A low emissions wood burning stove for cosy living

A woodburning stove brings that homely fireside ambience so many of us are looking for. Whether you are self-building, renovating or designing a new space, you’ll be looking at ways to make a house a home. From sleek inset fires to country-inspired freestanding stoves, there is a stove to suit any interior styling, giving plenty of options to suit any personal taste.

If timeless style with the very latest low emissions technologies are at the top of your list, the Sheraton wood burning and multi-fuel stove from Stovax makes an ideal solution. This stove features a bevelled doorframe with matching cornicing to the cast iron top and bottom, alongside a state-of-the-art, low emission combustion system.

Designed to suit everything from a period home to a modern townhouse, the Sheraton’s innovative firebox design also ensures the cleanest of burns, being DEFRA-approved and suitable for both smoke control areas, as well as being SIA Ecodesign Ready.

An Ecodesign Ready stove lowers emissions from wood burning to a minimum, yet maintains superb high efficiency levels. From 2022, all appliances within the solid fuel industry will need to adhere to Ecodesign emissions limits – the Sheraton complies with these strict requirements now.

It is important to burn good quality wood for the best combustion, as a large percentage of the heat energy created by a fire is wasted burning off excess water in green or wet wood. Firewood should be left to dry for a minimum of 12-18 months before being used, with a moisture content of around 20%. You can be confident in the knowledge that you have chosen good wood if you look for the Woodsure ‘Ready to Burn’ label, which ascertains the wood you are buying is of good quality.

With the UK’s largest range of Ecodesign Ready stoves, the Stovax Heating group offers a variety of alternative low emissions options to the Sheraton, from tall Nordic styles to sleek inset fires. Find out more at stovax.com/ecodesignready

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