Woodwarm Phoenix Fireblaze 6kW
- Height: 635mm
- Width: 552mm
- Depth: 366mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Wood
- Nominal Heat Output: 6kW
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This is my first wood-burner. my friends rave about there fireblaze so much so Ii went and got one. I have used fires before but I have found the quality, and ease of lighting and use on this... [ read more ]
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This is my first multi fuel / wood burning stove, and I did a lot of research prior to purchase. Having had an open fire for many years I was fed up with the mess and wasted heat going straight... [ read more ]
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As a full time chimney sweep I have owned many stoves.I have to say the Woodwarm is the most efficient stove I have ever owned and I would recommend this British made stove.The airwash is amazing... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great comments and full marks!
Having previously had a Fireview, I''m very happy with this burner. We have two burners in the house and this is my favourite. Heats up really quickly and is easy to control. I''m not sure... [ read more ]
I love this woodburner as we have a very old house with no central heating, and the heat permeates upstairs.The only fault we have with it is that we cannot get it to idle, and so use far too... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Perhaps get a flue damper or stabilizer fitted which will give greater control - the flue draw can be measured to see if this exceeds the recommendation made by the manufacturer.
Having previously had a Hunter that had very little control and not efficient, the Phoenix that we now have is lovely, wood lasts longer, room is warmer heats up quicker , more expensive to... [ read more ]
I have had this stove for just over three weeks but it has already proved to be a Superior quality stove. This is the third stove I have owned & by far the best. Woodwarm make excellent stoves... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great review.
The annoying thing is latterly the stove is very noisy as it heats up as the metal expands I presume, but still makes noise as I put on more logs when the stove is up to temp, apart from this... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Have you gone back to the supplier? Do check the internal parts are located correctly as I have known a noise as described from a baffle plate that was not installed in the correct position and made a noise on expansion and contraction.
It's a handsome beast, very efficient, lights easily and heats brilliantly. We've only used wood and have been disappointed to find the baffle wasn't up to the job - its warped. Had we used... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Changes and modifications can and are often made throughout the lifetime of a stove and if a manufacturer changes parts and then were to give them away free to every customer would seem unrealistic as this does not happen with other goods as a matter of course. You have not said the age of the stove but internal parts can distort for several reasons, over drawing by user, too strong a draw on the flue system, incorrect fuel to name just a few.
I have used this stove daily since its installation last October. Everything about it is superb, from its build quality to its ease of use and even the technical support available from the company... [ read more ]
I don't sell stoves but being a chimney sweep means I work on them daily, I get feedback from customers and can see for myself how well the stove has been burning and which type of stoves need... [ read more ]