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Maximise space in any scheme with Mendip’s innovative 10cm clearance to combustible gap

In today’s modern homes, space is everything. Not only has the architect and builder taken care to maximise every inch with the right materials, layout and design, but homeowners will also use every trick in the book to create a spacious, airy feeling in the tiniest of spaces. A Mendip stove is the ultimate focal point feature, as not only is it cosy and full of character but it also only needs a 10cm minimum gap between it and any combustible materials.

Every stove on the market has its own guideline, as the stove and flue pipe become extremely hot when in use. Building regulations are in place for these safety reasons to protect both people and their property. Many stoves can require up to 50cm distance between the stove and any combustible materials but Mendip is different, making it more flexible and space-saving.

Mendip has a fantastic selection of wood burning stoves that feature this groundbreaking 10cm minimum gap, all of which will fit comfortably into both contemporary and classic interior design schemes.

The Churchill range is made for modern living and is available in a choice of heat outputs, from 4.6kW to 10kW, so there’s something for every home. Shown below is the Churchill 10. It is compact in size yet it’s certainly big on heat with an impressive 10kW output. It also comes with a large curved glass door for a captivating view of the flicking flames within and for every Churchill 10 design sold, we will donate £10 to the Woodland Trust, helping to plant native trees here in the UK.

For something more traditional, the Loxton collection comes with various features such as a fully insulated vermiculite chamber, large ash pan, optional stand and a choice of heat outputs. There’s also the Woodland, an award-winning design with large windows and low heat outputs perfect for today’s well-insulated homes.

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