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The return of the CL wood burning & multi-fuel promotion in 2017!

Now is the perfect time to buy one of our wood burning and multi-fuel stove with the return of the CL promotion!

Published: 14-08-2017

Updating your hearth – the traditional way!

Many owners of period or traditional houses appreciate the appeal of a beautiful fireplace. A magnificent mantelpiece surrounding an old-fashioned grate with logs crackling and conjuring a dance of flames – it’s a scene to come home to on a cold day that delights and reassures in equal measure. Only, there are downsides to such a pleasing spectacle, and they aren’t immediately noticeable. For a start the logs are not… read more

Published: 03-06-2016

Energy efficient wood burning stoves – Fire it up!

The weather may be warming up, but it is still nice to snuggle up in front of a real fire. The problem with open fires is that they are not very energy efficient, at only about 20%. The majority of wood burning stoves, on the other hand, are up to 88% efficient, so you get all the benefits of a real fire without most of your money going up in… read more

Published: 14-04-2016

What Size Yeoman Stove Do I Need?

Yeoman County Stove

Selecting the size of stove you need is not only an aesthetic choice, but another important factor is ensuring the stove you select heats your room efficiently. But how do you find out what size stove you need? To achieve a comfortable and warm temperature of 21˚C when the outside temperature is at freezing (0˚C) you will need approximately 1kW of heat output for every 14 cubic metres of space.… read more

Published: 13-11-2014

Multi-Fuel Stoves and Flexible Fuels

Exmoor Multi-fuel Stove

All of Yeoman’s incredible range of stoves are available as multi-fuel versions, but how can this help you? Well, the great thing about a multi-fuel stove is that you can choose a fuel that is easily accessible and economical for you. Multi-Fuel stoves can burn wood logs, peat or turf briquettes, coal or smokeless fuels. This provides you with the ultimate flexibility, so whether you want to enjoy the carbon-neutral… read more

Published: 13-08-2014

The difference between a wood burning and multi-fuel stove

When searching for your new solid fuel stove, you will be faced with a choice of fuel types. Although widely known as solid fuel, stoves that fall under this category will be compatible with either wood logs, multi-fuel or both. There are a number of benefits with either so it is worth considering which fuel would suit your needs best.

Published: 11-03-2014

Looking for a small solid fuel stove?

The lure of a real fire in your home is hard to deny but if you are concerned you may not have the space for a solid fuel stove, look no further than the Yeoman range.

Published: 17-01-2014

Keep warm this winter with these handy tips

Winter has just begun and cold, damp weather is here to stay for the next few months. A wood burning or multi-fuel stove will provide plenty of ambient warmth for your home but what else can you do to ensure your spring utility bills don’t creep up? Try these top tips for keeping your home warm, dry and healthy.

Published: 16-12-2013

Boiler stoves save energy in the home

There are various advantages to using a boiler stove in your home: modern technology ensures that today’s boiler stoves are capable of feeding up to 19 radiators whilst also giving off radiant heat into the room in which they are installed. Furthermore ‘link up’ technology allows you to connect your existing central heating system to your choice of appliance for both ease and convenience. The summer is the ideal time to… read more

Published: 12-06-2013

How to dry your own logs

With more people choosing wood burning stoves and fires to heat their homes, sourcing green wood is becoming increasingly popular because it is considerably cheaper to buy than dry, seasoned wood. What is seasoned wood? The term “seasoned” refers to wood that has been left to dry for 2 years or more to achieve a moisture content level that is below 20%. This increases the efficacy of combustion, giving you… read more

Published: 06-02-2013

Are you ready for the big freeze?

This weekend, the UK is set to experience some cold weather but are you ready for it? Harsh temperatures can often disrupt our daily lives. It is important to be aware and be prepared in order to keep warm and healthy throughout these colder months. Ensure that you have the right heating appliance to keep you and your home warm and toasty. For those woodburning stove or fire owners, make… read more

Published: 11-01-2013

Yeoman Devon Featured in Self Build Homes

The rustic charms of the Yeoman Devon woodburning and multi-fuel stove are featured in Self Build Homes’ latest Essential Guide,  in their piece on choosing the right fire or stove for your home. The article ‘The essential guide to fires and fireplaces’ is a very useful read for those interested in installing a fire or stove. It explains the various options that are available to you as well as some  practical facts and tips that will be handy when… read more

Published: 04-01-2013