ELB Fireplaces offer Inset Stoves and fireplaces that can match both the interior and architecture of your home. An insert fireplace is designed with a large glass front to provide a maximum view of the fire within, allowing you to create a stunning fireplace without compromising energy efficiency.
To meet the ever-growing popularity of inset stoves our range includes multi-fuel and wood burning only stoves. All high-quality models from leading manufacturers. Our Stove inserts range will give you the freedom to create a unique fireplace and we offer a range of different sized fireplace inserts to suit various openings and Fireplaces.
Inset stoves are a type of wood burning or multi-fuel stove that is designed to slide into an existing open fireplace. Additionally, a stove van be installed directly into a chimney breast or wall leaving only the front of the stove visible.
Wood burning and multi-fuel stove almost always have a large viewing window, to ensure you get the best view of your warming flames. So, If you are looking for a product that best matches an open fireplace but has a higher level of control then an inset stove is the closest thing that you can get.
Better still, if you already have an open fireplace and a chimney breast, then buying an inset wood burning stove will reduce the overall installation cost. This is because, the space to install the stove is already there and makes things a lot simpler.
When it comes to aesthetics, inset wood burning or multi-fuel stoves come in a range of styles. And, the main difference between inset stoves and freestanding stoves is that the only part of an inset stove you will see is the very front of the stove. Typically, free-standing stoves do require slightly more space than an inset stove, but are available in all shapes and styles.
So, if you have a large living space or a generously sized fireplace, then a free-standing wood burning stove would be perfect for you!
One of the most important things you need to consider when purchasing a wood burning or multi-fuel stove is the style. However, we think the main question the main question should be – do I need an inset or a free standing stove?