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Hillandale Monterrey 5 review

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Broseley is a major player in the UK stove market and, until recently with ts new Evolution range, is particularly well known for large cast-iron boiler stoves.

The Broseley Hillandale Monterrey 5KW ultifuel £650-£700 price guide is another cashillandale monterrey 5 statst-iron stove and is very heavy at 102kg and so feels solid and wellbuilt.

Quality is good.

Contemporary or traditional? This is one of those stoves with a foot (or two feet) in both the traditional and contemporary camps and I believe that the Monterrey 5 is at home in either environment.

Both air controls are smooth and have plenty of movement. Decent 76% efficiency rating and can burn wood in a smoke control area

This is the same stove that B&Q are selling – they have rebranded it as the Ohio 5kw.

The firebox is of a very good size and will take a 31cm log. Unlike the Aga the Broseley has no internal firebricks, relying instead on a second layer of metal with an air gap between the two layers. I like this because firebricks can crack and this is one thing less to worry about.





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