Evesham, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 06, 2012 -- It seems as though WoodburnerWorld have been pushing the range of stoves on offer as the cold season of winter approaches; this will give potential buyers contemplating adding extra heat to their house a wider variety to choose from.
Although, when they include a range of stoves such as Dunsley, it most certainly makes a buyers decision even harder as the variety of house warming, beautifully designed woodburners increases.
Dunsley, originally formed in 1950 by the Broadbent brothers, the company has been kept in the family and passed down to the next generation who currently form the management structure. With over 50 years in the heating business, you can be assured that Dunsley products will be every bit as good as you expect them to be.
Staying true to their roots, the stove designs have a traditional feel to them, adding to the authentic feel of owning one; however, they do integrate this traditional side with a modern side of technologic development to ensure the latest safety features and efficiency systems are included. With varied heating solutions from standard multi-fuel stoves to more advanced boiler stoves that can easily provide a heat source for the entire house, you can be sure to find what you want in this range.
James Pickering, Product Manager at WoodburnerWorld commented on this recent addition to the website: "You can clearly see the passion and dedication that goes into the design of these Dunsley stoves, not only do they design a good-looking stove which will fit in any room, they also take into consideration usability and safety, two key features which should never be overlooked. A family feel is also present in the stove design, stemming from their family run business to your home where your family will be gathered around the fire on those cold nights, a feeling that can't be replicated."
Dunsley go that extra mile for both usability and looks and with virtually their entire stove range they offer different accessories to alter the look and how the stove is used. Different types of canopies, boiler options and a variety of stands (ranging from low legs, to log stores), provide potential buyers with a real sense of customisability when looking at or purchasing a woodburner from the Dunsley range. Woodburning-Stoves are associated with the Plumbworld Network and have been in existence since 2010, this year they continue to make their mark on the online stove market and improve their selection of products.
Plumbworld was an early pioneer of online trading, started by James and Anita Hickman in 1999 and was sold to the Grafton Group PLC in December 2006, Plumbworld now employ more than 50 people in their purpose built warehouse and offices and boast an astonishing 49 websites selling everything from bath panels and woodwork tools to barbecues and triton showers. The business has a turnover in excess of £18 million and is growing at more than 20% year on year.