The Town and Country Fires Byland stove is capable of up to 14kw output, but is so controllable it will run happily at 5kw. As with all their new range of stoves, the Town and Country Fires Byland stove is controlled by two simple levers which are below the door and these levers take the place of the spin wheels. One lever controls the primary air and the other, the secondary and tertiary air. Once the fire is established there is no need to use the primary air lever except with smokeless fuel even when refuelling
All Town and Country Fires stoves have an air wash to the glass which works extremely well. Most have tertiary air at the rear of the firebox too, which burns off gases at the back of the fire that do not normally ignite, thus giving a very clean burn, causing less pollution in the atmosphere. Town and Country Fires are one of the very few stove people who actually make their stoves from start to finish in Pickering, North Yorkshire.
Town and Country Fires recommend that customers buy Town and Country Fires stoves only from a local, recognised stockist. If products are purchased from a non-approved source, they cannot guarantee that the product purchased is an up-to-date model with the latest features, nor can they be sure that the potential customer will have been given the best advice regarding suitability and installation.
The Town and Country Fires Byland stove – Byland Abbey is a small village in Ryedale. Within the village there is a ruined Abbey and many of the remains of the Abbey can still be seen. The Abbey is now cared for by English Heritage.
The full range of Town and Country Fires solid fuel and woodburning stoves all carry certified ratings and comply with BS EN 13240:2001+ A2:2004 and BS EN 13229:2001 +A12003 +A2:2004. They are also HETAS approved and CE marked.
Town and Country Fires design and perfect the combustion in the stoves, so that they out perform some of the very best stoves across the world. They buy British steel, cut it accurately with a laser cutter, then bend it with a CNC press. The metal formed shapes are then passed to their robot welder which produces high penetration and extremely accurate joints. Once the bodies have been produced in this way, they are finished by hand which includes shot blasting to enable a good penetration of paint. Some of the stoves are completely hand made by staff who have worked for Town and Country Fires for many years.