An Electric Stove for All Seasons

An Electric Stove for All Seasons

Electric stoves are suitable for a wide variety of living spaces; all that is required is a power socket and there is no need to install a chimney opening or flue system, nor is there any requirement for building work.

All this makes an electric fuel source the quick and straight forward way of introducing a stove into your home. Furthermore, due to the simple installation, an electric stove may be moved should you wish to utilise it elsewhere for part of the year – for example, you may need a little extra warmth in the conservatory for cool summer evenings but migrate back to your sitting room during the winter months.

Dovre's 425 electric stove has a highly realistic flame effect.

The evolution of the electric stove is one that reflects not only our requirement for warmth but also comfort from our heating appliances. The beauty of choosing an electric stove is that it gives the option of a flame effect without heat output for those warmer days and evenings.

The Dovre range includes two modern traditional electric stoves: the 280 and 425. Both these stoves offer up to 2kW of heat and this is distributed into the room via a discreetly located fan heater. The hand painted log effect fuel bed provides a highly realistic base for the three brightness levels created by Dovre’s unique Veriflame™ technology. Both stoves have an efficiency rating of up to 99% so you can be sure you are making effective use of your electricity. Constructed with cast iron, the 280 and 425 have the same high quality, and attractive exterior design as the solid fuel stoves in the Dovre range; each also comes with a choice of four colour finishes and a remote control handset.

Dovre's electric stoves come in a choice of colour finishes.

For further advice about electric stoves, visit your local Dovre retailer for expert advice. You can find your nearest showroom by using our quick and easy postcode search on the Dovre website.

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Posted by Dan on January 31, 2014