Which wood/dual fuel burning stove would you go for out of these two?

(26 Posts)
Lioninthesun Tue 10-Dec-13 15:36:24

This is the one I originally wanted:www.harridgestoves.co.uk/prod/108/morso-owl-cleanheat-3410-multifuel-stoves
And this is the one the builder is recommending to save us £550
chesneys.co.uk/products/stoves/wood-burning-stoves/the-salisbury-5kw
I liked the owls on the side of the Morso, as well as the space underneath. It also seems slightly more efficient and has more power. However I prefer the handle and slightly bigger window of the Chesney...
Any suggestions/opinions from the wise MN'ers out there?
TIA

Gatekeeper Sun 15-Dec-13 15:10:40

I don't think so MM..had a look at their website and haven't spotted any
Lioninthesun always presume that you will never have enough wood for a year or two- it's goes a lot quicker than you think. Always be on the hunt for more- it's better to be looking at wood than looking for wood.

We have a tame tree surgeon who drops off on the drive when he is in the area. I alos have a finely tuned ear for a chainsaw and have no shame in locating the source and asking for the wood!

Also I would get any pallet you can scrounge. The thin bits make brilliant kindling and the chunks great for steady burning.

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