All our wood burning stoves are Ecodesign Ready.
Log and Wood Burning stoves offer the most dramatic and powerful flame pictures available, together with high heat efficiency associated with modern stoves. All our stoves are certified DEFRA Exempt, which means you can use them in smoke controlled areas. Our stoves have also been independently certified to meet BS EN13240 and EN13229, in compliance with our ISO9001 accreditation.
Burning wood using a modern high performance Ecodesign Ready stove from Charlton & Jenrick is not only environmentally responsible, but the powerful heating effect, combined with the warm ambience of the flame pictures simply can’t be beaten.
The advent of clean combustion and air washes to keep the glass panel clean means stoves perform better than ever. It is often said that nothing beats the effect of a real fire, so if you picture winter evenings snuggled up with a loved one in front of the fire, then it is best achieved with a log or wood burning stove. A stove can be free standing on its own or fit into an inglenook, it can be inset or chambered, in a traditional or modern Adam style fireplace, or it can be fitted hole-in-the-wall.
Logs or Wood?
The majority of our Ecodesign Ready stoves are approved and 2022 Ecodesign Ready for multi-fuel, which means you can burn a range of suitable materials, although we do recommend that you only burn well-seasoned hard wood logs for the best burn, environmental responsibility and maximum efficiency. Other types of wood are also ok to burn on our stoves, as long as it has definitely not been treated or painted previously (for example; fences, old doors, furniture or old floor panels).
Our complete range of stoves can be viewed in our gallery:
Our Essential Guides for Stove Owners:
Essential Guide – Benefits of burning wood
Essential Guide – Before you buy a stove
Essential Guide – For what wood to burn on your stove
Essential Guide – To living with your new stove
Essential Guide – Energy efficiency of wood burning stoves
Essential Guide – Switching from an open fire to a wood burning stove
Essential Guide – Charlton & Jenrick Guide to Fuel Efficiency
Essential Guide – Our Ecodesign Ready Stoves
For those wanting the feel of a wood burning stove, but also the ease of instant control then Fireline offer a gas stove version of the most popular wood burning stoves. Like with our wood burners we offer gas stoves and fireplace packages to create the ideal suite.
Our stoves start at 77% efficiency and rise to 82.2%. This means between 77% and 82.2% of heat a stoves creates is used to heat a room, with very little wasted heat. An open fire by comparison has an efficiency of around 25%. This means 75% of heat an open fire creates is lost. This is not environmentally friendly and costs you more to run.
There are significant benefits to using a highly efficient stove, which include:
* You only pay for the wood you use
* Burning wood in a highly efficient stove is virtually carbon neutral
* It’s a form of renewable energy
* Plenty of heat produced from a range of fire sizes
* They make a welcoming feature in a home
Electric Stoves – Paragon now have electric stoves for those that don’t wish to have a traditional wood burning stove – learn more
Gas Stoves – For those that have gas, Paragon now have gas fired stoves for those that don’t wish to have a traditional wood burning stove – learn more