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Are you looking for premium and superior-quality wood-burning stoves in Northampton? If you are, we have exactly what you need!


At Home Farm Stoves Ltd, we offer a fantastic range of wood-burning stoves guaranteed to add that "wow" factor to your home. Made from top-quality materials and manufactured by some of the most trusted names in the industry, our product offerings are as reliable and energy-efficient as they are beautiful and environmentally friendly. 

If you want to do away with your typical stove and replace it with one that would significantly enhance the interior of your home, we at


Home Farm Stoves Ltd are happy to lend you our expertise and offer you the advice you need. We are passionate about helping our customers find the wood-burning stove that meets both their practical needs and aesthetic preferences.



When shopping for wood-burning stoves, you might be tempted to go for the first one that catches your eye. However, wood-burning stoves can be diverse, and their capabilities can go beyond their outward appearance. What's more, one stove can be quite different from the other. 
If you want one that would tick all the boxes, you must consider several factors to ensure you'll get maximum satisfaction and, more importantly, excellent value for your money. 
There are three major types of wood-burning stoves: convection, radiant stoves, and multi-fuel stoves.

Convection Stoves

Widely touted as the new generation of wood-burning stoves, convection stoves feature either an outer wall or built-in air channels that allow them to distribute heated air evenly around a room. These stoves work by drawing in cold air between the firebox walls and the outer wall and heating it before releasing it into the room. 
One of the most significant advantages of convection stoves is that the heat they produce can spread to the other parts of your home, providing warmth to several rooms simultaneously. Also, their sides don't get so hot, making them suitable for open-plan spaces.

Radiant Stoves

Radiant stoves resemble open fires in the way they work. They emit heat through the glass and stove body, providing everyone with the perfect spot to huddle together and cosy up. Since their sides can get hot quickly, installing them within a chimney breast or inglenook is much safer. It is also advisable to use soapstone, which gradually absorbs, stores, and radiates heat to clad the stove's top and sides.

Multi-Fuel Stoves

As the name implies, multi-fuel stoves are designed to burn multiple types of fuels. Typically, a grate is added to the stove on which you can place the fuel you want to use. Solid fuel, including anthracite and smokeless fuel, burns better when there is air circulating underneath. If you're going to use wood, you can simply remove the grate since wood burns well on a bed of ash. 
If this is your first foray into the world of wood-burning stoves, our team will be more than happy to help you discuss each type in detail to help you choose the most suitable one for your property.

Stove Style

You might be happy to know that wood-burning stoves also come in different styles. So no matter what the design of your home's interior is, you are sure to find the stove that can further enhance the beauty of your property.


A staple of mountain log cabins, traditional wood-burning stoves feature a classic and timeless look. These stoves would make a perfect addition to your home regardless of its interior design and would certainly make any room look more inviting.


A complete opposite of their traditional counterparts, contemporary wood-burning stoves often feature a sleeker and more minimalist design. This particular quality makes them a great focal point of any modern space with an open floor plan.
Some contemporary stoves retain the size and shape of their traditional cousins but add a modern twist to their overall design. Others, meanwhile, are a complete re-imagining of classic wood-burning stoves.


If you want a stove that looks unique, you might want to consider inset wood-burning stoves. These stoves are installed into the wall. Some are entirely set back into the wall, while others are designed in a way that their doors stick out a bit. 
A great option is to get dual-sided inset stoves for your home. This way, you can create a unique feature for two rooms at the same time.

Where to Buy

For more than 15 years, we at Home Farm Stoves Ltd have built a reputation for being an excellent source of premium wood-burning stoves and range cookers in Northampton and beyond. If you're looking to buy one for your home, we encourage you to visit our showroom so our highly experienced staff can show you around and provide you with expert advice.


The cost of installing a wood-burning stove in Northampton could be anywhere from £600 to over £1,000.  For instance, a straightforward liner costs around £600, while open up jobs and the installation of false chimney breasts could cost between £1500 and £1750. Of course, certain factors can affect the final installation cost, including how complex the work would be and if there's already an existing fireplace opening and chimney. 

We would love to answer any questions you may have about buying and installing wood-burning stoves in Northamptonshire. As such, we encourage you to visit us or contact us directly so we can offer you the information you require.


A wood-burning stove certainly makes an excellent addition to your home. The stove's outstanding energy efficiency, environment-friendliness, and heat generation capabilities make it a worthwhile investment. If you're in the market for premium-quality wood-burning stoves, we at Home Farm Stoves would gladly lend you our expertise. With us, you can enjoy a stove that would give you maximum satisfaction and countless benefits for years to come. 

If you have questions or enquiries about our products, please do not hesitate to contact us. You may call us at the phone number below, or you can fill out the form on this page to send us a message.

We are proud to be approved dealers for some of the premier wood burning stove brands available in the UK. For more information on them logos will take you through to their websites

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