provide a statement piece for any style of room.

    Franco Belge Savoy Elegance - £994.99

    Franco Belge Savoy Elegance - £994.99 Franco Belge Savoy Elegance - £994.99

    Defra approved, meaning it can legally burn wood as well as smokeless fuels in smoke-controlled areas, the Franco Belge Savoy Elegance is capable of heating any size of room thanks to its 8kw heat output, 80% efficiency rating and vermiculite lining.

    With easily controlled primary and secondary air wash features to help keep the window clean, the Broseley York Midi is convenient and easy to maintain so you can focus on enjoying the welcoming warmth this appliance has to offer.

    Meanwhile, raised design details around the door, large viewing window and black, cast-iron finish create a contemporary, stylish stove that is bound to be the focal point of any room!

    Franco Belge Monte Seba - £1,194.99

    Franco Belge Monte Seba £1,194.99 Franco Belge Monte Seba £1,194.99

    Franco Belge are known for their stylish, eye-catching stoves and the Seba stove is no exception!

    With a tall, sleek design, long viewing window and log-store, the Franco Belge Seba offers a contemporary twist on the traditional Franco stove yet still offers the high-quality manufacturing and modern technical specification synonymous with the Franco brand.

    Multi-fuel and wood burning with an 8kw heat output and 80% efficiency, the Franco Belge Seba is capable of efficiently heating any size of room, while the modern design is sure to provide a statement piece for any style of room.

    Franco Belge Monte Carlo - £1,874.99

    A 79% efficiency rating and an 11.5kw heat output make the Franco Belge Monte Carlo Wood Burner ideal for heating larger rooms, while the additional side loading door adds to the convenience and practicality of this premium stove.

    With a cast-iron construction, wide viewing window and matt-black finish the Monte Carlo matches the traditional appearance and high-quality design of the Franco Belge collection, making it the perfect statement piece for any size or style of room.

    Whether you’re looking for a contemporary or traditional stove, the Franco Belge brand offers a great range of high-quality stoves suitable for a range of styles, budgets and requirements.

    Shop our range of Franco Belge stoves today!

  • Fires Direct's Refundable Survey

    Purchasing a stove is a big decision and the options can be confusing. That’s why Fires Direct have introduced a fully refundable survey to make your decision easier and ensure you choose a safe, efficient and cost-effective stove.

    What Is the Fires Direct Refundable Survey?         

    Our surveys are a great way for you to get more information about what product you can have installed, taking compatibility, efficiency and safety into consideration.

    Our surveyors also offer a no obligation quotation for installation.

    How Does The Survey Work?

    Simply purchase a survey online and an independent surveyor will be in touch within 2-5 working days to arrange a suitable time and date for the survey.

    We cannot give recommendations or a quotation for installation over the phone, the survey is required so we can provide the best service and advice for you.

    How Much Is The Survey?

    Our survey is priced at £25. However, the survey is fully refundable when you purchase a stove from Fires Direct for over £500, simply contact our sales team when ordering.

    What Areas Does The Survey Cover?

    Our surveyors work across the following areas. To check your area, or for more information, contact our team.

    • BL - Bolton
    • CW - Crewe
    • DE - Derby
    • HD - Huddersfield (Brighouse/HD6, Holmfirth, Huddersfield)
    • M - Greater Manchester
    • OL - Oldham
    • S - Sheffield (Barnsley, Chesterfield, Dronfield, Hope Valley, Mexborough, Rotherham, Sheffield and Worksop)
    • SK - Stockport
    • ST - Stoke On Trent (Stoke-on-Trent, Stafford, Leek, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Stone and Uttoxeter)
    • WA - Warrington
    • WN - Wigan

    Why Should I Get A Survey?

    Although you may know which stove you want or need, it is worth getting expert advice on whether this stove is the most compatible, safe and cost-effective for your home or room to save you time and money in the long run.

    Our surveyors are also able to give quotations for installation so you can be aware of the full cost of your stove and installation.

    With surveys being fully refundable if you purchase a stove over £500, you have nothing to lose!

    For more information on our survey contact our team, or purchase your survey today to receive free, impartial advice from industry experts.

  • Stove Help and Advice

    Purchasing a new stove can be a big decision and safety is paramount when having your new stove installed. Although there’s a lot of information out there on stove safety and efficiency some of it can be misleading and confusing. With this in mind, we’ve put together a checklist of points to consider when purchasing a new stove.

    Safety First!

    When purchasing and installing a new stove safety is paramount. It’s vital you ensure your stove fitter is a qualified and registered installer. Thankfully, there are authorised bodies that can help with this:

    Gas Safe Register: Gas registration is a legal requirement for anyone installing or maintaining gas appliances. Look out for the Gas Safe Register logo or check their website when looking for a safe installer of gas appliances.

    HETAS: Look for the HETAS Approved Registration Certification or check their website to ensure your installer is a safe, trained installer.

