Any suggestions as to a good make of woodburning stove?

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John

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Re: Any suggestions as to a good make of woodburning stove?
« Reply #30 on: September 23, 2010, 17:57 »
Personally we're not looking for a cooker nor a back-boiler as the plumbing would be a big job. Just a simple stove to keep the room warm and hopefully drive out some of the damp   :ohmy:

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Re: Any suggestions as to a good make of woodburning stove?
« Reply #31 on: December 10, 2010, 19:31 »
You can't beat an Aga, We're using a "Little Wenlock",it's the smallest one they make -it heats our living room, passage, and two bedrooms. The living room gets too hot, and we have to keep the door open !
Morso is another good 'un
I've also had a french Chapee (?) which was great for it's size (try e-bay)
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Re: Any suggestions as to a good make of woodburning stove?
« Reply #32 on: December 20, 2010, 00:05 »
Hi

We have a BOSKEY  8)we have had this one in about 10 yrs and has worked perfect. The overn is electric or off the stove and can handle 17 radiators. The fire box size can be altered whilst lit and will take logs upto 17 inches long and 10 inch wide. :) We have kept it lit for 3 months in the past.

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