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  • (7) items: £82331.01
    • 371 x Somerton mk2 Tertiary Air Bar (£19.99) = £7416.29
    • 375 x Somerton mk2 Rear Brick Set (Pair) (£30.02) = £11257.50
    • 375 x Somerton II Ash Pan (Complete) (£39.99) = £14996.25
    • 387 x Somerton Mk.2 Cast Iron Grate (£29.99) = £11606.13
    • 371 x Somerton mk2 Baffle Brick (£35.00) = £12985.00
    • 386 x Somerton mk2 Side Brick Set (Pair) (£47.94) = £18504.84
    • 371 x Somerton Secondary Air Plate - Lower (£15.00) = £5565.00
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Don’t neglect your stove this summer!

Sometimes over the summer your stove can be left feeling unloved and lonely with everyone outside playing in the sunshine. To make sure your stove does not feel dejected and is ready for the autumn and winter months you should get your stove serviced by a registered engineer as well as having your c...

Why Choose a Woodburning Stove?

With woodburning stoves never being far from the headlines of the British media, the question is, why should you choose a woodburning stove today and what benefits are there over other traditional alternatives and fuel types. Woodburning stoves of the 21st Century are markedly different from those ...

Why Choose a Gas Stove?

Why Choose a Gas Stove? Gas Stoves are still very popular in todays market, with almost 80% of UK homes having access to or being powered by natural gas, there is a huge opportunity to have a gas stove installed in your home. Ashcott Gas Most of the gas stoves we offer are available in either n...

Do I need an SE Stove? What is Smoke Control? – We’ve got the answers here.

Smoke control areas, or zones, have been around since the late 1950s, they were introduced to help deal with the growing pollution in cities and surrounding areas after the Industrial Revolution and the evolution of factories over the UK. Many larger towns and cities are considered to be Smoke Cont...

What flue is used when and why for wood burning stoves?

When buying a stove it’s important to not only make sure you understand all of the jargon that gets thrown about when you speak to someone in a stove shop or look online at stoves, you also need to understand about the flue or chimney system that’s going to be used for your installation ...

Spring / Autumn Stove Syndrome

During the Spring and Autumn months temperatures can rise suddenly making it a lot warmer outside than inside. When this happens, it can sometimes lead to what we in the stove industry call Spring / Autumn Chimney Syndrome. Spring / Autumn Syndrome is where the air in the chimney begins operating i...

What Wood to burn on your Woodburner?

Before deciding which type of wood to burn on your woodburner, you have to remember that whatever wood you decide burn to needs to be dried, fully seasoned and with a moisture level of less than 20%. Moisture levels can be easily checked with a moisture metre if buying from a local source, or large ...

We've launched our first-ever gas stove with the remote controlled Ashcott design

With autumn/winter just around the corner, now is the perfect time to reassess your home’s heating and consider whether your current configuration is as cosy and comfortable as possible. There’s nothing quite like coming home to a feature stove in the living room, dining area or a large ...

Product Showcase - Loxton 5- 10 Range

The Loxton from Mendip Stoves has been a staple in the range since it's inception. Over the last 8 years we've updated and evolved the model to make it cleaner burning and more efficient. Within the latest iteration of the Loxton 5-10 range there are a number of features we want to showcase to give ...

Don't Neglect Your Stove This Summer - Top Tips for Stove Servicing

Sometimes over the summer your stove can be left feeling unloved and lonely with everyone outside playing in the sunshine. To make sure your stove does not feel dejected and is ready for the autumn and winter months you should get your stove serviced by a registered engineer as well as having your c...

 

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