    Smoke Exempt Zones

    The Clean Air Acts of 1956 and 1968 were introduced to prevent smog that was caused by the widespread burning of ordinary house coal, meaning those in smoke-controlled areas, such as town and city centres, have restrictions on emitting smoke from the chimney when using a wood burner, therefore, it is paramount that you check whether you live in a smoke-controlled area.

    Defra Smoke Exempt, or Approved, Appliances can burn wood legally in UK Smoke Control Areas, thanks to their modified manufacturing that limits the amount they can be starved of air. This means Defra approved stoves produce minimum levels of combustion, can burn efficiently without producing unnecessary smoke and therefore comply to the Clean Air Act.

    With a Defra Exempt Appliance, you can be assured your stove is burning wood legally, safely and efficiently with minimal environmental damage. Fires Direct have a great range of Defra approved stoves available, just look for the Defra logo or browse our dedicated Defra Approved range.

    Tiger Inset Wood Burning DEFRA Approved Stove £494.99

    To find out if you live in a smoke-controlled area visit: www.uksmokecontrolareas.co.uk

    Is Your Chimney Fire Ready?

    If you don’t look after your chimney, or have the correct flue, your fire won’t burn efficiently and could be dangerous. Therefore, it is advisable to get advice form a professional installer to determine what stove is suitable for your chimney and to only purchase your fire and equipment from registered suppliers.

    What Fuel Do You Want To Burn?

    When deciding what stove or fire to purchase it is important to consider what fuel you would like to burn, the availability, cost and efficiency of this fuel. To find out more read our article on Multi-Fuel VS Wood Burning Stoves.

    All of these factors are important when considering which stove to purchase. Our team at Fires Direct will be more than happy to answer any queries and offer advice. Take our fully refundable service for catered installation advice and an installation quote!

    FireFox 8 Gas Stove Coal Effect £637.99

    After these practical considerations you can decide what style and type of stove is suitable for you. Fires Direct have a great range of wood, multi-fuel and gas stoves available to suit any size or style of home. Browse our collection now.

  • Multi-Fuel vs Wood Burning Stoves

    Choosing between a Multi-Fuel and Wood-Burning stove can be difficult, but, our guide is here to help make your decision easier!

    Multi-Fuel Stoves

    Multi-Fuel stoves do exactly what they say: they burn multiple fuels, including coal, smokeless fuel and wood, making them ideal for those who want the flexibility to burn a variety of fuels, or for those who have limited access to certain fuels.

    However, different fuels burn differently. Coal requires air to reach it from below, while wood burns better on a small bed of ash, with air circulating from above. Consequently, multi-fuel stoves must be optimised to deal with this and ensure they can burn different fuels with equal efficiency and safety.

    With this in mind, it is ideal to look for a multi-fuel stove with a primary and secondary air wash control, such as the Firefox 8.1 Cleanburn Wood Burning / Multi-Fuel Stove featured below, so that you can control whether air circulates from above or below, depending on the fuel you are burning.

    Firefox 8.1 Cleanburn Wood Burning / Multi-Fuel Stove £421.99

    Wood-Burning Stoves

    Wood-Burning Stoves are a popular choice because the carbon dioxide released when burning wood is counter-balanced by the amount of carbon dioxide a tree absorbs when growing, making it a carbon-neutral, eco-friendly alternative to coal.

    Wood is also an easily sourced fuel and relatively cheap to source yourself. However, wood burns most efficiently and safely when it has been left to dry for around two years, meaning it can take up a large amount of space and be a time-consuming process. Alternatively, you can buy ready-dried wood, ideally with less than 20% moisture content, but this will cost considerably more.

    If you live in a smoke-controlled area it is essential to look for a stove that is Defra-approved, like the Tiger Inset Wood Burning Defra Approved Stove, then you can burn wood safely, legally and efficiently. If your stove is not Defra-approved and you live in a smoke-controlled zone, you will only be allowed to burn smokeless fuels. For more information on smoke controlled zones and Defra approval, read our article: What Is A Defra Approved Stove?

    Tiger Inset Wood Burning DEFRA Approved Stove £494.99

    Both multi-fuel and wood-burning stoves have a host of benefits and provide a warm, welcoming atmosphere for your home. Ultimately, the main deciding factor between the two is the type of fuel you wish to burn, the cost of this fuel and the availability. To find out more about fuel costs and availability, read our articles on Wood Fuels and Recommended Multi-Fuels.

    All stoves from Fires Direct, including wood and multi-fuel stoves have 10% off in our New Year Sale. Shop online today!

  • Finding The Best Stove For You

    The flickering flames of your stove are likely to be the focal point of your room, and so, finding the right stove for the size and style of your room is key to creating a stunning centrepiece. We’ve put together some of the most important factors to consider when finding the right stove for you.

    Safety First!

    When purchasing a fire safety is paramount. Looking out for the HETAS and Gas Safe Register logos, purchasing from an authorised retailer and ensuring you have a safe, registered installer are all key steps that will ensure your stove is safe and correctly installed.

    Do you live in a smoke control area?

