Tested to meet the most exacting standards of functionality and quality
Nothing beats the beauty and flame picture of a wood-burning or multi-fuel stove on a cold winter’s evening. The DEFRA-exempt stoves we offer at Enviro-Flame are all tested to meet the most exacting standards of functionality and quality.
We also have options that are compliant with the new ECO2022 regulations, which outline an eco-design that all stoves manufactured in or after 2022 must follow to guarantee low emissions and greater efficiency.
Simply put, a DEFRA-approved stove has been tested and manufactured to meet the UK government’s emission criteria. This ensures that the stove is fully compliant with the Clean Air Act, also giving you the freedom to burn wood within smoke control areas. These appliances work by making sure there is enough combustible airflow at all times, maximising the efficiency of the stove to ensure that minimal smoke is produced.
With an extensive range available and installed by HETAS-qualified engineers, our guarantee of quality and outstanding customer service are second to none. From modern stoves to traditional boiler stoves, you’re sure to find something that suits your decor.
This depends entirely on the make and model of your stove. If the DEFRA-approved stove is a multi-fuel appliance, then it will be capable of burning multiple different fuel types, as outlined in the manufacturer’s instructions. You still need to make sure that you are burning approved fuels under the Clean Air Act, especially if you’re in a smoke control area.
A DEFRA-approved stove is specifically designed to ensure continuous air flow to the fuel. This prevents excess smoke from being produced, making this appliance a cleaner option.
To discover if you live in a smoke control area, then take a look at the smoke control area interactive map, found on UK Air’s website.