Clearview are one of the leading manufacturers of British stoves. Their renowned products are carefully designed and built in Shropshire from British steel. The stoves are available in a range of seven colours, along with a number of other styling options.
Dovre take their company name from a range of Norwegian mountains, and have more than 60 years experience in manufacturing stoves and fireplaces for harsh Arctic winters. Their traditional stoves are crafted from black cast iron, while a number of coloured enamel finishes are also available.
Since 1853, Jøtul has been the world's leading manufacturer of cast iron stoves, and offers a complete range of traditional appliances. Nine models are available in Jøtul's classic line, with nominal heat outputs ranging from 5kW to 9.5kW.
Brunel is a range of solid cast iron multi-fuel stoves, featuring traditional styling and a large clear glass door. Three models are available, offering heat outputs from 4kW to 7kW, and each can be ordered in traditional matt black, or a choice of coloured enamel finishes.
With a choice of clear glass or gothic tracery door mouldings, Stovax Huntingdon stoves can be ordered to suit anything from a country cottage to a modern townhouse. Five models are available, from 5kW to 9kW, in traditional matt black or a choice of coloured finishes.
This extensive range of steel stoves offers numerous models, with ten sizes and options to suit most rooms and homes. Whether your property is traditional or modern, large or small, in country or town, burning wood or solid fuel, you should find a Stockton to match your setting.
We have worked closely with Ivett & Reed for some years now and can not fault their quality and workmanship, which is of the highest standard.