See some of the installations that have been recently done.

Stovax Stockton 5 Low Canopy Black

Stovax Stockton 5 Log Burner Stove

“A versatile and practical stove” The Stockton 5 stove has a squarer landscape style compared to the portrait style of the Stockton 3 or Stockton 4 stoves. The additional width allows you to load logs up to 330mm (13″) in length. Both the wood burning and multi fuel versions are available with a low canopy.
morso 1430 squirrel

Morso Squirrel 1430 Solid Fuel Stove

The Morso 1430 Squirrel is small multifuel log burning stove, but its perfectly formed. It comes with a large stay-clean glass panel, convenient ashpan and very low smoke emissions. It is easy to see why the Morsø 1400 Squirrel Series is the most popular small cast iron stove in Britain. With an average output of 4.6

Nailers Cottage

This is our latest installation of a Stovax Stockton 7 multi fuel stove.  Installed in a three hundred year old nailers cottage.  Because of the age of the property, and previous alterations , the bottom half of the chimney stack had to be rebuilt to fit the stove. Not a problem for our experienced builders

Clearview Pioneer 400

A recent install of a Clearview Smokeless stove in the Cofton area. This is a smokeless zone, so a Pioneer 400 stove was an idea log burner for the area as it reburns the smoke.  We install the full range of Clearview stoves, including the 750. More details about the Pioneer 400: The Clearview Pioneer

Log Burning Stove & Brick Fire Place

A recent stove installation showing a rebuilt fire place with great looking reclaimed bricks.
This stove is really impressive. I don’t just recommend stoves based on what manufactures say, but I try them myself too, usually a different one each season or two. This winter I swapped my Charnwood Island II (another amazing log burner) for a Charlton & Jenrick Purevison HD. I can see why they call it