Boyles Patio and Stove Centre Tralee

 Tralee   066 7126119

 Cork       021 2061899

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  • Black Limestone Paving and Building Stone

    Black Limestone Paving and Building Stone

    Boyles Patio Centre is a family run business and a leading supplier of hard landscaping and natural stone products, located in Tralee, Co. Kerry.

  • Morso Stoves

    Morso Stoves

    The Morso range is one of the finest on the market with over 160 years experience. To choose a Morso stove is to make a choice for life.

  • Sandstone Paving and Windsor Walling

    Sandstone Paving and Windsor Walling

    We have a fabulous range of Patio and Driveway products for you to choose from and supply to private, commercial and industrial markets.

  • The Dru Cosmos Stove

    The Dru Cosmos Stove

    The DRU motto is ‘designed to be different’, which reflects the distinctive designs of its modern gas fires and the innovative technology behind all of its products.

  • Morso Outdoor Living Range

    Morso Outdoor Living Range

    Morso Outdoor Living Range, beautiful products to enrich the summer evenings. Pizza & Outdoor Oven, Fire Pit, Grill and Outdoor Fireplace

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Boyles PatiosBoyles Patios

We are a leading supplier of hard landscaping and natural stone products. We supply to private, commercial and industrial markets. Whether you're a home owner, architect, engineer, paving contractor, building contractor, developer or builders merchant we have got the patio solution you're looking for.

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Patio Range

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Boyles StovesBoyles Stoves

We have a vast range of stoves including Woodburning Stoves, Multifuel Stoves and Boiler Stoves. We are stockists for a wide variety of quality manufacturers including Nibe, Morso, Stratford, Aarrow and Dru. With choices from traditional to contemporary we have something to suit everyone at Boyle's.

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Stove Range

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outdoor living brochure

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how does a stove work

Wood burns from the top down, and burns best sitting on a bed of ash, with it’s combustion air coming from the top. A wood burning stove needs two things to work efficiently.

Firstly, it needs heat and so it will often be lined with firebricks, but also it is helped by sitting on a bed of ash, as the ash acts as an insulator, directing the heat upwards, into the fire.

Secondly, it needs combustion air from the top, in the form of a good supply of oxygen. There are two types of air intake. Primary Air is the air usually taken in through a control at a low level at the front of the stove to maintain combustion. It is the best way to control a stove burning solid fuels, and is only needed to start a wood burning stove, as once the fire is burning well, it will not need primary air. This control can be adjusted to regulate the air coming into the firebox. Secondary air is a stream of warm air that ignites the unburnt gases, which is known as secondary combustion. This control is typically above the door or to the top of the front of the stove. Secondary air flows downwards along the glass giving a warm air film which helps to keep the glass from blackening. This is known as ‘airwash’. Once the fire is lit a wood burning stove works best by controlling air using the secondary air control.