I really like this little stove with its large glass window, in fact the stove is mostly window, so you get a really good view of the fire – Always a most attractive feature in any stove. This is the Parkray Aspect 5 which comes in Multi-Fuel Stove and wood-burning varieties. I sweep an awful lot of these Parkray Aspect 5 stoves, the vast majority of which have been installed by Cut Maple Stoves from New England Sturma. I recently swept this multi-fuel example of the Parkray Aspect 5 stove at an address in Haverhill.
Parkray Stoves are now part of the Hunter Stove Group. Hunter Stoves was founded in the West Country in 1970 and now manufacture their stoves at a site near Exeter. Hunter bought the Parkray company in 2003 and absorbed the brand into its product range. In 2008 Hunter Stoves bought a site a Camelford in Cornwall as a research and development department, but they now produce some stoves there as well. In 2015 the company rebranded as the Hunter Stoves Group and now produce such brands as; Herald, HS Gas, Di Lusso, Avalon, Cleanburn, Eco-ideal and Parkray.