Heta Inspire 45 stove
The Inspire 45 stove is a multi fuel stove with an nominal heat output of 4.9 kW. The stove is highly efficient at 84% and is also approved for smoke control areas.
- Height: 555mm
- Width: 540mm
- Depth: 377mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multi fuel
- Nominal Heat Output: 4.9kW
- Efficiency: 84%
Most Recent Review
I bought the Heta Inspire 45 stove as it''s ticked all the boxes in terms of quality in its stylish design, output and finish. I have been using it for just over a year and it continues to emit... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: It has been known that the metal expanding and contracting on a stove can cause a clicking sound, you would need to go back to the supplier / manufacturer for their advice.
Most Popular Review
This was recommended to me by an installer friend. It's beautifully well-made: stainless steel construction with a cast iron door. When another fitter installed it, he was adamant that it looked... [ read more ]
More reviews for Heta Inspire 45 stove (page 1 of 2)
Overall a good stove. Information is misleading as it claims to burn wood and solid fuel. This is a wood only stove and not suitable for smokeless fossil fuels. The riddle system for the ash... [ read more ]
Bought the Heat 45 as there was no Clearview agent here in Lincoln ...Thank goodness. This is probably our sixth or seventh log burner and frankly thus is by far the best by a ''Country Mile... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: What a recommendation, great review!
The most important thing to say about this stove is that it only burns wood, so the introduction is misleading. I'm quite pleased with it but I do find the upside down way of lighting it a... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Household coal is not recommended for most closed appliances due to it being dirty and burning with a longer flame than smokeless fuels.
This is a great stove - a fine design, robust construction and a large front window, almost giving the impression of an open fire. I can believe its phenomenal claimed efficiency - it burns... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Many installations can require more draught on initial lighting to aid the draw on the cold flue system and once warmed the draw increases allowing the gases to lift away from the stove effectively.
We had very specific requirements on looks and produced a shortlist and eventually chose the Heta 45 for the size of the glass and its clean lines. It is simple to light and I have never failed... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Short periods of fast burn (no more than 20 mins max) are good for a stove to burn off tar residues that are produced during a slumber period. If the stove draws too vigorously you may need a flue damper to get better control, this is something that an installer can guide you on as they can take a flue draw measurement to confirm that it meets and matches the manufacturers recommendations.
Our HETA Inspire 34 was installed in early December 2016 by the beginning of January we had to have the chimney swept! The installer blamed it on the wood we used (bought from a recommended... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: It sounds as if the flue draw is poor and possibly there is not enough free air in the room for combustion to occur correctly so this should be checked out thoroughly. There are things that can be done such as an air brick, elongating the flue, lining the flue etc.
This is the second stove I have installed, the other is cast iron from a well know brand, and I am mightily impressed. There really is no comparison. Output seems much higher than rated and... [ read more ]
As with other reviewers an ok stove. Difficult to light Dirty glass Average output. An additional issue is that the top liner is already flaking and pitting after only two months careful use. [ read more ]
I have a tall, lined chimney with a good draft but found this stove tricky to light. It needs a lot of TLC and goes out if not nutured carefully. Although wood is dry and well seasoned with... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Is there enough free air in the room? Have you an air brick? Is there another flue system in the property that may be stronger than the one used for this stove causing the problem? Seek advice from a flue specialist prior to getting this stove replaced as there may be a way to improve the existing performance, and what is to say that replacing it would mean the same issues still being experienced? More likely to be installation problem rather than the stove itself.