Franco Belge Belfort stove, page 3 of reviews
The Franco Belge Belfort stove is a compact model and will therefore be able to fit into smaller fire place settings.
It has a 5kw output & you do not need to put an air vent into the room as less than 5kw output.
You can get the Belfort stove in enamel finish as well.
There is 1 plain door with a glass panel on the stove and the flue pipe can come out of the top or back of the stove.
- Height: 550mm
- Width: 420mm
- Depth: 340mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multi fuel
- Nominal Heat Output: 4.5kW
- Efficiency: 74.3%
Page 3/3 of reviews for Franco Belge Belfort stove
We have had our stove for almost 5 years and it is really now part of the family. We started with occasional fires in winter but have now moved on to having ones to stave off the need to put... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Multifuel stoves can add versatility to supplying heat to a home but it is not everyone's cup of tea. It certainly reduces the other heat requirements in the home though. Routine maintenance will always be required so nothing unusual there.
We are having serious smoke issues with this stove. We had it installed last winter and it worked fine for a while, then started smoking terribly, with smoke coming from under the lid and back... [ read more ]
We had this stove installed a few years back and did not use it a great deal till this Winter when circumstances demanded. Having used it during the cold period I got to grips with the thing... [ read more ]
This has been ok for a smallish room, but in a large room in winter you would want a bigger fire.
Fantastic product for the smaller room.
I have just fitted this stove and I am very pleased with it, it looks good, is very easy to light, is really controllable and heats up very quickly. This is the first wood stove I have had so... [ read more ]
Our chief gripe is that over the last 18 months we have had to replace the glass 3 times because it cracked. At £50+ a time this is not fun. I have a flue thermometer showing that the temperature... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Main advice is to make sure the gasket is in place and do not over tighten the fixings. You seem to have been very unlucky.