Stratford TF 50 stove
The Stratford TF 50 stove is a boiler model with a built in boiler of 45000btu -
as these Stratford stoves send most of the heat to the boiler & central heating system -
some people put a radiator in the same room as the stove - to assume enough heat in the middle of winter.
It can be advisable to provide good air flow to the stove in the summer time if you do not use the stove -
to avoid rusting.
This stove has now been replaced with the Aarrow Ecoburn 20
You do this by suplying extra air ventilation by leaving the door open or
lowering the baffle plate.
Most Recent Review
A well finished stove with clean lines and a lack of dust catching ledges. Performs well and lights easily.The glitch? Shame that Stratford missed the fact that the front glass had been installed... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Very unusual for a stove to be sent out without the gasket, glad that this has been remedied with noticeable fuel efficiency.
Most Popular Review
Good stove. I have found the best fuel to use is Anthracite Stovesse although getting hold of it now is difficult. The stove is good on wood but needs to burn flat out to get the best from the... [ read more ]
More reviews for Stratford TF 50 stove
Sorry to say this but I have to put up with this stove for a while longer until I can afford to replace it.From the start I have had problems with the stove firstly the (ally) door trim immediately... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The trim on these stves is there to hold the glass clips in place. If it shrinks then the stove may have been over-fired at some point. They are in my usual experience a good boiler stove but of course this appears to be an unfortunate experience. Would suggest getting a new trim otherwise the glass gasket can fail which would lead to further complications.
I have reviewed this stove before and am still using the same stove. I had a problem with not being able to slumber the fuel when i changed from anthracite to briteheat. I had also burned 2... [ read more ]
I live in a long thin old stone farmhouse with lots of small rooms. I had this stove installed in the summer and am now using it all day, every day, though I have not yet tried to keep it... [ read more ]
We installed this in November 08. We live in a 2 bed semi cottage with 8 rads. We have linked the burner to our oil central heating allowing us to run 1 or the other. In 07 we used about 1300... [ read more ]
Good stove. Only problem has been with the airflow dial which broke and needed to be replaced. The parts are not cheap! Otherwise a very satisfactory item.