Hunter Herald 14 stove
- Height: 644mm
- Width: 730mm
- Depth: 508mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Multi fuel
- Efficiency: 78.6%
Most Recent Review
I was wondering if there is some way of linking in and oil fire system?I have a bad back and hip and am worried about constantly having to bring in coal and wood.I have read that it might be... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: There may be a way to link in oil and a wood / multifuel stove. A heating engineer should be able to advise you further.
Most Popular Review
I have had this stove for a couple of years now and it does what it says on the packet. I can get lots of fuel into it, keep it in overnight, and it heats the whole house as I have a backboiler... [ read more ]
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After spending a few miserable winters with another stove that was smaller and of inferior build I have been truly delighted with this stove. Being large the stove easily warms the living space... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Do not leave the stove shut down for prolonged periods they need to have short periods of fast burn to maintain a clear flue system. When shut down for prolonged periods deposit can form on the glass and can lead to permanent damage as the flue gases are not being removed effectively.
My herald 14 has worked well for past 9 years and is in excellent condition. My problem is that I need a few new "high grate bars" and have been told that my stove is too old and the bar has... [ read more ]
I had two Hunter Herald 14's in my house and because I never used one of them I moved it to my holiday home. The original works fine and I have had no problems with it. I have only started using the second one now that I have had it moved and installed by a professional installer. The problem with this stove is that you dampen it's burning. The two stoves seem to have different types of control at the top of the doors. On the "good" one you can slide a pan across and this reduces the draught. On the other there seems to be a damper type unit but this does not actually have a panel that actually slides across the openings at the top of the doors. Is there something missing or installed wrongly? Do I have two different eras of model? Your help would be appreciated Many thanks... [ read more ]
We had this installed in France and it runs 9 radiators. The radiators get red hot and the house is lovely and warm. It took a bit of trial and error to get it running right, initially the rads... [ read more ]
Looking for some help and info really if anyone can help we had this stove fitted approx 2 months ago, few teething problems where the hot water tank was faulty so I was just boiling the system... [ read more ]
When hot after 1 to 2 hours works well. Thermostat does not pump water until water jacket has got hot and then pumps cold water from rest of system in to a hot wrap around jacket is this good... [ read more ]
We purchased our Hunter Herald 14 5 years ago and it heats our hot water and does the central heating. There have been a few issues with it and Hunters after sales service has been poor. The... [ read more ]
we have just had the woodburner fitted everything is great apart from the radiators don't get hot just warm. any ideas please
Stove expert replied: Sounds like an installation issue as it may not have been balanced so I would suggest you go back to the installer. Check the fuel you are using is dry and seasoned with a moisture content of less than 20%.
I bought this a couple years ago but only had it fitted in my new house for 6 months.. I am very happy with the stove. I got the double door with the cross bars but I took them out of the... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Have you got the thermostat fitted? Air Controls Secondary Air Control (Open Right) Primary Air The thermostat at the rear of the stove controls the primary air. The door sliders should be kept closed or the thermostat will not be able to control the fire. Secondary Air Secondary air is controlled via the slider above the doors; it is this “Airwash” that keeps a clean and uninterrupted view of the fire.