Morso Squirrel Cleanheat stove
The Morso Squirrel is a cast iron stove which has been popular with narrowboat owners, and others who want to heat small spaces.
- Height: 546mm
- Width: 388mm
- Depth: 438mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multi fuel
- Nominal Heat Output: 4.6kW
- Efficiency: 71%
Most Recent Review
We have had our multi-fuel squirrel for 15 years and it continues to give great service. It heats the room (it''s cold here in the Scottish Highlands) and also the water and a radiator! However... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Use only dry seasoned wood with a moisture content of less than 20%. There are some woods that give better results and a few of these are: Ash, Beech, Hawthorn, Rowan, Thorn, Yew
Most Popular Review
We have owned our Squirrel for app 18years, and apart from a regular application of blacking and some fire cement on the cracks in the bricks it just keeps going on. It's so warm that there... [ read more ]
More reviews for Morso Squirrel Cleanheat stove (page 1 of 5)
Our Morso Cleanheat Squirrel must rate as the best thing we have ever bought for our house. We had it installed 17 years ago and it replaced an open coal fire... what a difference! Instead of... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great review and very versatile heating food on the top.
I notice that your high-rated reviews are from people who have had their stove for a comparatively short time. You wait! Ours is 16 years old and experiencing major problems: cracked collar... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: 16 years is a reasonable length of time to have a stove and obviously the stoves longevity depends on how it is used, length of burning time, fuel, flue draw and quality of build etc. If these problems have manifested themselves of late the stove has given you reasonable service.
Put one of these in when I built our house which then morphed into a successful B&B.. The guests just love our "wee stove", and we love it when they are gone!! It's now in 15 years and in need... [ read more ]
Bought one for our house around ten years ago, absolutely amazing. Unlike some of the cheep ones from china, this has a really tight seal meaning I can shut down with good dry softwood and it... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Smokeless fuel is recommended on a close appliance and not household coal which burns with long flames and subjects the internal components to higher than normal working temperatures. Great review.
After much internet trawling and checking out lots of reviews this stove was the out and out 5kw stove to have. Looks stunning and made of an high grade cast iron which retains heat very well... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great comments, very efficient fuel usage but do please give short periods of fast burn regularly as it is not good for the flue system to be slumbering 24/7.
Did all the prep work myself and got a HETAS guy to do the final fit, just this afternoon. Fired up in less the a minute. Now the dog has just left the room as it is too hot. Brilliant buy.
I required a 4-5KW stove for my home office and looked at many models. I was looking for an alternative to the Morso Squirrel as I wanted a different looking stove, something more striking and... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Nice environment to work in. Good review.
We had a Squirrel in our old house and when we moved installing a new one was the 1st project to be completed. We like its chunky look, simple controls and its ability to heat our 5x4 metre... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Looking forward to the review of the next installation, it will be good to hear the comparisons.
I had looked at many other stoves and had been planning on purchasing one for quite some time, the Chinese models were poorly finished and the door catches struck me as rather flimsy. I saw... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Known fact that most heat on an open fire goes up the chimney, a closed appliance gives you lots of heat even if the stove is quite small.