As the name suggests, multifuel stoves were designed and built to burn a number of different fuels, whether it is logs or a smokeless fuel like coal you wish to use, these stoves are among the most popular with our customers. But what else makes them so desirable? In this article, we will take a closer look at five advantages of owning a multifuel stove.
1. The efficient and effective way to burn multiple fuels
As we touched on above, by their very nature, multifuel stoves have been designed to burn a number of different fuels from eco-friendly solid fuels for use in areas that have strict rules regarding smoke emissions, to wooden logs or coal.
2. Easy clean and debris removal
Thanks to their in-built ash pan, multifuel stoves are easy to clean. The ash pan sits beneath the grate and collects all the ash and debris which makes it much easier and safer to dispose of. In addition to which, because there is extraordinarily little build-up of ash and debris the stove will remain free from blockages and will give you years of trouble-free heat.
3. Self-reliant power
Another major advantage of this type of stove is that they are not reliant on any type of external power source, making them ideal for those who live in areas that are at high risk of electrical power failures during the winter months.
4. Lower energy consumption
A multifuel stove is a great way to save on energy bills, as other than the fuel you purchase, there are no other overheads, plus you won’t have to worry about receiving unexpectedly high energy bills.
5. Much more aesthetically pleasing
One thing that makes multifuel stoves more desirable than other forms of heating appliance is the fact that they have a retro appearance that fits in well with either the classic or contemporary design of a room.
As you can see, there are many benefits to owning a multifuel stove, and here at Town and Country Fires, we are on hand to give you expert advice on which type of multifuel stove is right for you.