Did you know as we manufacture all our stoves in the United Kingdom using local labour and British made materials we are able to make our wood burners the most competitive contemporary wood burners on the market.
How do we make our wood burning stoves so cheap?
We are able to make the cost of our stoves cheap by ensuring there is no waste in our manufacturing process and cutting out expensive retailers. Although our stoves don’t cost much compared with other modern woodburners we do not compromise on quality or service.
Our customer service is reliable and among the best in the industry. Our cheap wood burner prices are made possible because of ingenious but simple design principles and ease of build. Just because our woodburning stoves are cheaper than our competition doesn’t make them substandard. Most of our competition hand out commissions to their retailers of up to 45% that means we can produce a stove of equal quality and provide the customer with a stove that is 45% cheaper than our competition.
This has lead us to use the slogan “If its too good to be true its probably a Vesta”
Cut out the middlemen and save £££
Our factory and showroom is all located on one site. So if you come and visit you can see out stoves being made as well as sitting in the factory outlet in front of a roaring fire. By buying direct you are not only getting the best service and guarantee. You are also sporting a local business and and cutting out wholesaler margins. Which, lets face it, d0nt benefit you at all!
Made in the United Kingdom.
We get asked this all the time by customers looking to purchase a boiler stove such as the Vesta V12 DUO So we decided the best way would be to create the following simple calculator so customer and heating engineers can do it right on the fly with no room for error.The definition of a BTU is a traditional unit of heat; it is defined as the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit
Vesta Stoves are the Nations leading specialist at installing woodburning stoves in conservatories
If you’re lucky enough to have a conservatory in your house, you’ll know just how pleasant it can be during the summer. As the sun pours in and floods the room with light and warmth, it can be the perfect place to relax; serving as an in-between room joining the garden with the home.
But come winter, it’s a different story:
While it can still provide a relaxing place to sit, it’ll more than likely be cold. Uncomfortably cold.
We have made this easy by creating this simple form that will help you get the correct stove for the space
The position of the stove
The flue requires natural draught to work. If the flue is too close to the main house then downdraught could occur and cause the chimney to reverse. Therefore its best to site the stove as far as possible away from thr main house. Min 3 meters. If less then the flue will have to extend aove the main house level.
Polycarbonate or glass roof
Polycarb roofs can be modified on site during the normal installation of the fire. For glass roofs please contact us as we may need to have a special glass panel made to include a hole for the flue.
Stoves should be fitted away from combustible materials. Normally around 400mm Blinds, curtains and window ledges will need to be kept away from the stove area or heat shields used were necessary.
Installation cost for a stove in a conservatory
Again in an attempt to make this easy please use the caluclator below to get a instant quote.
We install stoves in summerhouses, log cabins and garden buildings
Dunster House provides high-quality log cabins, summerhouses, and garden offices. We recently had a request to install a Vesta wood-burning stove in a Dunster House log cabin and we’re really proud of the result. We specialize in the design and installation of log burners in timber-framed buildings and summerhouses. We sell both DIY Kits and also offer a full installation service.
Vesta installs stoves log cabins nationwide, and this particular stove install included a custom flue with a heat shield fitted into the ceiling. The chimney is sealed from the roof side to protect it from the elements.
If you have a log cabin or summerhouse and need advice on installation or fitting a wood-burning stove please contact us or telephone 01704 821095.
Here at Vesta Stoves HQ we often get unique requests for stove and woodburner installations. Occasionally our engineers are called onto narrowboats, canal boats and canal barges. As wood burning stoves are a romantic, reliable and economical way of keeping a boat warm and cosy on cold British evenings.
Recently we had such a request and it was a really interesting installation for our engineers. We had to create custom heat shielding and a metal hearth to maintain a safe environment, without detracting from the aesthetics of the boat. Because of the limited space the Vesta engineers installed a fully insulated custom shaped flue, ensuring that the flue gases passed safely through the wooden roof. Along with saving money by using less fuel throughout the year.
On the roof of the boat itself a custom chimney was installed, removable when required (in case you have any tricky branches to go under!) Due to the size of the narrowboat, our 2KW Vesta V2 woodburning stove was more than enough for the task. In these cases we have to ensure that the heat output is matched to the cabin size. The clean lines and slim design of the Vesta fit in perfectly with the surroundings of the boat. Wood burners have been in use on narrowboats and canal boats since the industrial revolution. There’s no reason why you shouldn’t take advantage of modern conveniences and contemporary styling though!
If you’re looking a wood burning stove for your own narrowboat or canal barge. Our range of woodburners are available in a variety of colours to fit any styles or surroundings.