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At Town and Country Fires, we boast a range of woodburning, multifuel and gas stoves. While having the choice is a luxury, with a number of different options available, you need to be sure that the stove you get is a good fit for your space, location and lifestyle. In this article, we’ve laid out the main benefits of woodburning, multifuel and gas stoves to help you make a choice that you’ll be happy with for years to come.

Woodburning Wonders

If you’re looking for an authentic, traditional feel then a Wood-burning stove is the closest you can get to that coveted open fire experience. They can form dramatic focal points in any room and as well as being visually arresting, can also help save you money by keeping heating bills low. Our wood-burning stoves are also more energy-efficient than traditional fireplaces and our Eco Design models burn cleanly and are clear skies marks approved. A Wood-burning stove from Town and Country Fires truly is the best of both worlds: a vintage look combined with modern technology.

Marvellous Multifuel

Our multifuel models are perfectly matched to those who need maximum flexibility and minimum fuss. Because you can burn a range of fuel types on them, you are not constrained to wood alone, which could be beneficial if you’d struggle to stay well-stocked with timber. It’s important to remember that multifuel does not equal “any fuel”, and that household waste, anthracite and coal should not be burned in our multifuel stoves. Multifuel fires are a cost-effective option so if a budget-friendly buy is what you need, then look no further than our superb range of multifuel stoves.

Glorious Gas

Gone are the days of gas fires looking kitch or fake. Our gas stoves are cleverly designed to resemble classic stoves but are delightfully low maintenance in comparison. Keeping your gas stove fuelled is as simple as having it connected to your gas supply and turning on the tap. Because gas heating is cheaper than electric, a gas fire is an affordable and stress-free alternative to fuel-burning stoves.