There’s nothing quite like coming home to the warm glow of a Nestor Martin stove.
As well as creating a classic focal point within the room, a freestanding stove will also provide powerful heat and take its place as the hub of the home. With winter less than six months away, now’s the time to consider installing an elegant cast iron design into your living room, dining area or open-plan kitchen space. As well as feeling the benefit for years to come, a freestanding stove can also add value to your home and attract buyers if you choose to sell up in the future.
There are many advantages to owning an oil-fired stove. Perfect for those who live in rural areas without access to mains gas, the S21 traditional design from Nestor Martin is not only easy to use but it is also reliable, low-maintenance and inexpensive to run, using just 0.15 ltr of oil per hour at minimum. It comes with an electric starter but will continue to provide powerful heat output in the event of a power cut, as it doesn’t require any electricity to operate and can also be started manually, too.
With three heat outputs to choose from – 6kW, 8kW and 10kW – each stove is easy to use with a simple igniter button and easy-access controls at the top for optimum room temperature and controllable flame. Its highly efficient vaporising burner mixes preheated combustion air with the oil for excellent combustion with a high and consistent efficiency. All Nestor Martin stoves come equipped with this stainless steel burner for clean combustion every time the stove is used. The stove can be connected to a new or existing oil tank with a gravity-fed burner, which doesn’t require a pump. It must be installed by a qualified OFTEC installer and uses standard heating grade oil. Visit www.oftec.org for approved installers in your area.
The Stanford S21 stove from Nestor Martin costs from £1,570.