AGA Stoves manufactures a wide range of wood burning stoves which are perfect for a variety of homes
Carefully placed mistletoe and oversized stockings surrounding a roaring fireplace is a quintessential Christmas image. However, given that open fires are notoriously poor heat emitters (typically producing efficiencies of just 10-15%) it is understandable that homeowners prefer to reach for the central heating controls rather than chopping another pile of logs. With this in mind, AGA Stoves, part of the AGA Rangemaster Group, has produced a handy guide to outline the benefits of choosing a wood burning stove and explain why they are not just for the festive season – they can last a lifetime.
The guide provides homeowners with all the information they need to make an informed decision when purchasing a wood burning stove. From running costs to maintenance, manufacturing quality to expected lifespan, the AGA Stoves log burning guide is a must read with winter just around the corner.
AGA Stoves manufactures a wide range of wood burning stoves which are perfect for a variety of homes. Notable models in the range include the Little Wenlock Classic and the Minsterley. The Little Wenlock Classic is a compact stove (H 533mm x W 400mm x D 415mm) which has been designed for smaller homes and standard fireplaces. By using a combination of high quality engineering and intelligent design, it is exceptionally efficient (over 81%) and is supplied with a supplementary wood grate, providing the option of burning wood or mineral fuels. To not exclude city and town dwellers, AGA Stoves has also developed a smoke exempt version which can be used in smoke control zones – the Little Wenlock Classic SE.
The Minsterley boiler stove is designed to provide plentiful heating and hot water for a family home and is capable of running up to 8 radiators. Thanks to its interchangeable fuel plate, it can also be used with either wood or solid fuel, and has a minimum rated heat output of 3.6kW with a hot water output of 7.5kW. The Minsterely retails at £1,825.
The full guide is available as a downloadable PDF at: www.agaliving.com/media/stoves/AGA_Stoves_Christmas_21.10.11...
Notes to editors:
The full guide includes information on the following topics:
• Why homeowners should consider a wood burning stove and the options available
• The cost of wood compared to gas and electricity
• How wood is a carbon neutral and sustainable fuel
• Integrating a wood burning stove into a home’s central heating system
• Advice on sizing a wood burning stove and possible requirements for additional ventilation
• How to install and maintain a wood burning stove
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AGA Rangemaster is a leading international premium consumer brands group which manufactures and distributes some of the best known and loved kitchen appliances and interiors furnishings in the world. Brands include AGA, Rayburn, La Cornue, Rangemaster, Falcon, Grange and Fired Earth. Known for its longstanding heritage, technical excellence and innovation, the Group now operates production facilities in the UK, USA, France, Canada and Ireland and has worldwide wholesale and retail distribution.
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