As each antique stove comes into the workshop it is completely dismantled down to its last nut and bolt, and every piece checked over. All parts such as firebricks, grates, ashpans, riddling mechanisms, etc are replaced with new. It is then rebuilt from the bottom up.
The restored stove, while it may be a hundred years old, is then as functional and as beautiful as the day it was made. It is then ready to continue its job as a highly durable, efficient source of heat in your home. Since each stove is a unique antique, it will certainly be increasing in value as it warms your home.
The history of each antique stove is carefully researched, and every one comes with as much information as possible covering details such as its country of origin, the town where it was made, the year it was made, where it was discovered, etc.
Full details also accompany the antique stove covering both how to install the stove and how to use it. Plus we are always on hand if any advice is needed by yourself or your installer.