Category Archives: Industry Insight

A Guide to Choosing the Best Fuels for Your Multi-Fuel Stove

Multifuel stoves have revolutionized the way we heat our homes, offering versatility and efficiency that suits various lifestyles and heating needs. However, the performance of your multifuel stove heavily depends on the type of fuel you use. In this article, we’ll explore the best types of fuels for your multifuel stove, helping you make informed […]

Family Businesses

You may or may not know this already, but North East Stoves is a family-run business. Together we keep our company running like clockwork, from management to installation. We love working together as a family, and we think it gives us a real advantage and understanding of each other that allows us to complete work […]

The Importance of Reviews When Choosing a Tradesperson.

When choosing a tradesperson to carry out work to your precious home, it’s important to do your research. Going with the first person to come up on Google isn’t always the best way to go, and it pays to take time to find the right person.  Reviews are a great place to look to find […]

How Stoves are Becoming More Environmentally Friendly

defra approved

This year has made it apparent how much our environment is suffering with the effects of global warming and climate change. We’ve started thinking more about the future and how we can make changes to protect it. Changes are happening everywhere, even in the stove industry. Here is a guide to environmentally conscious stoves. DEFRA […]

What is HETAS?

HETAS Registered

At N.E. Stoves, we are a HETAS registered supplier. But what is HETAS, and why is it so important that we are registered with them?  HETAS stands for Heating Equipment and Testing Approval Scheme. It is a national organisation that works to ensure consumer safety, and wider public interest in safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible […]

Wood burning stove ban – what are the new rules and what fuel can I burn?

PLANS to phase out the sale of house coal and wet wood in England have been confirmed by the government. Using cosy, wood burning stoves and coal fires in our homes now makes up the single largest contributor to our national emissions of particulate matter (PM). Are wood burning stoves being banned? No, the government […]