Multi-Fuel Stoves


For centuries fireplaces have been the focus of every home, providing light, warmth and entertainment.

An open fire has historically been associated with a warm chimney and, on testing, it can often be shown that 90% of the heat from the fire can be lost to the chimney and the outside air. Woodwarm stoves are safe, single self contained units which eliminate the waste and put the heat back to the room where it belongs.

All Woodwarm stoves feature an excellent air wash system. After circulating the stove, preheated air flushes down over the double glazed door keeping the glass perfectly clean at all times, even at low temperatures. Superior clean burn efficiency means that not only is more heat achieved on less fuel, but combustion products in the flue are also reduced, causing fewer flue problems. Reduction in pollution combined with more efficiency creates a really environmentally friendly device.

Woodwarm Stoves... Why we think every home needs one:

Here at Woodwarm we have dedicated over 30 years of production to our customers and very experienced dealers and fitters to tell us what you want from your home fire. We pride ourselves on the ability to respond to both customer needs and government legislations while using cutting edge technology to ensure reliability and workmanship throughout. We strongly believe that it is thanks to our immensely hard working sales outlets that we have become a market leader in Clean Burning Wood and Multi Fuel heating.

We are very lucky to be located in the beautiful Devon countryside. Environmental issues are always foremost in our minds; we cannot afford to ignore the evidence of global warming. Wood is a sustainable fuel boasting the fact that it also carbon neutral, for this reason we have developed the Wildwood range, a dedicated wood burner range that does not drain the planet of its rich resources. "Please see our environmental policy for our commitments to the future"

Why Woodwarm?

We are not the cheapest fire on the market this we are the first to admit, we cannot compete with the mass-produced meaningless market, and so because of this we won't. Some of our fires are still in use some 30 years on, what else do you have that's still working at 30 years old? We know how to keep the glass clean, even overnight, we know how to get the maximum use from your fuel, we are unrivalled in our boiler, canopy, fuel, colour, leg, handles, plinth, pedestal, options because we are hand-made here in the UK. You will buy a house for comfort and as an investment, your choice in a stove should be the same.

Hand made, hand designed, reliability assured.

Woodwarm continually assess consumer trends and are customer focused and driven. Throughout our product development procedures, we pay attention to detail, creating innovative and contemporary products; we exhaustively test all manufacturing specifications and materials and are active members of the Stove Industry Alliance. Throughout, our main aim is to always give real value to our customers. Woodwarm is innovative, unique and proactive in understanding the importance of lifestyle trends and in putting the customer first. We market our stoves through a network of highly qualified showrooms and installers and would refer you to our internet sales policy.

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5 Ways to Prolong the Life of Your Stove

A solid fuel stove (multi-fuel and wood varieties) is a significant cash investment and so it makes sense to look after it correctly to ensure it is well maintained.  Our years in the stove business has taught us a number of things and here are just five things you can do to keep your stove going for many years.

1. Sweeping

Emptying the ash pan as and when required is something you are likely to do on a pretty regular basis.  However, it is easy to overlook the flue.  Make sure that you sweep your flue at least once a year.

2. Recommended Dry Fuel

It is critical to always use the correct fuel for your stove as recommended in the manufacturer's guide which should come with your brand new stove.  If you are unsure always ask for professional advice.  Do not try and guess.

3. Not Over Firing

Having confirmed you are using the correct fuel in your particular stove, ensure that you do not overload with too much fuel.  Your installer will advise you at the time of installation what you should do and, of course, details will be in the manufacturer's instructions.

4. Regular Servicing

An annual service programme for your stove helps to ensure you have trouble free use throughout the year.

5. General Care

  • Take care to close the stove door firmly but gently ensuring an airtight seal.  Do not slam.
  • Take care with pokers and fireside implements and the stove glass is breakable.
  • Keep young children safe with a fire guard.
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