Esse’s factory on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales is steeped in stove building history and it is here at the Ouzledale Works where every Esse stove is born. Esse have an on site museum that bears testament to their unrivalled heritage.
Every Esse stove is made by people who understand stoves, who understand what it means to rely on a stove in a demanding and remote, rural location. Who know how to work skilfully with metals to produce thoroughbred stoves that proform exceptionally well. Stoves that can stand continual thermal shock year after year. Stoves that are hand built to last a lifetime.
Every Esse stove can trace its ancestry all the way back to 1854. Now as then they represent the very best in stove design and capability. The knowledge acquired over 150 years is used daily and it is Esse’s on going quest to develpo new products and enhancements that continue to improve the enjoyment, reliability and efficiency which generations of Esse people have experienced.
Esse make solid fuel and wood burning stoves from 3kW to over 18kW, boiler models for central heating , Free standing and Inset stoves and Radiation and Convector stoves (Convector stoves were pioneered by Esse back in Victorian times).
The most popular of the current Esse stoves in the Esse 100 multi-fuel stove, with a heat output of 5kW it is idea for small to medium sized rooms and doesn’t require an air vent fitted within the room. With its large air washed glass window it offers an unrivalled view of the flickering flames created by Esse’s Afterburn system.
Esse now also produce the Esse 100 suitable for use within a smoke controlled area.