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Provide some added on-demand heat to your home with stunning stoves from Plumbworld. Plumbworld stoves are available in a number of different formats, from traditional wood burners right through to gas and electric stoves for something a little easier to maintain.

Stoves are ideal for those colder Autumn days when putting the heating on just isn’t an option. They can help by heating the main family room which, in turn, will help warm the rest of the property, reducing your overall heat output and, of course, your heating bill. Our range includes brands such as Avalon, Henley and Opus.

If you’re after a new or replacement stove, you’ll find an extensive range at Plumbworld for all budgets and fuels. Discover the ideal stove for your home today...

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  3. Dimplex Tango Coal Effect Remote Electric Stove Black - TNG20E

  4. Dimplex Springborne Remote Coal Effect Electric Stove - SBN20E

  5. Dimplex Club Log Effect Electric Stove FSC - CLB20E

  6. Dimplex Courchevel White Log Effect Electric Stove 2kW - CVL20E

  7. Be Modern Banbury Inset Electric Stove 16in Anthracite - 133744

  8. Hamlet Hardy 4 Multi Fuel Stove 4kW - 109097

  9. Celsi Electristove XD Glass 1 Electric Stove

  10. Dimplex Stockbridge Coal Effect Remote Electric Stove Black - SKG20BL

  11. Dimplex Chevalier Log Effect Electric Stove - CHV20N

  12. Hamlet Hardy 5 Multi Fuel Stove 5kW - 109098

  13. Celsi Electristove XD Metal 1 Electric Stove

  14. Celsi Electristove XD Glass 2 Electric Stove

  15. Hamlet Solution Inset 5 Multi Fuel Stove 5kW - 109066

  16. Hamlet Solution Inset 7 Multi Fuel Stove 7kW - 109076

  17. Hamlet Solution 7 Multi Fuel Stove 6kW - 109068

  18. Beltane Brue Multi Fuel 4kW Stove DEFRA Approved & Eco Design

  19. Celsi Electristove XD Metal 2 Electric Stove

  20. Henley Eden Matt Black Multi Fuel Stove 5kW DEFRA Approved - ST070

  21. Beltane Chew Multi Fuel 4.6kW Stove DEFRA Approved & Eco Design

  22. Hamlet Solution 9 Multi Fuel Stove 9kW - 109069

  23. Henley Aran Matt Black Multi Fuel Stove 5kW DEFRA Approved - ST172

  24. ACR Malvern Electric Stove - E-MAL1

  25. Hamlet Solution 11 Multi Fuel Stove 11kW - 109070

  26. Broseley Silverdale 5 Wood Burning Stove DEFRA Approved - MSILVER5

  27. Henley Druid Metallic Black Multi Fuel Stove 5kW DEFRA Approved - ST055

  28. Henley Thames Matt Black Multi Fuel Stove 4.5kW DEFRA Approved Ready - ST117

  29. Saltfire ST2 Black Freestanding Multi Fuel Stove 5kW Eco Design & DEFRA Approved - ST2BLACK

  30. Mi-Fires Black Skiddaw Freestanding Wood Burning Stove 5kW Eco Design & DEFRA Approved - 136Skiddaw

  31. Mi-Fires Black Loughrigg Freestanding Wood Burning Stove 5kW Eco Design & DEFRA - 136Loughrigg

  32. Saltfire ST1 Charcoal Grey Freestanding Wood Burning Stove 5kW Eco Design & DEFRA - ST1CHARCOAL

  33. Saltfire ST1 Vision Black Freestanding Wood Burning Stove 5kW Eco Design & DEFRA - ST1VISIONBLK

  34. Saltfire ST1 Mohave Red Freestanding Wood Burning Stove 5kW Eco Design & DEFRA - ST1MOHAVERED

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Plumbworlds Very Handy Guide to Buying a Stove

When the weather isn’t cold enough to put on the heating but you’re still wanting a little more warmth in the house, a stove is a brilliant way to achieve this! Stoves will instantly create a stunning focal point in any room and will leave a warm and cosy ambience, something which we believe is highly valued in the colder, more chilly months of the year. For an added benefit, they also provide an efficient way to cut down the heating bills.

