Yeoman Devon stove
The Yeoman Devon stove is a traditional wood or multi fuel stove available with a flat top, low canopy or high canopy.
The Yeoman Devon stove has a 1 or 2 door option & you can have crosses on the glas of the 2 door model.
The Yeoman stoves have air wash & clean burn
you can get a flue damper for the Yeoman stoves.
Most Recent Review
We love the look of our fire but are having awful trouble with the draw of it even with vents at the front and one underneath. The fire just smoulders and then burns out, we can only get some... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Things to check, is there enough free air in the room to allow for combustion, if a well insulated property an air brick is likely to be required? Is the chimney lined? Have you another flue in the property that may have a stronger flue draw than the one this stove is installed in? What height is the flue? Being that the stove seems to work when the doors are open would seem to indicate that not enough air is getting into the stove when they are closed so check8ing the above is important. Also is it a Devon or Exe model as they are different. Do also check that the air controls are able to open when operated as I have known the internal parts being put on incorrectly so closed was intact open and vice versa.
Most Popular Review
I would recommend this with no hesitation whatsoever. Easy to light, emits a huge amount of heat and a bonus that it looks fabulous too. Will keep in overnight with coal and wood, although... [ read more ]
More reviews for Yeoman Devon stove
Not long after we bought this gas fire ( brand new) the paint started pealing off ! So it has always looked a mess since we bought it ! Gives off good heat - and up until today it was easy... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Shame about the paint issue when the stove seems to be so good otherwise, was this issue reported under warranty so that it could have been rectified? Perhaps a light respray of the affected areas would improve the overall appearance of the stove.
Yeoman used to produce some excellent stoves. Now I would not buy another. I have had Yeoman stoves for 40 years. My latest - the Devon - failed when the grate disintegrated. Odd as I only burn... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: You did not say how old this stove was so the replacement parts may be down to wear and tear and not quality alone as you suggest.
I have had the Yeoman single door now for 2 years, it would be ok if i could turn down the flame, even with all the vents shut it still roars like a furnace, which is ok of you are happy getting... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Installing a flue damper or stabilizer may help to get control on the burning rate. Test the seals by shutting a piece of paper between the body and the door. If it comes out easily when pulled then the doors needs adjusting or the door seals need replacing.
If you are considering buying this stove but think that paying less for a stove will mean inferior quality, think again. An excellent stove. Child's play to light & control and this huge amount... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: What a great review, full of praise. Well done Yeoman.
Straightforward wood burner [have never used multi-fuel grate] that delivers good heat and by careful use of flue damper can burn through the night. You have two air vents on the doors [a little... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: If you are getting fumes back into the room this should be investigated as this is dangerous. Try not to use the stove on a slow burn for long periods as this is not good for the flue system.
We have had the double sided stove for 8 years. Once you get the knack of how to light/control the fire, it is simple to use and to keep going overnight. Lights very quickly, sounds like a blow... [ read more ]