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Stanford Stoves

Stanford Stoves

The Stanford wood burning stove range has an unprecedented history. First conceived in the early 1980s its progression to today's high efficiency, clean burning, user friendly appliance is the result of over 150 years of combined stove experience.

The Stanford wood burning stove has at its heart an accurate air distribution and control system, the plexus control. This offers the user simple and precise fire regulation for lighting, heating and overnight burning. It also has clean glass and can be used in smoke less zones.

The double glazed door adds extra security, together with increased resistance to tar deposits. When a mistake is made while using the stove and the glass becomes dirty, just increase the fire's temperature and the glass burns clean.

Around 80% of the UK population live in what are referred to as smoke exempt areas. This means only stoves which have passed the very strict smoke control testing can burn wood in these areas. The Stanford range has not only passed the requirements but has set new standards by achieving some of the cleanest combustion ever recorded for a stove.

That’s not all the Stanford 23 is the only stove tested for overnight burning as a continuous combusting appliance while burning wood.

The range starts with the small Stanford 13 (S13) which suits smaller cosy rooms. The slightly larger Stanford 23 (S23), for medium living areas. The Stanford 33 (S33), the mother of the range, is suitable for larger spaces or open plan areas. While the Stanford 43 (S43), is the father, bigger and wider than the rest of the family, for heating large room volumes.

We have the Stanford 33 in satin enamel on working display and the Stanford 13 and 23 on display.

May I take this opportunity to congratulate you on both a first class job and upon your first class service, including the much appreciated conduct and attitude whilst in our home. We shall certainly not hesitate to recommend you to others.
R Marshall