You don’t just buy a Morsø wood burning stove. You fall in love. Our cast-iron wood burning stoves combine timeless good looks, traditional craftsmanship and the environmentally friendly choice.
But when you talk about your Morsø stove in years to come, it won’t be the design, workmanship or eco-friendly credentials that you enthuse about. You’ll think of your wood burning stove as the heart of your home. Morsø owners look forward to coming home to living flames; to warmth and peace and the comforting crackle of a real log fire.
Morsø homes come in all shapes and sizes. Our traditional and contemporary wood burning stoves look wonderful in the most modern settings; but they’re equally comfortable in a cosy cottage. Choose from free-standing, insert or wall-hanging wood burners. And if you’re living in a smokeless zone, you can still have a real fire. Our DEFRA-approved wood burning stoves are perfect.
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Our range of wood burning stove accessories perfectly complements your choice of wood burner. From fire care, tools and storage to whimsical miniatures, you can build a Morsø collection that will stay beautiful for years.
And when summer arrives, you can continue your love affair with real fire. Our outdoor range includes pizza ovens, firepits and grills. Perfect for balmy evenings in the garden or on the beach.
A Morsø wood burner is a real investment. Make sure you feed it the very best fuel – choose Morsø firewood. We kiln-dry our firewood, so it has a moisture content of less than 20%.
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We’ll give you all the information you need to help you choose the perfect stove or accessory to suit your home and lifestyle.
The Morsø dealer network covers the UK and Ireland. Dealers are hand-picked for their knowledge and service so you can be sure that you’re in safe hands.
Use our interactive dealer locator to find your local authorised dealer and see our stoves on display.
Wood has quite a special property when talking about CO2. As the tree grows, it absorbs and locks in enormous amounts of carbon dioxide as part of the photosynthesis process. Precisely the same amount of CO2 is released into the atmosphere when the tree is felled and burnt.