Multifuel Stoves FAQ

A multi-fuel stove is a type of heating appliance that can burn various fuels, including wood, coal, smokeless fuels, and peat. This versatility allows homeowners to choose the most suitable fuel based on availability and heating needs.

  1. How do multi-fuel stoves work?

Multi-fuel stoves operate similarly to woodburning stoves but are equipped with a grate system and air controls that facilitate the combustion of different fuels. The user can adjust the airflow to optimize burning efficiency, depending on the chosen fuel.

  1. Can I burn wood only in a multi-fuel stove?

Yes, multi-fuel stoves can burn wood exclusively if desired. They are designed to accommodate both wood and other solid fuels, offering homeowners the flexibility to switch between fuels as needed.

  1. Are multi-fuel stoves energy-efficient?

Yes, multi-fuel stoves are known for their energy efficiency. With proper operation and the right choice of fuel, these stoves can deliver excellent heat output while using minimal fuel, making them a cost-effective and eco-conscious heating solution.

  1. How often do I need to clean a multi-fuel stove?

Regular maintenance is essential for the optimal performance of your multi-fuel stove. It is recommended to clean the stove and its components, such as the ash pan and flue, regularly. We suggest consulting the manufacturer's guidelines for specific cleaning intervals.