Why choose a Clearview Stove?
Clearview Stove set the benchmark high in stove design and performance.
Each Clearview Stove offers a level of engineering that is unrivalled. Every facet has been carefully considered to ensure that it is fit for purpose, in terms of construction as well as practicality and durability. We go to great lengths to ensure that all our materials, from the steel, castings and glass, to the screws and fixings, are of highest quality.
It is this engineering that makes the stove special, but what really sets it apart is the design. Clearview Stoves were the first company every to develop the ‘hot air wash’ system, where combustion air is drawn around the body of the stove, in some models for several feet, ensuring that when it reaches the firebox this air is as hot as the fire itself. The super hot air-wash generates not only a ‘clear view’ of the fire but very efficient combustion. This run of air through the stove is unique to us and is one of the several design features that are protected by numerous international patents.
The result is a stove that is straightforward to use, easy to light, trouble free and simple to maintain. These day to day practicalities are important when choosing a stove that is a purchase you will be using for living with for many years to come. Genuine spare parts will always be available from our showrooms for all models and ages of stoves.
Our stoves will comfortably run at maximum temperature even on poorer wood, ensuring a constant heat output to your room and house. It is not unusual for a single stove to provide most of the heating for an average size home.
MADE IN BRITAIN
Considerable effort goes into sourcing materials and component parts from Britain. British designed and built a Clearview Stove is that rare thing, a product that truly lives up to is name and reputation. We believe there is no stove offering both the impressive performance and build quality that comes with every Clearview model.
So perhaps the question is not ‘why choose a Clearview’, but rather not?