FAQ

Mulberry Stoves are designed with reliability and simplicity in mind. Our Quality Assurance System is there to ensure that you receive a heating product that provides a lifetime of warmth and we provide an extended Warranty on stoves. For full warranty conditions see our Warranty registration card.
This is the transfer of heat through a body or substance. All of our stoves conduct heat to the air as it comes into contact with the hot glass and casting surface.
Btu’s (British Thermal Units) are a standard of measurement that represents the heat value of any type of energy used to create heat. The amount of fuel that a stove will consume per hour is calculated with the Btu value of the fuel it uses to determine the output of that appliance. Btu values of any type of energy are determined by the actual amount of heat required to increase the temperature of one pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit. For rough calculations 3,400 Btu’s are equivalent to 1Kw.
Your local Authorised Mulberry dealer will recommend a serviceman. In case of difficulty contact our office and we will provide a list of approved servicemen. The stove should be thoroughly cleaned once each year, ideally before the start of the winter. This is a relatively simple operation and can be carried out by anyone.
All stoves in the Mulberry Multi-Fuel range can be installed as either “Top” or “Back” outlet.
The stove MUST sit on a non-combustible surface that is at least 20mm thick. This base should extend beyond the ashtray at the front of the stove. The “footprint” of each stove is given on the “Products” page.
Yes, all stoves are available in both Painted and Enamel finishes.
The products page gives the heat output of each boiler stove and its radiator capacity.

Mulberry multi-fuel stoves will happily burn coal, anthracite or any smokeless fuel, wood, turf, or peat briquettes.

All of our stoves require a chimney, either a masonry or a stainless steel chimney.

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