From its humble origins over 25 years ago on a farm near Dartmoor, renowned for its cold winters, Yeoman has grown to become one of the UK’s leading stove manufacturers.
Today, Yeoman offer not only a wide selection of traditionally-styled woodburning, multi-fuel, gas and electric stoves, but also high-output boiler stoves through to contemporary stoves, with each model providing superb value for money.
Yeoman are part of the Stovax Group which also includes Stovax - woodburning and multi-fuel stoves and fireplaces, Gazco - gas and electric fires, stoves and fire baskets and Original Style - the UK´s leading manufacturer and distributor of natural stone, ceramic, glass and mosaic tiles.
All Yeoman stoves are designed to burn wood and smokeless fuels and have been independently tested to exacting standards for both heating efficiency and emissions. The Exmoor, Exe and Devon models have also been DEFRA approved for the burning of wood in Smoke Control districts when fitted with a smoke control kit.
The versatile Yeoman stove range means you can specify numerous options to ensure that the stove you pick is perfect for your room. Flat top, low canopy or high canopy. A selection of coloured finishes, single or double doors plus the option to go for a boiler model that not only offers impressive heat to your room but is capable of powering heat to your radiators and water. Whichever model you choose, you can rest assured that you are purchasing a fantastic quality stove that will give you years of pleasure!
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Yeoman Contact Details
Falcon Road, Sowton Industrial Estate, Exeter, Devon EX2 7LF United Kingdom
| Solid Fuel Enquiries
Tel: 01392 474 500
| Gas & Electric Enquiries
Tel: 01392 261 900
| Other Depts
Tel: 01392 474 011
| Email Address
Wood is the better fuel in environmental terms being carbon neutral, as the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere is approximately the same as that absorbed by the tree during growth. It is also a renewable resource, particularly when derived from plantations and cultivated woodland. For optimum results, Yeoman recommend logs should be seasoned for 2 years or more to achieve a moisture content below 20%. This will not only give twice the output of freshly felled timber but help avoid a build up of tar in your flue. Furthermore, if you can obtain hardwood logs this is better still, as they will have around twice the calorific value of softwoods.
Anthracite and manufactured smokeless fuels can be burnt with the addition of a multi-fuel kit. Choose from either the economic Static Kit on the County and Double-Sided models or, for optimum performance, the external Riddling Kit on Exmoor, Exe and Devon stoves, including high output boiler stoves. Please note, however, that petroleum based fuels must never be used on your stove.
The look of your stove is very important. That is why Yeoman offers you the opportunity to personalise our stoves with a variety of styling options. According to model, these include flat top and high or low canopies, panoramic single doors, double doors with removable, window crosses, brass handles, decorative cast top plates and plain or Tudor Rose air spinners.
Several Yeoman Woodburning/Multi-fuel stoves are designed to be fitted with optional boiler systems and details of these can be found on appropriate pages. Additionally, Yeoman offer a selection of High-Output Boiler models that come with the boiler built in.
All Yeoman gas stoves are available with natural gas or LPG and, depending on model, feature a highly realistic coal or log effect fire. All are available as manual operation with most having the option to upgrade to either a standard remote, allowing heat regulation once the pilot light has been lit manually, or a programmable remote with additional thermostatic and timer controls.
A Yeoman can be as easy to install as plugging in and switching on! Featuring our unique VeriFlame™ technology with low energy LED illumination and hand painted fuel bed. With the heater discreetly located underneath, the remote control allows you to adjust the heat between off, 1kW and 2kW in addition to the VeriFlame™ effects.
Colour is another option, with a choice of four paint finishes available for most stoves: Metallic Blue, Metallic Brown, Matt Black or Metallic Green. CL Stoves are finished in Midnight Black Metallic.
Multi-fuel Boiler Stoves
Four models within the range have been specifically designed to supply your domestic hot water and central heating requirements or augment your existing heating system via ‘link up’ technology. Whichever your choice, you will enjoy all the atmosphere of a real fire and exceptional heating performance for other areas of your home. When providing hot water and central heating, each stove is capable of feeding an average 8000BTU hotwater cylinder and from 9 up to 19 radiators. The exact number of radiators will depend upon how many rooms you wish to heat and sizes of those rooms.
Radiators also come in a variety of sizes/capacities but, for example, a typical 400mm high x 1000mm wide, single panel radiator requires 2500BTU/hr. You should always consult a qualified heating engineer to ensure the stove can meet your requirements. Alternatively, you can ‘link up’ a Yeoman high output boiler with your existing or proposed heating system to reduce your reliance on gas or oil and help decrease overall heating fuel costs. There are ways to link with conventional oil or gas central heating, gas or oil sealed heating systems, combi boilers, underfloor heating and even solar panels to provide flexible and cost-effective solutions.
Yeoman produces a ‘link up’ guide showing typical arrangements and covering some frequently asked questions. You may find it useful to download this from www.yeoman-stoves.co.uk before discussing your requirements with a qualified heating engineer. All Yeoman high-output boiler stoves are designed for multi-fuel use and incorporate an externally operated riddling grate. This is because solid mineral fuels tend to provide greater calorific values. Should you wish to reduce your CO² emissions then you can also burn a combination of smokeless fuels and logs together. However, if Woodburning only is your preference, you can still achieve good performance but, as logs burn best with slightly different firebox characteristics, we recommend you purchase the optional log tray which replaces the riddling system.
All Yeoman Stoves are guaranteed for 2 years from the date of purchase and have a 5 year castings warranty. However, this is dependant upon servicing the appliance 12 months after installation and specifically excludes ‘wear and tear items’ such as, rope seal, firebricks and grates. The use of petrocoke in a Yeoman Stove will invalidate its guarantee. For full details, please visit www.yeoman-stoves.co.uk.
Installing Your Yeoman Stove
A HETAS, GasSafe Register or Bord Gais approved installer should undertake a site survey prior to purchase and must install your Yeoman Stove for you. You may view or download complete installation instructions at – www.yeoman-stoves.co.uk. All fires and stoves consume air as they burn. To comply with Building Regulations (Document J), therefore, if you are purchasing a stove with a maximum heat output in excess of 5.0kW, you will need to install a fixed air vent to ensure adequate ventilation. Outputs below this will not normally require a vent.