Woodwarm Fireview 6KW Flat top stove

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Woodwarm Fireview 6KW Flat top stove
The Fireview 6kw multifuel stove is a steel stove with cast iron fittings.  A boiler can be fitted for hot water and central heating. There is an optional low or high canopy that can be fitted as well as a pedestal or plinth. The maximum log length for the Fireview 6 is 368mm.
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Review Ratings Breakdown

Build Quality 5 flames
Quality of finish 5 flames
Value for money 4.5 flames
Ease of use 4.5 flames
Ease of lighting 5 flames
Firebox size 4.5 flames
How well does the airwash work 4.5 flames
Controllability 4.5 flames
Handle operation 4.5 flames
How likely are you to buy it again? 4.5 flames
What is your overall satisfaction? 4.5 flames

Most Recent Review

  • Faultless

    Ruth Cutts 2 years ago

    We had a 6kw fireview in our home in Devon for 16 years. It was truly excellent. The only thing replaced in all these years were the fireboards and one new door handle. Airwash worked well and... []

    Stove expert replied: Nice comments. I am sure that you could get one transported to Spain if this is the stove that you require. Transportation is not an issue these days with many carriers making routine deliveries to European countries.

    Overall rating:

    4.5 flames

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  • Fireview is the true ''Clearview'' Wood burner when correctly installed

    David Housiaux 3 years ago

    Our Woodwarm Fireview 6Kw performs fantastically, so controllable, it has been in 6 years now and is on its second rear insulation board, the second one had to be changed, as the sweep did... []

    Overall rating:

    5 flames

  • Woodwarm fireview

    4 years ago

    How can a 20 year old design stove square box be so different, I have had various stoves over the past 30 years and always been happy to live with there faults as I thought that was the norm... []

    Stove expert replied: Great feedback

    Overall rating:

    5 flames

  • Odd noise eminating from fire

    Liz Garrigan 5 years ago

    Recently had our fire fitted and although we love it's look and performance, we are aware of a strange clunking noise every now and again, even when the secondary air control is closed. This... []

    Overall rating:

    4.5 flames

  • Something Wrong?

    Mary Saunders 7 years ago

    1. The glass on both doors quickly became opaque. It didn't crack or break but simply became 'crazed'. The glass was replaced at some expense this year with exactly the same effect. We must... []

    Stove expert replied: Crazing of the glass: Explanation of the phenomena of “Crazing” in Glass Ceramic Materials: During the combustion process, fossil fuels evolve combustion by-products.  These vary both in their composition and concentration, and are heavily dependent on the composition of the fuel being used, and the burn conditions within the appliance.   One of the most reactive combustion by-products found is sulphur. Under certain very specific conditions, it is possible to set up a combustion environment where a chemical reaction between the glass ceramic and sulphurous deposits, which attach themselves to the glass surface (through condensation), can take place.   Initially, this may manifest itself only as a series of white deposits on the glass (which can be cleaned off with ease).  However, if these deposits are left on the glass surface over a prolonged time period and subjected to repeated thermal cycling in non-ideal burn conditions, an effect known as “crazing” (fine cracks appearing in the combustion surface of the glass ceramic window) can occur. However, the necessary combination of effects required for this phenomenon to arise in the first place, makes this a very rare condition indeed.   As the chemical resistance of all glass ceramics, falls within a very narrow range, the solutions are limited here.  In extreme situations, one can look at the potential of using a high acid resistant glass such as Borofloat, however factors such as thermal shock, really need to be carefully considered before this option is considered.   Factors to be considered for minimising “Crazing” in Glass Ceramic Windows:   In-Use Guideline’s -          Minimise the use of high sulphur content fuels -          Ensure glass ceramic windows are regularly cleaned using approved (non-abrasive) materials, and any residues are completely removed prior to use   Appliance Design Guidelines -          Create an effective “air-wash” across the glass -          Maintain the inner glass panel surface to temperatures of 250 – 320°C -          Limit the use of out-gassing materials in the appliance construction  

    Overall rating:

    3 flames


    David Smith 7 years ago

    The stove has performed beyond our expectations and the Airwash System keeps the glass really clean. We know three other people each of whom bought stoves at the same time as we did and all... []

    Overall rating:

    5 flames

  • my trusty companion

    Laura Moir 7 years ago

    Perhaps not as pretty as some on the market but I want ease of lighting, good control and reliability, bags of heat and essentially a view of the fire as it roars up the lum. It's the envy... []

    Overall rating:

    4.5 flames

  • look no further

    Susan Burgin 7 years ago

    I have been using a woodwarm fireview for the past 5 years and would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a stove. It looks good, is well constructed, easy to light, easy to control, gives... []

    Overall rating:

    5 flames

  • woodwarm 6kw flat top woodburner

    Martin Watts 8 years ago

    We got our Woodwarm stove Oct 2003, the best 700 quid we've spent. Drove down to Devon for a wknd away and brought it back with us to Sussex {planned purchase} So 10 years on would I buy another... []

    Stove expert replied: Great comments from a very happy customer.

    Overall rating:

    4.5 flames

  • Totally in Love

    Yvette 8 years ago

    Having had an open fire for 12 years I decided to have a woodburner. I did my research and visited about 5 different shops. I saw the Woodwarm and loved it, the quality was obvious to see... []

    Stove expert replied: Great feedback.

    Overall rating:

    5 flames

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