Stove Experience

Build An Outdoor Pizza Oven You Can Be Proud Of

By techhead
Oct 26th, 2017

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Having A Wood Fired Pizza Oven In Your Garden Just Got Easier. You’ve seen them on celebrity chef TV shows. Jamie Oliver demonstrating how to cook delectable pizzas, home made bread, roast turkey, roasted vegetables, braised lamb. Mouthwatering crisp edges on a two-minute pizza. The speed is amazing, the flavour sublime. If you’ve eaten food cooked in a wood fired pizza oven

Contemporary Wood Stoves – Glass Hearths and Plinths

By Eoin
Aug 24th, 2016

If you are someone who is passionate about style and design you’ll be delighted with the latest that modern wood burning stoves have to offer. Modern Stove Design One of our passions is to stay in touch with the very latest innovations in stove technology and design. Glass Hearths and Plinths So we are delighted to be able to highlight

Stove Donation to Venture Scotland Glen Etive Bothy

By techhead
Jun 1st, 2016

At the latter end of 2015 we were contacted by Rob Branter from the Scottish Charity Venture Scotland.  He was looking for prices for a replacement stove for the Bothy in Glen Etive. The charity uses the Bothy to give young people a taste of adventure in the great Scottish wilderness places.     The amount of money the group

Jotul Wood Stoves, Log Burners & Fireplace Inserts

By Eoin
Mar 13th, 2016

Great News for Woodburner Fans At the beginning of October at Stove Experience we open our newly installed  Jøtul ” Shop in Shop” featuring a selection of the  technically advanced and inspiring Jøtul cast iron wood burning stoves and multi fuel stoves. The Norwegian stove company has perfected the art of recycling cast iron and turning it into wood burning


By Eoin
Mar 12th, 2016

Cant help but notice the proliferation of new stove shops throughout the country. Mostly refugees from the now, largely defunct, Biomass industry. Remarkable is the HUGE amount of “Experience” they apparently hold. One shop, that is less than a year old, tells us on its website that it has “Over a hundred years experience in the business” How!? Presumably by

Biomass Blaggers!

By Eoin
Mar 13th, 2015

The new buzzword in my industry…”Biomass”. (See also “Snake oil”, ) has ever a concept been SO oversold? (Since photovoltaics!) I see people daily who have parted with £20k plus on the promise of “Free heat”, “Government will pay you”….when will people learn!? You get “Out fur Nowt”. There aint  no such thing as a free lunch. (“Tanstaafl”….thank you Robert

Wood Fuel Cost Calculator

By Eoin
Oct 7th, 2014

Calculating the amount and cost of wood or solid fuel needed can br tricky. Spotted this earlier and want to share it You need to download it to make it work, but an excellent and easy used spreadsheet that allows you to change variables, fuel type, unit cost per kilowatt hour, output requirement, to allow you to check the

Toughened glass behind stoves

By Eoin
Feb 9th, 2014

Stove Backing Materials I keep seeing pics of toughened glass being used behind stoves to protect walls. Frankly it scares me! The process used to toughen (“Temper”) glass is a heat treatment, and is reversed by re heating. Heres a comment from one glass manufacturers website “If tempered glass is exposed to higher temperatures, it AGES more quickly, which means

Wood burning stoves for sale

By Eoin
Jan 9th, 2014

Wood Burning Stoves for Sale  – some advice Wood burning stoves are flavour of the month, soaring energy prices, planet saving environmentalism, and high fashion driving an industry that is attracting carpetbaggers like fleas on a dog! Some internet suppliers have “Matured” of recent years, realising that they are dealing with dangerous equipment, worthy of care and expertise. As a

Stoves and New Building Regulations Scotland

By Eoin
Sep 20th, 2013

Stoves and Building Regulations Scotland Every year, unknown to most, building regs are reviewed and updated to keep them up to date with technical development, public concern, and legislative requirements. This year in the technical handbook a couple of changes will affect the stove  industry and what we present to prospective clients Carbon monoxide detector. From the 1st of October