Hunter Stoves has been established since 1996. Initially the company set about re-designing a new range of stoves, now the Herald range. From here the company grew, expanding its operations into the adjoining factory units and formed a Research and Development department to focus on design stoves that are more efficient. In 2003 Hunter Stoves bought the Parkray brand and moved its operations to the Exeter factory, continuing to develop both the Parkray and Hunter brands.  In 2015 the company rebranded as the Hunter Stoves Group bringing all stove brands under the Hunter Stoves Group umbrella, including Herald, HS Gas, Di Lusso, Avalon, Cleanburn, Eco-ideal and Parkray brands. Visit Hunter Stoves

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Product Specification

Heat Output: 4.5kW to room: 7.7kW to water

Fuel Type: Wood and Multi-fuel

Hunter Herald 14 Boiler Stove

£1,569.00 Enquire

The Hunter Herald 14 Boiler Stove has the same dynamic look as it’s room heater sibling but with the option of a wrap around boiler or a clip-in boiler. Both models are available as a multi-fuel or wood burning only and with the option of a high or low canopy.

Price and heat output showing is for a flat top, wood burning wrap around boiler stove.

Energy Rating A

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