Coalbrookdale Severn stove
The Coalbrookdale Severn stove is a traditional stove.
Available in matt black finish it has a flat top and 2 doors.
The doors have decorative patterns and the stove is therefore easy to recognise.
- Fuel: Multifuel
Most Recent Review
I inherited this stove when we moved, twenty two years ago, it may now be about twenty five years old. It now acts as a room heater as the central heating has been disconnected. It heats our... [read more]
Most Popular Review
No longer made this'll be a one to score on Ebay. I swapped out a Stovax Regency (see my Stovax reveiw)for this boiler model. I have this running back to back with a Dowling Sumo 40Kw (see that... [read more]
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We bought our Severn boiler stove 'as new' but second-hand over twenty years ago and it has been a faithful servant all that time, Heating 7 radiators and loads of hot water using mainly anthracite... [read more]
Stove expert replied: www.stovespares.co.uk - may be able to assist you with a replacement boiler. Manufacturers normally have replacement parts for several years after a stove has been discontinued so it is quite possible that one will still be available.
In the period, we have replace glass (logs too big for the fire.. my fault) and about 8 bars in the grate. This week I have tried to replace the bottom support bracket under the grate. This... [read more]
This is the second Severn I have owned now in 15 years. At a cost of Â£600 for the first one it was a lovely centre-piece for the room. After approx ten years it developed a leak at the back... [read more]
Stove expert replied: As this is the second stove to leak in 15years I would advise having a thorough investigation into the installation and operating process of this unit as there may be something that is causing these premature leaks. (using wet fuel, no low limit stats, a direct cylinder, spring water, no short periods of fast burn or other causes that are attributing to this). Understandably disappointing.
Bought a few years ago from Ebayworld when half way through a chapel renovation as a stop gap solution with the intention of going mad when finished and buying a new expensive one, BUT that... [read more]
I have two Coalbrookdale Severns one with a rear boiler and one without a boiler. I just love them both! I service them in the summer so that they will look after you in the winter, its not... [read more]
Stove expert replied: If a stove is looked after it should be a good investment and bring a good return for the initial outlay.
Installed the Severn Boiler model around 25 years ago, probably the best thing we ever did during a long renovation of a cold solid granite house. As we lived on site the Severn became a life... [read more]
We live in Aberdeenshire about half a mile from the coast and are fairly exposed, when we bought the traditional granite farmhouse the Severn was installed in the kitchen (it used to run the... [read more]
Stove expert replied: If this stove has an intergral boiler then it should no longer be used as recommended by the Health and Safety Executive unless it is filled and joined to the water system. The installation sounds suspect and as you have already had headaches etc I would recommend that it be re-installed by a professional before the next season. Do not take any chances when using stoves, they can prove lethal if not installed correctly.
We have had a Coalbrookdale Stove happily burning for over 18 years at this stage (started 1992). If I could sum it up in one line, this stove is a mean machine! It is the pride and joy of our... [read more]
Stove expert replied: What a great review, and really focussed on the stove itself too. A load unit would probably help to reduce tarring of the window as it will maintain a good firebox temp. A draught stabiliser would help to reduce extreme draw on these really windy days.
Bought one of these as looking to heat a semi-detatched 3 bedroomed ex council house. After working out what heat output was required we opted for the Severn, I can honestly say that it was... [read more]