Cast Iron Performance
Dovre's stoves and fireplaces can handle even the harshest winters, keeping you snug and warm no matter the temperature outside! Choose from a range of expertly crafted fires and stoves including wood-burning, multi-fuel, gas, and electric models.
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The Dovre name is taken from a mountainous region of Norway where harsh weather is commonplace. With over 60 years of experience battling these Arctic conditions, Dovre’s team understands exactly what it means to be cold and knows how best to combat the chill. Over the decades, their product range has been continually developed and refined. Today, their wood-burning and multi-fuel stoves offer advanced cleanburn technology for improved combustion, efficiency and care for the environment and their airwash systems help keep the door glass clean so you can relax and enjoy the beauty of the flames. For those who love the look of a real fire but want the benefits and ease of use of modern technology, Dovre has also developed many models fuelled with highly convenient gas or electricity. No matter your fuel preference, your Dovre product will be reliable and beautifully built to meet the uncompromising standards you would expect from such a heritage.
Dovre knows the quality and versatility of cast iron; it is durable, has outstanding heat retention and longevity, and it is able to be crafted into a huge variety of shapes and textures, giving aesthetic beauty and immediate appeal whether your interior style is traditional or contemporary. In fact, Dovre's manufacturing expertise with premium grade cast iron is such that all cast parts on their stoves and fireplaces come with a 5-year guarantee. They are also deeply concerned for the environment and have developed and refined their product range continuously to offer advanced cleanburn technology for improved combustion efficiency and care for the environment. Wood is a great fuel choice in environmental terms as the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere is approximately the same as that absorbed by the tree during growth. It is also a renewable resource, particularly when derived from plantations and cultivated woodland.