Stûv Stoves

“The essential wood burning fire”

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Stûv stoves design and produces wood burning stoves, pellet burners, wood inserts and gas inserts. At Hot Box Stoves we ensure we provide the highest quality of log burners which is why we feature Stûv as one of our preferred brands. Stûv offer a fantastic selection of wood burning stoves in a contemporary design. If it is a modern wood burner you are looking for Stûv will have something to suit you.

As approved Stûv stove dealers your stove will be guaranteed and fitted by qualified professionals. Experts in Stuv installations and care, you can rest assured your new stove is only a click away.

Contact our team at Hot Box Stoves to discuss your requirements.

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Stuv 16 Wood Burning Stoves

Ideal solution for main, top-up or background heating, available in three sizes. This wood-burning stove can be placed on a Stûv base, an artisan-crafted base or a piece of furniture. A fan can be added as an option.

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Stuv 21 a Stunning inset wood burner

The visually beautiful Stuv 21 is a focal point in any room. Featuring state of the art design and technology this stove is sure to be a wow factor to any project. With a range of finishing options available as with all Stuvs, you can tailor to your exact requirements.

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Stuv 30 | Timeless and revolutionary 

The Stûv 30 is the very first wood-burning stove to offer three modes of use. Although now in its third generation, it is still revolutionary with its 3-in-1 system: open fire, glass door, or solid door. To change the mode of use you just need to pivot the drum of your Stûv 30 to the desired position. Enjoy!

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Stûv stoves Knowledge box

How to determine the power required ?

The power of a stove is expressed in kW and indicates the amount of useful heat (i.e. heat which actually heats the house) that this stove can produce.

This heat must effectively compensate, as closely as possible, for the heat that the building naturally loses. The power required to heat a room varies depending on outside temperature, the size of the room, which way the property faces, geographical location and the standard of insulation in the building …On the other hand, greater power would be required for a second home, which would have to be heated up quickly at the beginning of the weekend.

A stove that is too small will not be able to heat up (or reheat) the room in cold weather. Alternatively, a stove that is too powerful will often work at a low rate in conditions that are not very beneficial. Sometimes it will overheat the room even at a lower rate. Choosing a 20 kW stove where a 10 kW model would be sufficient would be a very bad decision.

These various factors mean it is not easy to carry out a simple calculation. The best way to make sure you choose the Stûv best suited to your requirements is to consult your supplier. He will be able to assess your needs on site. Explain how you intend to use your stove and he will be able to advise you in your choice.

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Which wood should you use ?

Different types of wood have different heat capacities and do not burn in the same way. Generally speaking, you should choose hard wood such as oak, beech, ash, hornbeam or fruit trees. They produce lovely flames and lots of embers, which glow for a long time.

Whatever wood you choose, it should be really dry. Damp wood provides a great deal less heat and a large amount of the energy is used just to evaporate the water it contains. Sapwood – as the soft wood just beneath the bark is called – can contain up to 75 % water. Moist wood also releases a lot of smoke, produces few flames and causes the stove, its glass door and the chimney to get dirty and soot up. Big logs should be chopped up to dry better. Wood should be covered or sheltered from the rain but well ventilated. Generally speaking, you should allow two years for the wood to dry properly. You will soon learn to estimate the dryness of the logs by holding them in your hand. The drier they are, the lighter they will feel and they will produce a clearer sound when you knock them together.

To avoid
Conifers : They produce a lot of heat but burn quickly ; they spit embers and the resins they contain dirty the chimney.

To proscribe
Wood that has been treated chemically, railway sleepers, and chipboard, which soon make appliances and chimneys dirty and can give off toxic fumes.