Once you have chosen your fireplace you may want to add a few accessories to compliment your fireplace and enhance the look or you just need something for maintenance.
Heat resistant Paint, Heat resistant coatings for fireplace chambers, wood burning stoves, gas fires, bbq's ,chiminea, flue systems and all applications where Heat Resistant Paint is required, Cleaners and Sealers for all those maintenance jobs for your chosen fireplace
We have extensive products from Ashpans, Buckets, Baxi-Fires, Cast-Iron Firebacks, Clay-Firebacks, Companion sets, Fire-Grates, Firewood Baskets, Log Baskets, Log Holders, Log Stores.
Granite Hearths, Marble Hearths, Slabbed Hearths, Slate Hearths, Stove Fans, Replacement Ceramic Coals, Ceramic Logs and Pebbles for all those finishing touches.
Stove fans (thermoelectric motor driven) operation is between 50°C and 340°C.and are a recent innovation that really does dramatically improve the heat given into the room from the stove, estimated fuel saving using these fans are up to 16% as wood burners become more popular the heat powered fan is the ‘must have’ product for the home and no batteries needed. These fans are easy to operate, low effort to maintain and inexpensive to run too.
The stove fan should be placed adjacent and slightly behind the flue pipe. Never place the stove fan in front of the flue pipe or at the front of the stove. The stove fan requires the cooler air flow from behind the stove to generate its own thermoelectricity. The fan should only be used with free standing stoves and is not suitable for other types of fireplaces including inset stoves. The stove fan should only be used with the base placed on the stove and not hung by the handle.