Marble Granite Stoves can supply and install a wide range of both multi-fuel and wood burning stoves. But which should you choose?
Wood burning stoves are designed only for wood, as the name suggests, but multi-fuel stoves can burn wood, smokeless fuel and coal. There are differences in the way these fuels burn, and not all multi-fuel stoves are optimised for burning all compatible fuels with equal efficiency.
A brief overview is below, but to answer all your questions get in touch with MGS and our experienced staff can advise which type of stove will work best to meet your specific requirements.
A wood burning stove is usually built without a fixed grate and a flat base. As the wood burns the ashes collect and fresh logs are placed on top. Because logs combust more effectively and evenly when resting on a bed of ashes, you get maximum efficiency and heat output from your stove.
Multi-fuel stoves can burn a variety of materials other than wood such as smokeless fuels, anthracite and peat or turf briquettes. Multi-fuel appliances have a raised grate with moving bars or a central riddling grate and ashpan to allow ash removal to keep ideal combustion conditions.
For all fires and stoves we offer FREE comprehensive Home Survey without obligation to ensure suitability of your chosen fireplace or stove.
Many of our fires and stoves can be made to measure to suit your requirements.
Surveys can be arranged at a time to suit you and you will receive a full written quotation and specification.
We offer a full supply & fit service for all fires and stoves, however if you would like to purchase the parts we are more than happy to just supply.
Our bespoke installation service between our own fitters and sub-contractors can include:
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