Town and Country Runswick stove
The Town and Country Runswick stove is a small inset stove that has been designed to fit into an existing fireplace which already has a fireback or boiler. Due to it's shallow depth the fireback or boiler do not need to be removed, so cutting down on the amount of alterations needed to the fireplace setting when installing the stove.
Most Recent Review
Our Runswick mark II stove has been a huge asset in heating our large lounge & is very easy to use, but we have had to replace the baffle once after 2 years & now again along with the liners... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Replacing parts is expected and will vary depending on usage.
Most Popular Review
We chose a Runswick for our home in 2008, in order to minimise the building work needed for the installation. It set very neatly into the existing fireplace/chimneybreast of our modern (1985... [ read more ]
More reviews for Town and Country Runswick stove
We have always loved an open fire but with all that heat and money going straight out the chimney we decided on a Runswick Inset. Once installed, with very minimal modification to the top edge... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great review.
We had this stove installed a few weeks ago in place of an open fire - it's the first time we've had a stove, although have used them a couple of times in holiday properties. It's a great piece... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Any new stove user will need to give it time to perfect how they use the stove to get the most out of it, this customer seems to have got it sussed in only a few uses. Good feedback.
This is a very good stove and a revelation in terms of efficiency when compared to the open Baxi type fire-place it replaced!I burn either anthracite ovals or logs. Logs give a more intense... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Clear the ashpan more often to maintain the grate longevity. Interesting that you are finding the glass worse when using smokeless fuel!!
Get it professionally installed by a Hetas registered company - you are f***** if your house burns down as a result of using the fire and you cannot produce a certificate for insurance purposes... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Always get stove installed professionally as the customer says insurance is so important and to invalidate it is at your peril!
I already have a Clearview Vision in another chimney. This is an excellent stove, very high quality but badly overpriced. I wanted a new inset stove for my lounge to replace a Jetmaster ie the... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Fair review of an experienced stove user.
We bought one of these stoves last year due to the efficiency gain over an open fire and the associated safety of not having to worry about sparks. We chose this particular model due to the... [ read more ]
I have a low mantle and had to cut 2in off the base plus make spacer then still found the fireplace was out of square. So before purchase make an exact template of the rear and see how it fits... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Beware of fast burning for longer than 20 minutes as this may expose the stove to higher than normal working temperatures and can lead to distortion of the body. Short periods 15 - 20 mins max twice a day is usual recommendation.