Burley Brampton 9108 stove
This is part of the Surefire range of Burley stoves -
with a 8 kw output it is quite a high output stove for smokeless areas.
Most Recent Review
So very disappointed for this so called most efficient stove, it''s been in a year installed and already the baffle has burnt through. It is difficult to start, despite a great draw and PERFECT... [ read more ]
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I am a life long chimney sweep second generation Hetas Nacs reg for the last 13 years, I love stoves and have a builders opening with a telescopic flue pipe. I buy and sell stoves its easy for... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Good feedback from an independent installer.
More reviews for Burley Brampton 9108 stove (page 1 of 4)
I bought this stove last winter after going through some good reviews.My issues: back brick cracked, baffle / mesh filter disintegrated, flames inside the stove always go to the top left corner... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Disappointing review. Manufacturers do not cover consumable items in their warranty and liners can easily crack for several reasons but providing they stay in place and protect the metal of the stove can be used. Was a flue draw test undertaken to ascertain that this is correct for this stove? Have you a stove thermometer which indicates the correct operating temperature? Were the air controls on the stove responsive? Burley has supplied paint you say to cover fading paintwork, and once the paint is cured may be required to keep the stove looking in pristine condition. Operating and routine maintenance are also of great importance to the longevity of any stove and flue system.
Have had the Brampton for about 5 years.I think it is very well made and design is excellent.I have a long flue and the draw is good.The glass is still crystal clear and I find it easy to maintain... [ read more ]
It does not polish out. This was only a couple inches diameter and now we clean the glass before EVERY use. The other day my wife did get it too hot and now its fogged up nearly half the screen... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The review gives a great deal of information which is informative. The flue draw appears to be an issue with regard to finding lighting a problem and smoke coming back into the room, this may be a case for the need of an airbrick in the room or the flue length not being adequate to get a good draw. Were both of these checked prior to installation? Some flues require a fan to assist in these circumstances. High temperature Silicone Spray for metal parts are available and should not require daily usage and may be worth investing in. Glass can be affected by long periods of slumbering, where the gases stay in the firebox too long and this will become evident with a spiders web effect, that creeps over the glass, short periods of fast burn (15 - 20 min max) should be undertaken during burning periods to prevent this. Likewise if you over fire the stove a cloudy appearance is evident that will not clean off as the glass surface has been damaged. The integrity remains though so there is no need to change the glass it just means you are not able to enjoy the full flame picture unobstructed.
After years of electric heating(storage) we bought this stove. Had to remove double doors to dining room to dissipate heat. Easy to clean, little residue. Need to replace glass as corner broke... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The spares suppliers will be able to assist you with the glass replacement, good review for this model.
Our initial few months of the stove where great. It chucked out a lot of heat. However in the long term there are issues. The glass is cloudy (etched). I burn wood that has been under cover... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The problems experienced sounds as if the stove has been over-drawn and the cloudy glass is indicative of this, the last sentence would also lead me to say the problems with parts failing prematurely are also signs that the stove is getting too hot for prolonged periods: "Can be hard to to control on windy days as even fully shut down it wants to draw." A stove is designed to work at an optimum temperature (I would suggest a stove thermostat is invested in) but if exposed to higher temperatures for prolonged periods then failure of parts is inevitable.
Have the stove about 3 months. Extremely efficient - more heat from same amount of fuel than other stoves. Easy to light, by simply making sure the kindling is at the same level as the air... [ read more ]
i have recently purchased a burley and installed by registered fitter. what a mistake! impossible to light, very smoky, glass opaque within a few months. poor quality fittings.
I did notice after purchase that there were no air inlet holes in the back left pillar. On enquiries with the manufacturer, I discovered that they have removed them in that location to try... [ read more ]
We are singularly unimpressed with this stove. It is only 2 years old and the insulation panels have cracked,the top metal plate has buckled and the mesh burnt away. The stove has never been... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Internal parts are classed as consumable but it is a shame that these have not lasted very well. The liners do crack sometimes but providing they stay in place, to protect the stove metal, they can continue to be used. The baffle plate buckling does raise concerns that the stove may be working harder than it should be and this needs to be carefully monitored.