Mendip Churchill 10 Convection
The Churchill 10 SE Convection Multi Fuel/Wood Burning Stove is an absolute showstopper! With its stunning design, this contemporary stove is the epitome of style and functionality. Whether you have a traditional home or a modern setting, this stove’s clean lines and curved door will effortlessly complement any ambience.
Featuring innovative convection panels on its sides and top, the Churchill 10 SE takes heating to a whole new level. Say goodbye to hot spots and hello to cosy warmth spread evenly throughout the room. As the stove’s body heats up, it creates a mesmerising cycle where warm air rises, drawing in cool air. This means you can enjoy consistent and comfortable heat in your entire space. Perfect for those open-plan areas!
But wait, there’s more! The Churchill 10 SE Wood Burning Stove is packed with other fantastic features that make it a standout choice. It boasts a three-flow air system, ensuring optimal combustion for efficient performance and maximum heat output. Plus, its airwash system keeps the glass crystal clear, preventing any sooting up and allowing you to admire those dancing flames in all their glory.
With a recommended heating area of 210m3, this stove has the power to keep you warm and toasty even in larger spaces. And here’s a bonus: it’s approved for use in smoke control zones, so you can enjoy the benefits of a cosy fire without any worries.
Also available with an optional log store. The Churchill 10 convection logstore Wood and Multi-fuel stove is an impressive raised large stove with storage. The Churchill 10 convector has a large gently curved front door and convector side panels, with a chromed push-pull handle.
Upgrade your home with the Churchill 10 SE Convection Multi Fuel/Wood Burning Stove and experience the perfect blend of style, efficiency, and warmth. It’s time to transform your living space into a haven of comfort.
Churchill convection models are perfect for open plan rooms and or timber-framed buildings as they dissipate the heat more effectively through a group of heat-absorbing panels so less heat will pass directly to the walls and more into the room.