My own credentials (Eoin) are experiential, having come in to the wood burning stove industry as a young man (With bad hair, but more of it) when cutting edge technology was a stove with panes of glass, replacing one inch strips (They always got irredeemably filthy in the joins) “Airwash” (“Wonder what will happen if we drill another hole here…”) and zero rate vat loopholes that you could shove a stove through!
Today the wood burning stoves industry has, at its best end, a sense of professionalism, (There are still tartan shirted beardies selling wood stoves from farmyards and the small ads in the back of the Sunday papers have been replaced by “T Interweb”) (PS, if this IS how you prefer to buy stuff, stop reading, you’re on the wrong website!) and an understanding that the wood burning stove business has “Come of age” with an acceptance that burning wood in a stove fireplace is sensible, clean, renewable and with the products that can be used, highly efficient.
After long discussion and deliberation, we have reverted to contractors for our installations. This because, in the last few years we have trained many young men, who have subsequently left to start their own businesses and make their way in the world! When we decided to employ, rather than contract, it was because there was little expertise out there, today, due in no small part to our own endeavours, there is lots!
The lovely Pamela, will most likely answer the phone when you ring, and will prompt you later when you forget to post the cheque you promised.
Hugh will oft meet and greet, and is chiefly responsible for ensuring that the stove and other goods you ordered are in the warehouse in one piece, either for collection or delivery
The Anchor Woman
The glue that holds our wood burning stove business together is my partner (in all respects) Anne.
She reminds us all, lest we forget, that we are an old fashioned business, that builds relationships with its clients, respects their homes and wishes, behaves honestly and tries to engender all these, mutually, from our clients. (Hey, we’re people too!)
We’ve always believed that if we stop enjoying the wood burning stove business, then we should stop! At the moment we are still smiling, and so are our clients!
So, dip in. This is the “New”, “Revised” and “Updated” stove website, so hopefully you will find it easier to navigate around than the last one (It just growed and growed!) Comments, will be gratefully received and possibly, perhaps, acted upon. Feel free to use the contact form on this page
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