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When our Yeovil log burner installer fitted todays multi-fuel stove there is a surprise waiting. It sure is windy! However, after carrying out a risk assessment, we commence the stove installation. Today’s stove installation project is yet another Arada Ecoburn Plus 5 Widescreen. The 5 KW Ecoburn is Defra approved.

This wood and multi-fuel stove is very popular with our customers. With it’s outstanding lifetime warranty, and large viewing glass window it is a winner. This multi-fuel stove is currently one of our favourites with Defra approval. Our Yeovil log burner installer likes the build quality and stove design. In addition, these stoves are made locally in Axminster. By purchasing an Arada wood burner, you are supporting the local economy.

Despite the wind, this stove installation went well. No issues with proximity to combustibles. Plenty of room to front of hearth. However, we find that there is no chimney pot. We fit a chimney pot and fix an anti-bird cowl to the flue liner. Our Hetas stove fitters are happy to finish this. It is still very windy on top of the roof.

Arada Ecoburn Plus 5 Widescreen Multifuel and Wood burning stove

Our Yeovil log burner installers fit many Arada wood burning stoves in Somerset and Devon.

Arada started out as a family business called Lyme Regis Engineering. This was in 1966, over fifty years ago. In 1979 Arada moved to Axminster. Accordingly, they changed their name to Villager Stoves. They make Stratford boiler stoves. These stoves are introduced in the nineties. Their innovation in safety and efficiency went unchallenged. In 2008 Aarrow and Villager combine. At this point, they become Arada Stoves. Arada have become very successful. Ask any Yeovil log burner installer and they will praise this company. Furthermore, they make good stoves. They also have good aftercare support. We like the fact that all spare parts are available. Even for older models. Check their website.