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Old 04-12-2012, 20:23
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Default Wood burning stove

I am currently looking to purchase a wood burning stove for my apartment, can
anyone recommend a supplier to me, I have been told that there is a shop in Sa Paublo, does anyone know the name ?
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YDL43 - sorry I don't know your name - there is a fireplace shop in the old town (or there used to be) as you come in via the traffic lights by the school - near to the Plommer fetteria (hardware store).
Happy stove hunting and I hope your crumpets are always crispy!
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Old 05-12-2012, 11:49
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Leroy Merlin have a sale on now with lots of wood burning stoves take a look online and you can also check if they have it in store or even have it delivered. If you try to order and pay for it online you will need to use a Spanish credit or bank card registered to your Spanish address
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Thanks for that info guys, i will look into it.
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YLD43, I don't know where your apartment is but you might need to make sure that a wood burning stove is allowed. In the complex I live in we have had a problem because the chimneys are not lined properly and when someone lit a stove the apartments above were smoke damaged. Apparently they were more cosmetic than functional fireplaces/chimneys
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Thanks lollipop, I am in a stand alone apartment with no one above, thanks for that info.
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They have stoves in Plomers along from Lidl.
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