Let's Start With Stove Type…

Finding the right stove can be a daunting process, considering now that there are so many different options. Fortunately, you have us and we’re here to explain to you the different stove types that you may come across.

Wood Burning Stoves

As the name suggests, wood burning stoves primarily use wood for fuel and are a fantastic investment for your home. If used to replace an open fire, they have the potential to reduce your home’s carbon footprint by 14%! Wood burning stoves are generally made from a hardwearing all-metal construction, most commonly steel or cast iron. You will find that the main components of this stove type are the burn chamber and the flue aka the chimney. A wood-burning stove can help to create a lovely focal point in the living room, and logs burning will really help to create a traditional feel.

Gas Heating Stoves

Next on the list, we have gas heating stoves. These stoves are fairly similar to wood burning stoves, except that they’re specially designed to burn propane or natural gas instead of wood. Gas stoves offer ambient warmth from a simple flick of a button, allowing you to experience a heat increase and dancing flames instantly. You'll find that many gas fires are very realistic looking with artificial logs or coal and cast iron constructions. These stoves are a brilliant choice for those who like the idea of a wood burning stove but can't quite be bothered to light a fire each time they need one.

Multi Fuel Stoves

Multi-fuel stoves burn wood, smokeless fuel and coal. The design of these stoves have been greatly optimised over the years to accept a large number of fuel types, burning them as efficiently as possible. You’ll be able to choose from a number of different fuel suppliers, and therefore can choose the cheapest and nearest to you.

Electric Heating Stoves

Electric stoves are essentially just electric heaters but with the look and feel of a traditional heating stove. Unlike traditional stoves, they don’t operate by burning fuels but by using electricity. You will find that many of the models are portable and are capable of operating on a standard home electrical outlet. Some stoves also allow you to turn off the heating options so that you can just enjoy the look of the flames without having the heat!

Pellet Stoves

This type of stove efficiently and effectively converts biomass in the form of wood pellet fuel to heat while giving off almost no wood smoke. This kind of burning is much healthier for the environment! Pellet stoves are electronically sophisticated appliances that offer an environmentally friendly and low-cost heating option for your home.

Finding The Right Size Stove For You...

For a comfortable and relaxed room temperature, you need to ensure that you have the right size stove for your room. If you install a stove that is too large for your room, you will find yourself getting very uncomfortable, very quickly, and you’ll have to open a window to let some air in.

You will need approximately 1kW of heat output for every 14 cubic metres that you have. You can calculate this by measuring the length, width and height of your room and then multiply those figures together.

For example, a room that measures 7m long, 4m wide and has a height of 2.5m is 70 cubic metres. You then divide this by 14, resulting in a 5kW Stove.

Please note, this is just a rough guide, different factors such as the size of the windows, the number of outside walls and whether you have double glazing windows may also fluctuate the heat requirement. We do advise that you seek a professional to ensure you have the correct measurements.

 How Much Work Will You Need To Do?

This all relates to what type of stove you eventually go for. For example, A wood burning stove will take far longer to set up than an electric stove would. There are some people who love the feeling of laying a fire, maybe it’s because it reverts back to our caveman days of laying down the firewood to keep warm not only this but it’s also extremely therapeutic to do so.

However, there are others who simply just prefer the simple flick of a switch to turn on their electric fire. Electric fires are a great option for those who want warmth quickly and easily, making them great for busy family homes who don’t have time to lay the fire. There is no wrong answer, it’s all about personal preference, whether you prefer an old school wood burner, a real gas fire at the touch of a button or a plug-in electric stove, we have an option for all lifestyles.

Where Can A Stove Be Fitted?

You may be surprised to hear but a stove can be installed in just about any room of the house. Many of our stoves are freestanding so you can choose where to position them so you can make the most out of the heat. We advise that you install your stove either, against a wall, in an existing fireplace or in the centre of the room, flued through the ceiling. You can also get insert stoves which are to be fitted flush to the wall, between a dividing wall or an old fireplace opening. To ensure your stove is fitted correctly, we do suggest that you contact an adviser to ensure a safe and secure installation.