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Scandia Exuro 5 Stove £118.50 @ Homebase (Cheap wood burning stove)
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Scandia Exuro 5 Stove £118.50 @ Homebase (Cheap wood burning stove)

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Posted 13th Jul

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Homebase are selling of their wood burners
picked the basic 5kw model up for £118 down from £400
i was told they are selling off their ex Bunnings stock
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cant find any of any of the stoves anywhere near me!
Thanks, got the last one near me in Telford
Cheers ........ got 7Kw one for £195 great for workshop. Ardeo VII £195 FROM £650 ExuroVII £165 FROM £550
All Scandia accessories on offer eg: eco fan £12.00 Scandia Dry Glass Eraser a steal at £1.50 ..... HETAS and DEFRA approved
Edited by: "chomPer" 13th Jul
You may wish to get some install quotes before you buy. One slate base, hole drilled through wall,ducting to roof yours for £3500.
Luckily for me a have a mate who’s in the trade
Edited by: "Lewie" 13th Jul
Nowhere near me. Cheers for posting though.
Anyone know what these stoves are like - any good?
Cheers Lewie....got myself an Ardeo 7 for £195. Was marked up at £650 ! My bargain of the year so far !
Are they heavy to transport
I managed to pick up the one I bought and put it in the car alone - you’d need 2 for the 7kw ones I’d guess - or take some spinach
the come banded to a small pallett
Anything over 5kw will need ventilation, ie knocking a ruddy great big hole in your wall, mmm toasty!!.. brhhh
Remember that unless you are buying this particular (or another) DEFRA Approved Smoke Exempt (SE) stove, or installing one in an area outside of a Smokeless Zone (check with your local council), it will be an offence to burn anything that creates smoke through a chimney.

I believe this one is only allowed to burn dried, seasoned wood to be compliant. That way, if a Local Authority Officer comes knocking you can prove you're using an exempt appliance with the relevant fuel.
Edited by: "GothBoy" 13th Jul
GothBoy13/07/2019 21:30

Remember that unless you are buying this particular (or another) DEFRA …Remember that unless you are buying this particular (or another) DEFRA Approved Smoke Exempt (SE) stove, or installing one in an area outside of a Smokeless Zone (check with your local council), it will be an offence to burn anything that creates smoke through a chimney. I believe this one is only allowed to burn dried, seasoned wood to be compliant. That way, if a Local Authority Officer comes knocking you can prove you're using an exempt appliance with the relevant fuel.


Or you don't intend on using it indoors. Madness that there is no restrictions for outdoor use.
Much nicer to use than a fire pit where you have to keep moving your chair to avoid the smoke.

Also good for if you have an off grid hot tub. Make a coil with with 8mm copper microbore pipe round the chimney.
Then all you need is a 12v washer fluid pump, a car battery (optional 12v solar panel to help charge car battery).

If you want to leave it in the field all summer just build a pig arc to put over it an nobody will notice it's there (you will need to lay the stove on its side for storage)

The only annoying thing is the many trips filling water barrels to fill the hot tub at the start of the summer(Or Easter holidays if you are a bit more hardcore!). It's handy if you have a farmer near that has a 1000l IBC water cube that he can bring to the field with the tractor.



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Lewie13/07/2019 21:21

I managed to pick up the one I bought and put it in the car alone - you’d n …I managed to pick up the one I bought and put it in the car alone - you’d need 2 for the 7kw ones I’d guess - or take some spinach the come banded to a small pallett


Agreed.

I broke my ribs last week so asked if anyone could load it into the car for me .. the two lads from Homebase struggled with it big time!
Managed to find one and great price, but does anyone know if these are any good?
Don't trust the stock, Milton Keynes shows none but they have 2 x 5kw available
twotone195413/07/2019 17:49

You may wish to get some install quotes before you buy. One slate base, …You may wish to get some install quotes before you buy. One slate base, hole drilled through wall,ducting to roof yours for £3500.


This - it was by far the biggest renovation cost when my friends did their house up. Took up about half their budget.
Magurdrac14/07/2019 21:29

This - it was by far the biggest renovation cost when my friends did their …This - it was by far the biggest renovation cost when my friends did their house up. Took up about half their budget.


What were they renovating.....a dolls house ?
Showing not available in Rotherham, but there were 4 reduced models on display. They've ordered me one in. If you're interested in one, it's definitely worth popping in and asking.
twotone195413/07/2019 17:49

You may wish to get some install quotes before you buy. One slate base, …You may wish to get some install quotes before you buy. One slate base, hole drilled through wall,ducting to roof yours for £3500.


Not quite true. Standard install in a detached single storey house is around £800, flue around £500. Base depends on flooring - however you can make a slate base yourself from slate tiles for under £50 or for a more rustic look use concrete slabs.
Peter_Oz30/07/2019 17:12

Not quite true. Standard install in a detached single storey house is …Not quite true. Standard install in a detached single storey house is around £800, flue around £500. Base depends on flooring - however you can make a slate base yourself from slate tiles for under £50 or for a more rustic look use concrete slabs.


Well in my case absolutely true. If I could get a quote near to what you are claiming I would go for it. All the installers in my area (Suffolk coast) quoted roughly the same ballpark price.
Just had mine installed in Bucks - £2100
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that looks nice
Lewie27/09/2019 07:02

that looks nice


Yeah, the Stove fitter's done a good job.
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