Expertly crafted to be traditional in appearance yet modern in flexibility and convenience, our stoves offer home owners the best of all worlds. Whether you choose a traditional or contemporary option, they are clean burning, highly efficient and available in sizes and styles to suit most rooms and living spaces.
Gibson & Goold offers a variety of high quality fireplaces and stoves from leading manufacturers, with full installation and maintenance services.
We offer a very diverse range of skills and services to our ever expanding client base including; customer service staff, fireplace builders, plumbers, heating and gas engineers, renewable energy experts, bathroom designers and installers, tilers, electricians and roof slaters.
‘Hover’ over the images to see the ‘before’ state
In a multi fuel stove coal needs air to reach it from below through a grate. Most multi-fuel stoves therefore have a riddling plate that allows you to remove any ash that’s built up, letting more air through from underneath.
If you are planning on only burning wood, getting a dedicated log burner is advisable. However, if you think you may not have regular access to wood and so would like the option to burn coal occasionally, then a multi-fuel stove is a good option.
In a wood-burning stove the wood burns best when sitting on a bed of ash (also called a firebox, which is where the fuel burns), with air circulating from the top. Quite often a dedicated wood-burning stove has no grate or ashpan and the logs burn on the base of the firebox.
A insert-in or cassette stove is a modern alternative to the traditional free-standing style stove, they are available as both multi-fuel and wood-burning options. The cassette or insert stoves are able to be hearth mounted to fit into a traditional style fireplaces or mounted further up the wall. Alternatively a built-in stove is designed to be wall mounted and quite often are wood-burning only to give a sleek contemporary look.
If you live in a smoke controlled area, you will need a Defra-exempt stove in order to burn wood or to only burn smokeless fuel on a multi-fuel stove. There are a huge range of stoves which are Defra approved in both traditional and contemporary styles as well as built-in and cassette stoves.
Boiler stoves are specifically designed to supply your domestic hot water and central heating requirements or augment your existing heating system via ‘link up’ technology. You will enjoy all the atmosphere of a real fire plus exceptional heating performance.