Coalbrookdale Severn stove
The Coalbrookdale Severn stove is a traditional stove.
Available in matt black finish it has a flat top and 2 doors.
The doors have decorative patterns and the stove is therefore easy to recognise.
- Fuel: Multifuel
Most Recent Review
Hi Again , Noticed a lot of comments about the glass on this stove browning/tarring up . I have only been using my stove for a couple of weeks but the glass remains clear all the time it your... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Good feedback on using the stove with a thermometer to make sure it is operating within the correct parameters.
Most Popular Review
I use this stove as a wood stove. Having recently replaced the very worn gasket I find I cannot generate good hot heat any longer. I close the 2 vents at the bottom of the stove as always, and... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: If the stove is working hard and not generating heat it may that the flue is over-drawing and sucking the heat out of the stove before it can circultae into the room. The gasket that ylou replaced was this from round the door or the glass? If the control on the stove doesn't alter when you operate the vents then you may want to look at adding a flue damper or stabilzer to the flue system. Seek expert advice.
More reviews for Coalbrookdale Severn stove (page 1 of 3)
Hi , I have a large conservatory that goes into a open plan dining room, and kitchen. We had a Esse Dragon mk2 stove which was ornate and beautiful, but even fully stoked it was struggling to... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: As the replacement stove has twice the output of the Esse you should notice a marked improvement in the heat being generated, the area that you are heating is large and therefore the Esse may not have been the correct size product for the space. Glad to hear the replacement is working well and producing the desired space heating. Enjoy.
Bought one of these online but found it was the boiler model when I went to pick it up. I closed off the automatic thermostat aperture and made two sliding manual vents in the bottom of the doors-a relatively easy job and lined the firebox with 30mm vermiculite board. We burn logs and coal and it's an absolutely brilliant efficient economical stove.... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Boiler stoves should not be used without them being fully connected to a water system according to the Health and Safety Executive guidelines produced a few years ago.
I have owned this stove from new and it has been very good , a couple of weeks ago I came home from work to find a wet carpet on examination I found the boiler has rotted through from the fire... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: If a replacement boiler is not available through Aga you may be able to get one fabricated using the existing one as a template. Add in boilers can be made from steel or stainless steel which is not uncommon. You did nto say how old the stove is but they generally last many years.
Hi, I just bought a house and this stove is installed in boiler version. I haven't tried it, but I have seen that the pipes are disconnected therefore this stove cannot be used unless the pipes... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Gravity systems only work if the pipework rises all the way from the stove to the radiator, should this not be the case then a pump may be required to circulate the heated water. I recommend a heating engineer is consulted to insure what parts may be required in your situation. A throat plate is required where specified by the manufacturer, as the stove will have been tested with one. They provide a flame deflector which in turn enables the flue gases to be burnt more efficiently and effectively, it also keeps the heat in the stove longer to enable a better heat transfer to the room rather than going up the flue system.
We've recently moved and inherited a Coalbrookdale Severn the only air vent is on the thermostat, it also has a boiler and heats some radiators. Our problem is it takes s couple of hours to... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: You will only get out of a stove what you put in it so do insure that wood is dry and well seasoned with a moisture content of less than 20%. Depending on how this has been installed, priority would normally be given to the hot water cylinder before the radiator circuit can function. If you use smokeless fuel on the stove it may pay to try alternative products as they vary greatly on their efficiency, ash production etc.
I purchased my Severn locally in 1989. Originally burned coal for several years and then started burning wood only. Besides replacing a few shaker grates and glass seals this stove has performed... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Wow, what a great length of service from this stove.
We've recently moved and inherited a Severn wood burner. So far we are pleased with its efficiency however we'll get a better idea in Jan/Feb when it's been really cold. My problem is with the... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: If the airwash is kept open and you are using seasoned wood with a moisture content of less than 20% the glass should remain clean, this is also providing there is enough free air in the room and there is a good flue draw. Do check out the flue draw and free air if the first two points are already being undertaken.
Had the back boiler version fitted 20+ years ago and still going strong. It heats the water for domestic and radiators Oct-May, rarely goes out over the winter. However, the airwash system over... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Boiler stoves will have changed dramatically over the last 20 years and the technology will have improved to allow for clean glass, more efficient heating of the water etc. What great service from this stove.
Bought our Coalbrookdale stove in 1995 its been running the central heating on gravity and giving us hot water for 20yrs with no problems we burn smokeless coal or wood on ours its still going... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great service from this boiler.