Welcome to the home of MultiFuelStove.org! This is a personal website dedicated to supporting both multi fuel stove owners and those people just looking to find out more.
We believe that burning with a multi fuel stove can both reduce your household heating bill and also help you to reduce your reliance on fossil fuels.
We accept that not everyone will choose the most environmentally friendly way to use their stove but the green way is the only way we recommend at this website.
Owning a multi fuel stove means that you finally have options when it comes to heating your home. No longer will you have the choice of just gas or electricity to warm your property. Multi fuel stove owners have the power to choose from a range of cheaper eco friendly energy sources.
How to Buy A Multi Fuel Stove for Less than RRP
I suggest once you know the kind of stove you want then don't buy it from a highstreet showroom as you will end up paying more than you need to. In the current economic nightmare of the UK, saving a couple of hundred quid can make a big difference.. especially with Christmas round the corner.
I suggest using an online auction like to find the stove you want for a price far less than RRP. provides a marketplace for sellers who don't have to pay rent, staff or other expenses that the you will find on the high street and so can charge a lot less.
I have created a nifty peice of software that shows the latest multi fuel stoves on sale at .. so feel free to take a look and see if your stove is available for cheap!
The main fuel sources that this website provides information for:
Wood pellets are created from waste wood from the lumber industry. Pellet stoves provide users with an easy energy source which when done right can provide 98% fewer CO2 emissions than fossil fuels. In this section we tell you a little bit about the main pellet stove manufactures such as Whitfield, Harman, Quadra, Lennox…etc and any information that we feel will help you get the most from your pellet stove.
When done right, burning wood in your multi fuel stove can both be economically beneficial and environmentally appropriate. In this section of the site we tell you a little bit about the science of burning, how to obtain free firewood, installation tips for your wood stove and other articles that provide support when burning wood in your stove.
Corn is a relatively new fuel in the world of multifuel stoves and is something that we are really interested in. Corn has a lower airborne particle rate per million than wood and in theory a correctly installed corn burning stove can reduce heating bills by 80%. As this is a relatively new concept we provide you some basic corn stove information. We plan to provide in-depth articles that study the ecological and economic benefits of this exciting new energy source. If you are gettting a multi fuel stove as part of a survival system then you might want to check more survival gear in case the worst does happen. Also it's worth mentioning that you need to make sure you get a trailer when you want to buy a secondhand multi fuel stove so be sure to check out Trailers for Sale to get the latest updated UK information on buying secondhand trailers.