Multi-fuel stoves are used to burn different types of fuel such as coal, oil, wood or peat. The multi-fuel stoves usually have beautiful panels and clear window glass, so that you can a complete view of the burning fuel. These stoves are available in a variety of styles, sizes and shapes.
The multi-fuel stove of today is created with concerns over the ecological aspect. Modern stoves help to minimize the air pollution and de-forestation. The modern contemporary multi-fuels have replaced the traditional wood burning stove. The highly advanced multi-fuel stoves of today contain flue pipes built to emit the exhaust gases and enabling the warmth to be spread all over the room.
The prices of gas and electricity have risen drastically since 1990 and is causing a financial headache to the population of the UK. The multi-fuel stove is a relief to most homeowners as this appliance can run on any kind of fuel You can use the stove for heating as well as for water heating if purchasing a boiler stove. They are also available in small sizes which make it highly convenient.