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Moisture Meter

Jayline and Fisher Fires all come with a moisture meter to test if your wood is ready to burn.

Largest Window in Class

Customers have told us that heat output and a large fire window are two features they would like in their homes.

Soft Glide Ash Drawer

The Jayline FR Series is a New Zealand designed Fire with innovative features that will look great in any kiwi home.

15 Year Firebox Warranty

Jayline is pleased to extend your Jayline firebox Warranty to 15 years,
Register your fire here.

OUR WOOD FIRES FOR NEW ZEALAND CONDITIONS

Jayline FR300

 16kw
Soft Glide Ash Drawer
8mm Radiant Cook Top

Jayline FR400

 Largest Flame Window
Soft Glide Ash Drawer
20kw

Jayline SS200L

 14kw
Steel Cook Top
Compact Design

Jayline SS280P

 Optional 3.1kw Wetback (Clean Air)
Compact Design
Steel Cook Top

Jayline SS400

 19kw Radiant Heat
Leg Design
Steel Cook Top

Jayline Spitfire

 19kw Convection Heat
Compact Installation
Steel Cook Top

Jayline Walltherm

 NZ’s First Ultra Low Emission Burner
Heats 160-300 square meters
Italian Design & Styling

Jayline IS550

 Convection Maximiser Technology
Optional Zero Clearance Box
New Builds or Retrofit Insertions

Fisher Denniston

 Traditional Style 24kw Multifuel
Up to 5.4kw Wetback
Burn Wood , Coal or a Mix

Fisher Hanmer

 25kw Radiant Heat
Largest Wood Fire in NZ
Optional Clean Air Wetback

Warming Kiwis for over 40 years: New Zealanders have long held an affinity with wood fires as the primary choice for home heating, from open fireplaces in metro areas to the classic multi fuel cooking stoves more commonly found in rural properties. Clean Air rules are increasingly affecting high pollution areas around the country with regions such as Canterbury, Nelson, and more recently the Bay of Plenty all leaning towards Ultra Low Emission Burners as the future of Kiwi wood heating.

Wood Burner Trends and Technologies: Wherever you go in New Zealand there are fireplaces of varying sizes and features, one thing that has remained constant is the importance of matching the wood fire to the dimensions of the home. As our heat retention improves with advances in insulation, multi-level glazing, and air tightness; we have seen a reduction in the heating requirement for new homes across the spectrum. Jayline are leading ULEB technology and now bring you the Low Emission FR Series which maximises features that are most sought after by customers, including a Soft Glide Ash Drawer, 8mm Cooktop, and large flame window all at a great value price.

Ultra Low Emission Burners: The Jayline Walltherm introduced New Zealanders to Ultra Low Emission technology in 2015 and since this launch, more ULEB options have come on sale. The ULEB technology we see in New Zealand employs a down draft flame technology which incinerates smoke and emissions resulting in a cleaner burn and increased heat output per kg of fuel. Residents in Auckland, Hamilton, Rotorua, Palmerston North, Wellington, Nelson, Christchurch, Queenstown & Dunedin have welcomed the Walltherm ULEB technology and european styling with great feedback.

Jayline Wood Fire Features: All Jayline freestanding wood stoves come with a radiant cooktop. The firebox and baffle construction is a uniform 6mm steel supported with masonry firebricks. Jayline offer a range of models with output from 14kW in the SS200 – ideal for heating a single room or a compact home; through to the massive Hanmer at 25kW – well suited to the local woodsman or lumberjack with a good wood supply. To find out more about the versatile scope of Jayline wood fires, find the store nearest you.​

Warming Kiwis for over 40 years: New Zealanders have long held an affinity with wood fires as the primary choice for home heating, from open fireplaces in metro areas to the classic multi fuel cooking stoves more commonly found in rural properties. Clean Air rules are increasingly affecting high pollution areas around the country with regions such as Canterbury, Nelson, and more recently the Bay of Plenty all leaning towards Ultra Low Emission Burners as the future of Kiwi wood heating.