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Pellet Stoves

We’re authorised stockists of the MCZ range of pellet stoves, supplying and installing the Ego, Mako, Musa, Club and Suite from our Bedfordshire Showroom, these fires are highly efficient and are a step towards sustainable living.

The benefits of a Pellet Stove include being:

Cost effective


Highly efficient

Convenient and less messy

What is a Pellet Stove or Fire?
Who are MCZ?

Pellet stoves are a modern way of heating a room that burns compressed pellets made from biomass materials, such as wood, corn or agricultural waste. Pellet stoves are known for their efficiency, convenience and being more eco-friendly than traditional wood burning stoves or fireplaces.

As the world looks towards greener living, MCZ pellet stoves offer an eco-friendly heating solution that it also convenient and efficient.

MCZ was formed in 1970s Italy, a country known for its design. The company initially focused on traditional wood-burning stoves, moving into the world of pellet stoves in the late 20th century as the world shifted towards sustainability and renewable energy.

The introduction of pellet stoves by MCZ was a response to the growing demand for more efficient, eco-friendly heating solutions. These stoves are an alternative to conventional heating methods, combining Italian design with groundbreaking technology.

MCZ has been at the forefront of pellet stove innovation. The company has integrated advanced features like programmable heating, remote control operation and internet connectivity, which have improved user experience, convenience and efficiency.

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Explaining Pellet Stoves

Pellet Stoves are contemporary stoves that use biomass pellets as fuel, here's why they are an excellent choice for your home:


Pellet Stoves are highly efficient, converting a large percentage of the fuel into usable heat.


Pellets are made from renewable resources and the stoves produce very low emissions, making them an environmentally friendly heating option.


With automated feeding systems and easy-to-use controls, pellet stoves require less work than wood stoves.


They are often a more economical heating option over time, most pellets are recycled too. Safety: Pellet stoves are considered safer than wood stoves as they have less risk of causing a fire hazard due to sparks or embers.

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Pellet Stove FAQs

What is a Pellet stove?

A pellet stove is a heating appliance that burns compressed wood or biomass pellets to generate heat. It's an efficient and eco-friendly option for heating homes, utilising a mechanised system to feed pellets into a burn chamber where they're ignited to produce warmth.

Is a Pellet Stove expensive to run?

The running costs of pellet stoves can vary, but they are considered an economical solution in the long term. Whilst initial investment in the stove and pellets can be significant, operational costs are often lower than traditional heating methods offering a cost-effective heating solution over time.

How does a Pellet Stove work?

A pellet stove burns compressed wood or biomass pellets to create heat. Pellets are fed from a hopper into the burn pot, where they are ignited, producing a flame that heats the stove's body and the air around it. An electric blower circulates the warmed air into the room, efficiently distributing heat.

Do you need a chimney for a Pellet Stove?

A pellet stove typically requires a flue system rather than a traditional chimney. This type of venting system can be installed through a wall or roof and expels combustion gases outside. Some models may allow for direct venting, reducing the need for extensive flue systems.

Where’s the best places to buy a Pellet Stove in Bedfordshire?

At Ampthill Fireplaces, we are authorised stockists of the MCZ range of pellet stoves. We supply and install the Ego, Mako, Musa, Club and Suite from our Bedfordshire Showroom, these fires are highly efficient and are a step towards sustainable living.