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Types of Stoves

Insert Stove

Insert Stove

Insert Stoves are the simplest types of stove, and can be inserted into an existing solid fuel fireplace with a 16/18 inch flat opening. We recommend that it be installed by a qualified stove installer or fitter, and they should check the chimney to ensure that it is suitable, i.e. In good condition, dry and free from cracks or defects, with a flue diameter not less than 150mm and not greater than 200mm

Cassette Stove

A Cassette Stove, unlike a “normal” stove is not free-standing, and is designed to be installed into a suitably flued and insulated opening. A Cassette Stove can be fitted into an existing fireplace by a suitably qualified fitter or heating engineer. It can also be fitted into an existing chimney, and made to look as if it is wall hung, to provide a stunning contemporary effect. 

Some cassette stoves have a freestanding option on a bench.  All Cassette stoves must be flued into an existing chimney. A reducer can be used or the chimney can be fully lined.  

Freestanding Stoves

There is a wide range of freestanding stoves, from a non-boiler stove available in heat output options of 4kW, 6 kW, or 8 kW, 12 kW & 16 kW and boiler stoves in 8 kW, 12kW, 16 kW18kW, 25 kW & 30kW capable of heating up to 18  radiators, and providing hot water.  

Boiler Stove

Boiler stove

Our Heat Design boiler stoves can be used to provide a central heating system, including heating radiators and providing hot water, or they can be linked to an existing central heating system to create a multi-source heating system. 

Sizes available are: 8 kW, 12kW, 16 kW, 18kW, 25 kW & 30kW capable of heating up to 18  radiators, and providing hot water.  


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