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COVID - 19 UPDATE ON OPENING TIMES

Over the past few months Clearview Stoves has been working hard suppling stoves and spares to our customers from our large stocks at More Works. All parts and stoves requested have been delivered, demonstrating the security of manufacturing in our own Clearview factory. We also continue to deal with many questions and enquires over the email and telephone.

Following the latest guidance from Government our showrooms will be open to provide something close to the usual Clearview experience. Over the phone we will be able to process orders, book installation surveys and deal with any stove related enquiries. We can also supply essential spares and maintenance materials from our in showroom stocks and are happy to deal with any customers wishing to discuss their requirements in detail with a view to placing an order. We would strongly recommend you book an appointment to speak to one of our technical team as staff levels will be slightly below optimum. Drawings and photographs of proposals are always a great advantage.

Opening times will be as follows

Clearview Stow on the Wold - Normal from 1st January 2021

01451 831 000

Clearview Whitchurch  - Normal from 1st January 2021

01948 663 954

Clearview Ludlow - Normal from 25th January 2021

01584 878100

 

We would like to thank all our customers for their continued support and patience. These months have demonstrated the security of manufacturing in Clearviews Shropshire factory.

CRUCKBARN, a very special holiday home in Shropshire, chooses a Clearview Stove.

David Martin and Architectural designer John Williams decided to create a very special building that would be like no other, so when they found the spectacular hill-top position with wonderful views, beside acres of ancient oak woodland they could not believe their luck.

Over the subsequent 16 years they have constructed almost every part of CRUCKBARN themselves. The oak frame came from 100 trees growing just 100 yards from their site. They used as many local materials as possible, including, stone, reclaimed slates and timber cladding, and when more recently they converted it into a spectacular holiday home, they chose to make as many of the fixtures and fittings themselves including doors, stairs, kitchen, and furniture. It was a true labour of love.

Although it has under-floor heating and hot water supplied by a ground source heat-pump they wanted something to give the room a focus, somewhere that people could gather around and feel cosy. What else would do, but a woodburning stove? Both David and John were already enthusiastic owners of Clearview Stoves so following a visit to Clearview's beautiful showroom just 10 miles away they chose and installed a Solution 500.

This truly wonderful holiday home provides a living space in which to relax, play games, chat, and simply revel in being alive in such a beautiful location. You can enjoy breakfast with stunning views, absorb the quiet of its hilltop location, roam acres of wood and field, star-gaze at night by the camp fire, or cosy up inside around the Clearview stove. Later, under sumptuous linen, drift off to sleep in one of 2 bedrooms.

Where better to experience the pleasures of owning one of Clearview’s stoves. Its even close to our flagship showroom in Ludlow where you may then wish to visit and order one of your own. Enjoy!

To stay at Cruckbarn go to www.cruckbarn.co.uk

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Hampton Court Flower Show 8 – 13 July 2014

AWARD WINNING GARDEN DESIGNER CHOOSES CLEARVIEW

Dr Peter Reader, GP turned award winning garden designer, is such a fan of his Clearview Pioneer 400, that he is using a similar model as a centre piece to his show garden at the 2014 RHS Hampton Court Flower Show. 

Last year his garden won him a Silver Gilt medal and the coveted ‘People’s Choice Award’ and this year, he's hoping ‘Al Fresco’ will be another hit.  This design is a modern outdoor entertaining space and relaxing garden oasis, incorporating olive trees, raised beds filled with Mediterranean style planting, a table under a green oak pergola.  A central pillar will house the warmth of the log burning stove. 

Peter (49) lives in a three storey, four bedroom Victorian home in Highgate, London.  He is a huge fan of log fires and the warmth and ambience of a natural fire, but wanted something more efficient, and bought his stove from a local shop in Finchley, following recommendations from friends.  Peter chose this particular stove because it fits perfectly in the space available and because he loved the quality and design of the woodburner.

It has been a resounding success and is popular with everyone, including the dog, who often hogs it!  Peter says it brings the family together, especially in the evenings, and provides a focal meeting place where they often gather.  Peter is such a ‘fan of the flame’ he will often light the stove even on a good day as he still likes seeing it through the glass.

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The Finished Garden.

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Two New Affordable Homes in North East Scotland

Work has been completed on two new affordable homes in North East Scotland. Intended to be the template for a new design of affordable homes, each house has been designed and built by Roderick James Architects. Both houses are heated primarily with a Clearview Vision 500 providing both room and water heating.