The Serrano 7 multifuel stove with its larger heat output of up to 8.1Kw is great for larger living spaces, the Broseley stove has an easily controlled primary and preheated airwash, not only is the Broseley Serrano 7 Multifuel stove beautiful, but practical too. DEFRA approval means you can burn wood within smoke control zones.
The Serrano 7SE from Broseley is a freestanding, multifuel stove in the traditional style. The Serrano 7SE is made out of high quality cast-iron for heat retention and durability. It is relatively compact, yet not at the expense of impact.
The Serrano 7SE produces a comfortable 7kW output and 76%, so you can be assured that you're getting the absolute value for your money with fuel.
The Serrano 7SE is packed with special features: airwash and cleanburn systems, chrome handles, twin state-of-the-art air controls and a solid cast iron body for longevity and high performance and optional logstore.
Not to mention the expansive front ceramic glass window that affords you unrivaled views of the dancing fire. The Serrano 7SE is a true centre-piece in this regard, giving light and warmth to your interior in equal measure, and delivering them for years and years to come.
The Serrano 7SE has a multifuel grate allowing you to burn either wood or coal. This puts you firmly in the driver's seat of your stove, whether you prefer the reassuring crackle of the logs or the warm glow of the coals, every taste is catered to.
DEFRA is the department for environment, food and rural affairs, and their approval on a given stove means that it is permitted to burn wood inside smoke control zones. DEFRA approval is decided on the emissions profile of a stove; under a certain threshold DEFRA approval is granted, therefore, DEFRA approval is a mark of efficiency and environmental neutrality. Check to see whether or not you require a DEFRA approved stove or not here.
Broseley is named after the village in the heart of England where the business was born nearly 50 years ago. Experience has taught Broseley that customers want to balance aesthetics with practicality and with this in mind they have endeavoured to create stoves which are not only aesthetically pleasing, but also made from time honoured materials like cast iron.