Hothouse Breeze Stove, 4 kW
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- Burns wood, coal or peat
- Cast iron construction
- 1 year Guarantee
Features and Benefits
This fire requires a brick or stone (Class 1) chimney flue which usually features a traditional chimney pot that rises up out of the rooftop. Always burn the recommended fuels to achieve low emissions with a chimney that is regularly serviced and a properly well fitted and maintained woodburning stove
|Fuel type||Solid fuel|
|Heat output||4 kW|
|Chimney type||Class 1|
|Flue outlet||5" collar|
Help & Advice
There’s nothing like sitting round a fire during the colder months. Deciding to add a fire to your home doesn’t just have to be about keeping you warm – they create a striking feature in your living room, dining room or bedroom, whatever the weather.
We’ll take you through your options based on the kind of home you live in. Often people who live in new builds or flats think they cannot have a fire, but that’s not the case. We'll look at the variety of fires we offer and explain how they work and the different fuel types they might require. When it comes to finding the ideal look, a lot of our range is available in both gas and electric options, so you won’t need to compromise on style. Plus, you can mix and match your fire with its surrounding elements to create looks that are truly unique.
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