Stovax Stoves & Fires
Stovax & Gazco are one of the UK’s most well established manufacturers of stoves and fires. Since 1982, Stovax have been designing and manufacturing wood burning stoves, multi fuel, gas and electric stoves – keeping our homes cosy and warm. A World of Fires is proud to part of the Expert Retailers Network.
Stovax are committed to sustainability and offer the the UKs largest range of low emission, eco stoves designed to run as efficiently as possible.
The choice of which stove to buy is an important one, as each type of fuel has its own advantages and disadvantages.
Stoves come in three main types: wood burning or multi-fuel stoves, gas stoves and electric stoves.
Stovax offer a wide range of of hearth mounted and wall mounted fires, inset fires and freestanding fires.
We are part of the Expert Retailer Network, with fully functional fires available to see in our showroom.
Choosing The Right Fire
If you’re considering purchasing a stove, there are several things to think about before making your decision. From the role it will play in your home to the fuel you will use, our quick guide will help you decide what factors are most important to you when purchasing your stove. Stoves come in an array of colors, shapes and sizes. Some are designed to heat a specific room; others heat water or the entire house. Some stoves are simply beautiful to look at.
If you’re looking for a stove to heat up a particular area of your home, measure the room first and find out the size of the stove required. As a rule of thumb, we suggest you allow 1kW of heat output for every 14 cubic metres (about 150 square feet) of space. For example, to achieve a room temperature of 21 degrees C (70 F), you would need about 2kW.
Wood Burning & Multi-fuel Stoves
A multi-fuel stove can burn logs, peat, or other solid fuels. It has an ash pan and a grate that allows air to enter from the bottom, so it burns more efficiently than a traditional open fire. Wood-burning stoves have flat beds for logs instead of grates. Today, A twin-wall pipe system allows homeowners without chimneys to benefit from the ambience and focal point created by either a wood burning or multi-fuel stove. Stovax offers the largest range of Ecodesign stoves and fires in the UK.
Gazco electric stoves can be installed and used with ease. You can choose from a variety of designs, including traditional and modern styles, to suit your home or business location. Their stoves use VeriFlame technology to produce realistic flames and controls are discreetly located under the stove, so they don’t take up room. Chromalight LED lighting technology can be incorporated into some electric stoves to create a variety of visuals and mood lighting.
You might prefer a gas stove if you can’t have a solid fuel one or if you like the look of a gas stove. Gas stoves are often very similar to solid fuel ones, but some are different in appearance.
Gas stoves are convenient to operate and provide warmth and ambient light at the touch of a button. The realistic fire effects of a gas stove make your living room or fireplace resemble a cozy hearth. Gas stoves from Gazco come with either log fuel beds or coal fuel beds, giving you the option to choose a realistic fire effect and ambiance appropriate for your tastes.
Stovax manufacture their range of British-designed, high-quality stoves in their manufacturing plant in Exeter, Devon. They’ve been producing stoves here since 1981.
Stovax Ltd was founded in Exeter, England, in 1981 to design, manufacture and distribute wood burning stoves and fire accessories. In 1988, the sister company Gazco Ltd was established to develop and produce gas and electric versions of Stovax stoves.
The main Stovax office is based in Exeter, Devon where they also manufacture their range of stoves.
Stovax products are only available through independent retailers such as ourselves, who can show you fully operational models and discuss your individual requirements to help you select the most appropriate fire for your home.
If you purchase a Stovax or Gazco product from their ‘Expert Retailer Network’ like ourselves, you will be offered an extended warranty period depending on the product you choose. For distributors outside of this network, a standard, non-extendable 12 month warranty applies.
Full warranty details can be found on stovax.com/information/warranty-information/
The choice of which stove to buy is an important one, as each type of fuel has its own advantages and disadvantages. Stoves come in three main types: wood burning or multi-fuel stoves, gas stoves and electric stoves.