• What a great stove at a very competitive price! A beautifully elegant contemporary wood burner with an average burn of 5kw and top burn of 7kw. It can be fitted without an air vent. It now is available with curved side panels that mirror the shape of the soapstone version.
  • £947.00
    These prices are for local sale only add 10% for the rest of the country. The Little Thurlow is an exciting addition to the Town and Country existing range of clean burning stoves. (79.5% effcient!) Designed especially for the lower fire opening, being only 20.5 inches high, and burns wood...
  • MAN MADE BLOCKS Heat logs / ECO-Briquettes £4.25 a single pack or £20 per 5 packs (50kg) KILN DRIED WOOD  Kiln dried hard wood logs in nets £4.50 a single or 5 Packs for £20.00 (50kg)  1m3 of kiln dried ash for £160 DELIVERED...
  • This is a live display and can be shown working at our showroom. This classic cooker was launched to commemorate Esse' 150th year of trading and has gone form strength to strength since appearing on River Cottage. It is practical as well as eye catching taking loads of 0.5m logs. It provides...

Cast (iron)or not to cast (iron)?


We are asked at Kuggar Stoves all the time whether cast iron stoves are better than steel stoves. It is our opinion that they just have different strengths and weaknesses. A cast stove will take longer to heat up but will radiate the heat better and retain the heat longer after the fire is out.

A steel stove however will heat up quicker but will not hold the heat as long after the fire is out. Another property of the steel bodied stove is that due to the nature of the material it is more resistant to rust and will not crack as cast stoves can do if abused. Poor quality cast stoves also can become uncontrollable as the seals between the body panels can wear, this results in the fire drawing too much making the appliance a hazard. Both types of stove have around a 20 year life span in the right conditions.

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