    The Clean Air Acts of 1956 and 1968 were introduced to prevent smog that was caused by the widespread burning of ordinary house coal, meaning those in smoke controlled areas, such as town and city centres, have restrictions on emitting smoke from the chimney when using a wood burner. However, DEFRA Smoke Exempt, or Approved, appliances can burn wood legally in UK Smoke Control Areas, thanks to their modified manufacturing that limits the amount they can be starved of air. This means DEFRA approved stoves produce minimum levels of combustion, can burn efficiently without producing unnecessary smoke and therefore comply to the Clean Air Act.

    What Fuel?

    Deciding what fuel you want to burn is one of the deciding factors when purchasing a stove. Wood burning fuels only burn wood while multi-fuel stoves can burn coal, wood and smokeless fuel.

    It’s worth looking into fuel costs and efficiency before making your decision as well as considering the amount of room you have to store fuel.

    What size?

    Size and heat output is a key factor when choosing a stove and one that depends on many factors including, the size of your room, chimney, insulation and the size of your windows.

    Depending on the above factors, you will need 1kw of heat for every 14 cubic metres of space to make your room 21°C when its 1°C outside. To calculate this, multiply the height, width and length of your room in metres and divide this by 14to give you a rough gauge of what stove heat output you need.

    Our fully refundable surveys are a great way to find out from an industry expert what appliance is suitable for you and your home. Contact Us for more information.

    What style?

    Your stove is designed to be the focal point of your room, so choosing the right style is paramount to ensuring your stove fits seamlessly into your room, whilst also creating a stunning statement piece. Fires Direct have a wide range of traditional and contemporary stoves to choose from so you can find the right style for your room.

    Traditional:

    The Stanley Erin’s arched window with cast-iron details, symmetrical decoration and wooden handles gives this stove the iconic look of Stanley’s traditional, cast-irons stoves, and make it the perfect statement piece for a traditionally decorated home.

    Stanley Erin £1,974.99

    Contemporary:

    The Franco Belge Monte Seba offers a contemporary twist on the traditional Franco stove. One of the largest in the collection, the Seba Wood Burning stove has a tall, sleek design, long viewing window, lighter colour and practical log-store, making it a stylish and eye-catching, yet practical, statement piece for your home.

    Franco Belge Monte Seba £1,194.99

    Traditional and Contemporary:

    The Tiger Clean Burn Wood Burning / Multi Fuel Defra Approved Stove features a traditional cast-iron finish with a classic robust, square design with a contemporary, large viewing window to give it the perfect balance between past and present and therefore suitable for any style of room.

    Tiger Clean Burn Wood Burning/Multi-Fuel Stove at £424.99.

    In the Fires Direct New Year Sale all our stoves and accessories have 10% off throughout January. Shop online today to find your perfect stove!

  • Heating Your Home On A Budget

    Heating your home over winter can prove costly, however, by following these simple steps, you can save money and stay warm this winter.

    A Clean Chimney Is A Cheap Chimney

    Most importantly, having your chimney swept regularly ensures your appliance is safe by minimising the risk of chimney fires and protecting against any damage or dangerous gases, but, having your chimney swept also keeps your fire running efficiently to save you time and money! It is recommended you employ a chimney sweep at least twice a year if you are burning wood or bituminous house coal, and at least once a year when burning smokeless fuels.

    Meanwhile, cleaning the throat plate is vital to ensure there is a clear flue way for smoke to leave your appliance, making it safe and efficient.

    With a clean and safe chimney, you can avoid paying out for costly damages and your fire will burn efficiently, saving you money on fuel. For further information on cleaning your stove read our 5 Top Tips!

    TOP TIP: the best time to have your chimney swept are just before the heating season or after your fire has been out of use.

    Stove Maintenance Pays

    Regular maintenance of your stove helps you to avoid costly repairs in the long run. Small tasks like emptying the ash from your coal or wood burning stove helps to avoid ash build up, which can cause the grate bars to overheat, damaging your stove and causing unnecessary risk.

    Meanwhile, the rope seal on your stove door ensures no excess air seeps into the firebox, but, this rope is subject to general wear and tear. Replacing it regularly can help maintain optimum efficiency, safety and heat output to overall save you money.

    TOP TIP: to check the efficiency of your rope seal close the stove door on a piece of paper, then gently try to pull it free of the door. If the paper pulls free easily, it is likely your rope needs replacing.

    Find The Right Fuel For You

    Choosing the right fuel for your fire is essential to gaining maximum efficiency and value out of your fire. When choosing your fuel consider whether it is easy to ignite, its heat output and C02 emissions to fully decide which fuel is most suitable, and economical, for your needs and fire. Read our Multi-Fuel and Wood Fuels articles for further fuel recommendations and advice.

    Following these steps are quick and easy ways to keep your overall fuel and fire costs down. Plus, many of our stoves come with advanced technical features to help maintain the cleanliness and efficiency of your stove, so all you have to worry about this winter is enjoying the flickering flames of your fire!

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