Buying a log burner does not have to break the bank. There are plenty of cheap log burners on the market that will do the job you need it to do.
Reasons to buy cheap log burners
You’re working to a budget. Many of us are not fortunate enough to be able to work to a limitless budget, but that shouldn’t preclude us from the chance to generate our own heat and cut out central heating bills. Cheap log burners are the perfect solution in that situation.
You can’t justify spending more. Log burners are no different to cars, shoes and many other items in that often when you’re spending more, you’re paying for a brand name. By and large, you can achieve precisely the same functionality for much less than the top prices.
You’re installing it in a shed or garage. Perhaps you want to add a bit of cheap additional heat to a workshop or outhouse where you spend a lot of time. These spaces are great places to install cheap log burners.
Choosing cheap log burners
As with the aforementioned cars and shoes, if you are shopping for a bargain you will want to make sure you are still getting a good product for your money. In the case of cheap log burners, one good way to protect your investment is to choose an appliance that is covered by a decent warranty. The material from which the log burner is made is another key factor. Ideally, the stove should be made from cast iron or else steel. You also need to consider the heat output of the stove. Log burners with a higher heat output are generally more expensive, so it goes without saying that cheap log burners tend to have a lower heat output. But choosing a log burner with a heat output that’s no big enough for the room in which you will install it is a false economy. Choose an appliance with the right output for your requirements, even if it is not the cheapest log burner you find.
Recommended cheap log burners
These are some of the cheap log burners that we stock and recommend.
Mazona Signet 4 kW Multi Fuel Stove
Of all the cheap log burners we sell, the one with the lowest price tag of all is the Mazona Signet. It has a 4kW heat output, which makes it ideal for smaller and snug spaces. The cast iron stove body is covered by a 5-year warranty. Click here to see more.
Mazona Rocky 6 kW Multi Fuel Stove
The bigger sister of the Signet is the Mazona Rocky. For a relatively modest additional investment, you get some extra oomph that tops the heat output up to 6kW. As with the Signet, there is also a 5-year warranty on the cast iron body. Click here to see more.
Mazona Olympus 8 kW Multi Fuel Stove
Another Mazona stove. The Mazona Olympus is bigger again and has an 8kW heat output. It is priced considerably cheaper than the vast majority of 8kW, which makes it the pick of the cheap log burners for anyone hoping to heat a large room. Click here to see more.