Charnwood C-Five

The C-Five has a similar output to the C-Four but it is built with landscape proportions to take a slightly longer log length; 300mm (12”). The stove is fire brick lined and in certain situations, can be installed without the need for external air due to its rated output of 5kW. This stove meets the DEFRA requirements for smoke control exemption; allowing wood to be burnt in smoke control areas.

Material
Plate steel, cast iron, fire bricks, ceramic glass
Features

SIA Eco Design Ready model available

Cleanburn airwash technology

Drop down throat plate enabling the chimney to be swept through the stove

DEFRA exempt for burning wood in smoke control areas

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Suzan Wright
From design to installation Darren and Mark were very friendly, professional and enthusiastic about our fireplace projects Darren was extremely helpful with the initial designs and we are delighted with our two new stoves. We were hoping to have different styles of fireplace and stove in each room and they have certainly delivered on this! We are very happy with the results and would certainly recommend them.
Suzan Wright – Wetherby
Andrew Peel

“The Harrogate Stove Company have been amazing. They spent time going through our options (after other places said it couldn’t be done!) and guide us through the whole process. We now have an amazing log burner. I’d have no hesitation in recommending Darren and Mark to anyone. Simply brilliant!!”

Andrew Peel – Harrogate

Lucy-Ann Kirkham, Harrogate

“We are delighted with our beautiful new stove by The Harrogate Stove Company. The whole job was seamless from start to finish. Recommendations were spot on, the fire looks amazing and the execution faultless.”

Lucy-Ann Kirkham, Harrogate

Richard Giles

“Very professional and personal experience, they fitted two stoves in two days. We are very happy with the result and the process was as smooth and efficient as possible. Harrogate Stoves were flexible and friendly, very happy to recommend them, and already have.”

Richard Giles – Bishop Monkton