Wood Burning Stoves in Weymouth and the Surrounding Areas | Find Out More From Our Dorchester-Based Fireplace Showroom

We’re frequently asked about the differences between dual-fuel and wood burning stoves. Each comes with many advantages – which we’re happy to discuss with visitors to our fireplace showroom – and it really is down to personal choice as to which one you might prefer. We stock a selection of both here in Dorchester, with plenty more available via our gallery and product brochures. If you’re based in Weymouth or any surrounding areas we cover, why not contact us at Wyvern Fireplaces to learn more?

Duel-Fuel Stoves

As the name suggests, these multi-fuel stoves are more versatile as homeowners can choose from a selection of materials to burn rather than standard timbers. In addition to the logs and wood briquettes suitable for traditional solid fuel stoves, you can use smokeless fuel, timber, and wood pellets. Bear in mind, however, that you must install a suitable basket for the pellets at your property in or around Weymouth.


Wood Burning Stoves

Wyvern Fireplaces supplies several top brands from UK and Scandinavian manufacturers at our fireplace showroom, each suitable for modern and traditional properties. 
a wood burning stove in a living room
Not only are these designs versatile and aesthetically stylish, but they are also available in various styles. For example, the Stovax Riva range inserts directly into a chimney breast or custom-made surround, providing a smooth, flush finish perfect for smaller rooms. If you’re looking for minimalist wood burning stoves and cassettes, you can’t go wrong with Stovax Stoves. 
Our wood and multi-fuel stoves come with bespoke guarantees, which our team can explain in more detail when you drop into our fireplace showroom. Based in Dorchester, we’re ideally located for potential customers from Weymouth and the surrounding areas.

Maintaining Your Wood-Burning Stoves

We recommend you keep a regular cleaning routine in order to get the best from your new stove. Obviously, more maintenance will be required during the winter months as it will be used more often. Make sure you only burn dry timbers that haven’t been varnished or painted and don’t use the fire as another way to dispose of household waste. Any ashes that have been removed should be kept outside, as they may be still hot and noxious. 
We also don’t recommend you use a damp cloth to clean the stove’s exterior as it may cause a buildup of rust over time. A dry cloth is best, as is the vacuum cleaner’s many attachments, but always remember to check for hot ashes first. 
If you’re based in Weymouth or the surrounding areas, call us on 01305 268981 for more information about our wood burning stoves.