Charnwood C 5 stove
The Charnwood C series is a development of the Country range -
making for a more contemporary and simpler design.
You can have an optional store stand or rear flue adapter on this model.
Most Recent Review
I was used to a monster of a stove in my last house and initially found the Charnwood C5 difficult to get going. However with a little practice it is now very easy. The door needs to be cracked... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
Intalled this stove in Dec and what a great stove it is, looks good with large firebox, easy to control and airwash really works. Excellent single air inlet control and wooden door handle means... [ read more ]
More reviews for Charnwood C 5 stove
We bought the Charnwood c5 in November and have been burning wood and the correct type of coal but it is very messy - every time you open the door a load of ash spills onto the hearth. Are we... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: It may pay you to try a different type of fuel as some produce far more ash than others. Once you have put the fuel into the stove, move it towards the back so that the ash produced is kept away from the door. Once you have riddles to stove leave the ash to settle before enptying the ashpan and this will minimze ash particles in the room when you open the door.
...The upright plate that restrains the fuel falls backwards into the fire making it difficult to refuel the stove. What am I doing wrong?
Stove expert replied: Is it located into the holding brackets?
We have had a C5 now for a month, it burns realy well, but burns away too quickly, cant keep it in all night. Done the paper test in the door and the rope looks fine, it seems to me that I cant... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: This stove is Defra Approved to meet current smoke controlled area requirements. Therefore the air control will always allow air to bleed through the stove and can't be closed off completely hence you are not able to get overnight burn. Do you notice a change in the rate of burn when you operate the air control, if it does not alter the rate of burn you may also have an over drawing flue that is sucking the air and heat out of the stove too quickly. This may need a check from the installer and if the draw is excessive a damper or stabilizer can help to solve this.
Must admit disappointed so far with the performance, I struggle to get the stove really roaring,even with combination of door slightly open/control knob full out.Cannot understand why, it replaced... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Has the chimney been lined? Is there enough free air in the room? Different models allow varying amounts of air through the vents, insuring enough free air in the room is very important.
We have been using our stove daily for 2 weeks now and I love it! We have a large fireplace to fill which is why we chose this stove and also bought the log store to help fill the space. The... [ read more ]
Stove was installed in middle of February 2013 and we are absolutely delighted with it. Easy to use, looks great and generates enough heat for three radiators to be turned off completely. [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great review.
We bought this Dec 2012 and it is so easy to operate and belts out heat so much so we turn the central heating off.
Stove expert replied: Sounds great value for money, nice comments!
Hi bought the Charwood c5 in november 2012.excellent little fire, heats the room fast. burns both wood and coal which is great.easy to operate. slightly smokey on the glass. only problem so... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The smokey appearance on the glass may indicate the fleu draw is excessive and could be why you are using so much fuel. Check the door seal is doing its job by shutting a piece of paper between the body of the stove and the door, if you can pull it out then the door needs adjusting. If this is not the cause I would get the installer back as you may need to add some control onto the flue system so that full conbtrol of the stove is resumed. This will allow the heat generated to radiate into the room rather than being sucked up the flue and you will use less fuel.