Yeoman Exe stove
The Yoeman Exe stove is available with a small boiler suitable to heat domestic hot water -
the tapping points are on the back of the stove.
This Yeoman stove has 2 doors with glass panels in the doors -
You can get a mulkti fuel kit for this Yeoman model or have a wood burning model -
there is a choice of flat top or canopy
1 or 2 doors on the stove.
The decoration on the stove door might have optional Tudor Rose crosses.
Most Recent Review
Two months in and really scratching head about this one. Gut feeling is disappointment having grown up with a log burner and with many friends not having similar problems with their logburners... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: It sounds as if there is not enough air to allow combustion, is there an air brick in the room? Was a flue draw taken on installation, if not I would suggest this is undertaken to check that it meets the stoves requirements. You say the stove dies away unless using small logs, if there is little air then it is struggling to burn a small log and it will fail when anything larger is used. It is not a problem with the stove but likely to be an installation / flue issue causing the lack of performance.
Most Popular Review
I spent months looking at stoves of 5kw output, and I am sure I have made a very good choice.Went for the Yeoman Exe for several reasons.It has a very large firebox (the stove is 600mm wide).... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Customer really happy and is looking forward to a warm winter ahead.
More reviews for Yeoman Exe stove (page 1 of 2)
great stove bit more expensive than standard 5kw stove but well worth it. a lot wider than a standard stove so bigger logs means less chopping. 2 door is easier to load but single door has a... [ read more ]
I purchased a yeoman Exe; which is at the end of a long line of multiple varieties of woodstoves that I have used over the past 30 years. I am really not happy with it having given it some... [ read more ]
Our Exe is one of two stoves in this old cottage, the other is an imported Suffolk Lark. The Exe gives the greater heat output but mechanically more complicated - the ash tray retainer is awkward... [ read more ]
Had this installed back in August 2015 to replace our open fire. Once we had worked out how to make it work for us (light it early to let it heat up) and worked out the best air vent positions... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great review and refreshing to see that a customer has taken time to learn about how to get the best from the stove, not just expected everything to be perfect from day one.
Unfortunately I have been informed by a couple of local service engineers that it no longer meets current regulations so they are unable/unwilling to carry out any repair. Now looking at replacing... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: They still make the Exe but after 30 years a new version should be more efficient. What a great review for this old timer!
We have had our stove about 7 years. We have always found the air wash control difficult to move but it will not move now. The maintenance sheet suggests cleaning the inside of stove. This... [ read more ]
We spent a long time reviewing 5kw stoves that were 'big' looking, as we have a huge inglenook fireplace but a smallish room. This stove is perfect, large open window do you can see the Fire... [ read more ]
We bought an exe stove ( wood burner) with large front door eight years ago. It gives out fantastic heat you couldnt ask for better, however our wood burner has developed a crack on the inside... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Was the back protected by liners at all times, these are important to prevent direct heat onto the metal of the stove.
We spent a long time looking for a big stove with a 5kw output due to our big inglenook fireplace. This stove is amazing heat is great, easy to use glass stays clear as long as you are using... [ read more ]