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Charming, retro, environmentally friendly, cost-effective, cozy…. There are many pros of having a wood burning stove in a your home, and very few cons. A J Wells & Sons Ltd, manufacturers of Charnwood Stoves, realized this back in 1972, when this British company produced its first ever wood burning stove. C-Four (Country 4) is just one of the stoves in their versatile and elegant C-Series. C-Four has a 4.9 kW heat output and 2 – 5.5kW range.

It is made from cast iron, plate steel, and ceramic glass and comes in eight different colours. C-Four is best suited for heating smaller areas. It is also DEFRA exempt, which means that you are allowed to burn wood in the stove in smoke control areas, while its cleanburning airwash technology ensures that the stove’s glass window will stay clean throughout use.

C-Four also has an outlet which draws air externally, which, in turn, increases its efficiency and performance. Additionally, all stoves from the C-Series have a rear heat shield which means that you can place them closer to the wall without worrying that something might catch fire. The C-Four stove conforms to EN 13240 standard, and, not only does it look great, with its curved edges and yesteryear design, but it will heat your home in no time and provide enduring warmth.

The C-Four can easily take a 330 mm (13”) log, while there is also an option of fitting a back boiler which you can use to heat water. The stove is finished in solid brass and has a turned wooden door handle.

And what about the atmosphere that a crackling fire creates… So, pour yourself a glass of wine, fire up that Charnwood wood burning stove, relax, and savour the feeling of peace, comfort, and opulence it brings. watch video below

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C-Four Wood Stove by Charnwood 10

C-Four Wood Stove by Charnwood 10

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