It has been a busy year with the launch of a new brochure and website and we are delighted to write to you with news of product updates and new colours for 2020.
Everyone is becoming more ecologically conscious and sustainability has become increasingly important to us all. Everhot have been a carbon negative manufacturer for as long as we have been making cookers. In March, planting commenced on our 14 acre re-wilding project, and with a further 27 acres planned later in the year both sites will compliment the 10,000 trees we planted in 2012 and will ensure our future as a carbon negative company.
Although our cookers are built to last a lifetime and remain the most efficient heat storage range cookers available, we constantly strive to make the cookers more efficient. With the clocks about to change and spring in the air many of our customers will start thinking about using the timed ECO function to reduce heat in their kitchen and reduce power consumption.
Enhanced ‘ECO’ flexibility and savings
We are pleased to announce that all cookers ordered after April 1st will be delivered with our new oven delay timer as an enhanced feature of the ECO setting.
This feature introduces the ability to have the hotplate and ovens heat up separately rather than all at the same time. The hotplate will be ready for the obligatory morning coffee and rounds of toast while the oven delay feature allows the heat up of the ovens to be delayed by up to 12 hours and can be set individually for each day of the week.
A 3 hour delay will be standard on our factory ECO timed setting however for customers wishing to have all cooking zones heating at the same time they can simply choose no delay.
In addition to the added flexibility and potential reduction in running costs this feature further enhances our compatibility with renewables as it reduces the peak load during heat up, perfect for customers with solar panels.
New Colours for 2020
For April 2020 we are pleased to introduce 2 new colours, Dusky Blue and Pillar Box Red.
Blue hues are very on trend and if the success of our Marine Blue is anything to go by we think the Dusky Blue will be a popular choice.
By popular demand we are pleased to add pillar box red to the colour range. Over the years this has been a request time and time again, with some of our more daring colours proving more popular than expected and the limited availability of red tones offered by other manufacturers we think this will be a great addition to the range.
A GOLFER has won perhaps the highest cash prize awarded in amateur golf after hitting a hole in one at a Whitefield club.
Alex Radcliffe, aged 27, from Radcliffe who has been a member of the Stand Golf Club for 13 years achieved the feat on the course’s 13th hole.
The hole is sponsored by Burning Desire Fireplace Centre, Ramsbottom, so that any amateur golfer getting a hole in one would receive £1,000.
Mr Radcliffe said: “I was having a bit of a shocker of a round actually. That was my only good shot.
“Everyone has been really chuffed for me – even my Dad, who is also a member at Stand, who could hear me cheering from the 18th.
“I knew that Burning Desire had put the prize on that hole but didn’t know if I qualified for it.
“Thanks to Burning Desire I think I will take the missus away on holiday to celebrate.”
Ben Armstrong, managing director of Burning Desire Fireplace Centre, and a member at Stand Golf Club for over 33 years, said: “We are delighted Alex has won the prize. Not every golfer gets to hit a hole in one during their career let alone win £1,000 for doing so.”
A recent survey has highlighted that over 40% of wood bought from garage forecourts is too wet for use in open fires / stoves.