We are excited to announce that The Woodland, Mendip Stoves brand new stove born from their collaboration with the Woodland Trust, has been shortlisted for the Build It Awards 2016 in the Best Heating Product Category.
We have some tough competition - but it's nothing we're not used to having already won the Best Multifuel Stove under 5kW at the Hearth and Home earlier this year.
The other heating products shortlisted in this category are:
Best Heating Product
- Jotul UK Ltd – Scan 65 Series
- Mendip Stoves Ltd – The Woodland Stove
- Mitsubishi Electric – Ecodan QUHZ 4kW Air Source Heat Pump
- Moss Technical – Niko Home Control
- The Underfloor Heating Store – Prowarm Underfloor Heating Mat
Winners are announced on the 22nd September 2016.
The Woodland is part of the Woodland Trust offer from Eurostove. For every stove sold, Mendip Stoves will donate three trees to the Woodland Trust, the UK’s leading conservation charity. Chris Baines, MD of Eurostove Ltd, said:
“Eurostove and Mendip Stoves are delighted to be working with the Woodland Trust, helping the charity to plant hundreds of trees. We have a huge commitment to being a sustainable business, which includes encouraging our customers to use wood from sustainable sources to power our stoves. We see the Woodland Trust as being the perfect fit and are delighted that our support will see the planting and protection of trees across the UK.”
About Mendip Stoves
Eurostove Ltd is a family owned business based in Somerset since 2004, who specialise in wood burning stoves, be they traditional, contemporary or inset. The Mendip range is manufactured in Britain, ensuring that the stoves are beautifully built by experienced craftsmen using cutting-edge technology. Mendip stoves are manufactured to exceed British standards with demand for quality at every stage. From its heavy-duty steel body to the ergonomically designed door handle, every detail has been meticulously considered.
About the Woodland Trust
The Woodland Trust is the UK’s leading charity championing native woods and trees. It has over 400,000 supporters.
The Trust has three key aims:
- Plant native trees and woods with the aim of creating resilient landscapes for people and wildlife
- Protect ancient woodland which is rare, unique and irreplaceable
- Restoration of damaged ancient woodland, bringing precious pieces of our natural history back to life
Established in 1972, the Woodland Trust now has over 1,000 sites in its care covering approximately 20,000 hectares (50,000 acres). Access to its woods is free.