Choose the right woodburning stove for you and your family with The Stove Hut. Cosy nights in, with loved ones, in front of a roaring fire. Warm, welcoming, sleek and stylish stoves for contemporary homes.
What kind of stove are you looking for?
The Stove Hut can help you narrow your search based on flue size, heat output and even energy efficiency. Why choose anywhere else?
Browse our stoves in the sale below or browse based on your specific requirements using our filter system on the main store page.
DUE TO THE CURRENT ECONOMICAL AND LOGISTICAL CLIMATE WE HAVE TO ADD A £35 SURCHARGE TO ALL ENGLAND ADDRESS’S
AND A £75 SURCHARGE TO SCOTLAND AND NORTHERN IRELAND.
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Useful Stove Information
The Stove Hut is dedicated to providing you with the perfect woodburning stove for your home. We can tailor your stove to your decor and heat requirements. You can choose colours, trims and many more additional options to build your perfect look, unique to your style and home. Whether you have a farmhouse or modern home, we stock stoves for every look and feel.
Would you like some help choosing? Send us a message, we are always happy to give advice.
A woodburning stove has other names, wood burner, log burner but the basic principle is that it is a heating appliance capable of burning wood and wood-derived biomass fuel, such as sawdust bricks. Stoves have gradually spread in use being very popular today. A stove is connected by a pipe connected to a flue which will safely draw out the gases out of your chimney. Air supply and flow controls are essential for the safe and efficient operation of a stove.
Multi-fuel stoves are very popular in the UK, they burn solid fuels including wood, coal and peat. Multi-fuel stoves are typically made of steel or cast iron.
Safe operation of a woodburning stove requires regular maintenance such as emptying the ash container. Routine chimney sweeping is also advised to prevent chimney fires.
The UK has Smoke Control Areas regulated by Defra. More information from Defra can be found here.
Cosy Nights In
Keeping you warm this Winter