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Summer offer: 20% off installed stoves OR a free Charnwood log carrier in July*
Undertake a stove installation before the end of July to claim your extra discount or a free log holder/basket from Bodj by Charnwood.
Call now or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your requirements and arrange a free in home survey.
Welcome to our stoves homepage. We sell a range of high quality wood burning stoves, multifuel stoves and boiler stoves from our showroom in Rochester, Kent. We are also HETAS registered installers of stoves and boiler stoves covering the Medway and North Kent area.
Search here for what we can source for you. You can search by manufacturer (below) or style (left hand menu options). We have hand picked our range of stoves from really high quality UK manufacturers, including Charnwood, Broseley, Future Fires and Portway, plus some beautifully crafted Harmoney and Stanford Belgium stoves by Efel and Scandinavian stoves by Hwam.
We want you to know about the stove you are buying. When buying on the internet it is difficult to tell the difference between a stove that costs £250 and a stove costs £750. We have attempted to provide some guidance on our Guide to Wood Burning Stoves page, but it is worth coming into the showroom to talk to our knowledgeable staff to find out more about a stove that is suitable for your individual circumstances.
In the vast majority of cases, we can provide you a pretty accurate written quote on the spot or over the phone by taking basic details about your property and chimney breast, if using one. These will later be checked on site by one of our qualified engineers. We have also attempted to give some guidance to stove prices via our Rough Guide to Costs page.
*An additional 10% off on top of our standard 10% discount, applies to the stove cost only. Alternatively choose any log holder/carrier in the Bodj range from Charnwood - http://www.bodj.co.uk/basketware-intro.asp (Also includes G-Holder shown above). Subject to availability.