Dunsley Yorkshire stove
The Dunsley Yorkshire stove is the only boiler stove that is Defra Exempt for smoke control areas.
You can also have the model without a back boiler and it can also come as a dedicated woodburner.
This Yorkshire Dunsley stove has 1 door with plain glass for viewing the fire.
Plain black model with a flat top.
- Height: 715mm
- Width: 595mm
- Depth: 450mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Nominal Heat Output: 13.7kW
- Efficiency: 80%
Most Recent Review
Fitted the dunsley yorkshire over ten years ago. Never had any issue with it at all. This is the RR of stoves.
Most Popular Review
Bought our model, with back boiler, a couple of years ago. We have piggy-backed it, using a Dunsley-Baker neutraliser (simple, but pricey for what it is), and some extra pumps, with our gas... [ read more ]
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The technical information given on various websites is just Wrong. Most say that you cannot have a 12mm hearth. This statement is incorrect. On looking at the manufacturers installation instructions... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Please note that you should always follow the manufacturers guidance and as they advise a thicker one should be used this is what should be provided, they advise die to the weight of the stove and should your 12mm hearth fail there would be no redress.
Never had a complaint from a neighbour about smells or smoke which I was worried about. Cleanburn is good whilst vents are fully open but as you reduce air you can get a build up if there is... [ read more ]
to owners and reading reviews. We run 8 rads and domestic hot water. ( shower with 3bar grunfos pump ) On over night for daytime water. On when we are home for H/W and Heating. We can not recommend... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: A great review.
had our dunsley yorkshire stove installed 3years ago works beautifully loads of heat loads of hot water best fuel is definitely homefire stays in all night no problem,best fuel for outright... [ read more ]
We have had this stove for over 2 years now and it's a real workhorse in our house. The back boiler is plumbed into our heating system that includes GSHP and solar thermal and heat store.... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Over night burn for woodburning stoves can be difficult and is not recommended due to the deposits that are created on a slow burn setting which woukd need to be used, if it is a multifuel stove then try using smokeless fuels for over-night and then wood for the day time.
WE BOUGHT DUNSLEY YORKS BOILER STOVE 2 YRS AGO, GOODBYE GAS, HELLO LOGS, LOVE WINTER NIGHTS -10 OUTSIDE AND ITS FAB IN OUR HOUSE. IT WILL EVEN SLUMBER OVERNIGHT WITH STOVEHEAT COBBLES. HOT WATER... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great review.
Brilliant piece of kit, built like a tank. Had to dismantle it to get it in but doing so is easy, as is rebuilding it. Easy to light, once you realise that the door has to be open a crack at... [ read more ]
I have been using the Dunsley Yorkshire boiler stove for a year now, and generally we are very pleased with it. At the time of purchase, the Yokshire was the only boiler stove on the market... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Specialist Heating Engineers should not be disregarded, many will give expert advice and support. As this customer has installed it himself he should get Building Control to sign this installation off whereas a Hetas Engineer can sign it off, important as your house insurance will require this certification.
The Dunsley Yorkshire is the only stove I've used. It works very well, and will heat seven radiators. But it is a fully manual system; if you were to come back in the evenings in winter you... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Always carry out a monthly check to insure air ways are completely free this will avoid the problem as above. Using good quality fuel which is dry and seasoned is important as is short periods of fast burn to prevent tar build up.