CHARNWOOD LOG BURNERS & MULTIFUEL STOVES
A J Wells & Sons Ltd, manufacturers of Charnwood Stoves, was founded in 1972 and is a privately owned, family controlled, British company that specialises in the design and manufacture of high quality wood burning and multifuel stoves. As the oldest British manufacturer of wood burning stoves, Charnwood is dedicated to providing products of durable design and of the highest quality.
Over their years of business Charnwood has introduced their own Vitreous Enamelling Plant, CNC controlled Press Brakes, Robotic Welders and a state of the art Laser Profiler all of which allow pin point accuracy resulting in superior quality. Keeping the manufacture of as many parts as possible in-house enables full control over production to provide our customers with long-lasting products leading the field in both operation and function.
In striving for the highest quality Charnwood sources raw materials from only the very best companies, aiming to build strong relationships with suppliers, to maintain high standard products. Charnwood believes that it is unsustainable for the environment to transport heavy materials around the world, when the world's finest materials are available in the UK. The purchase of a Charnwood is an excellent long-term investment and will be the focus of your home for many years to come, long after the memory of what you paid for it has gone.
As a privately owned family company, service is of utmost importance to them, striving to ensure that all our customers receive the information and service they deserve.
Charnwood has a dedicated customer support team who are able to answer your questions both before you purchase your Charnwood and after its installation. In addition to the office based team there are qualified technical sales managers covering all parts of the UK and Ireland, meaning that help is always available whether at the design stage or later on.
All spares are normally dispatched within 48 hours and a next day delivery service is available if required to ensure that in the rare event of a problem, your Charnwood is up and running as quickly as possible.