Warm Up with 2012 Heating Event Days from Mole Valley Farmers
With the cold weather beginning to bite, you may well be thinking that the time has come to change the way you heat your home. In an age of soaring fuel bills, the incentive to invest in a wood stove has never been greater.
Devon (PRUnderground) January 12th, 2012
With the cold weather beginning to bite, you may well be thinking that the time has come to change the way you heat your home. In an age of soaring fuel bills, the incentive to invest in a wood stove has never been greater. Deciding which product is right for you can be a difficult and complicated process if you don’t know a great deal about heating appliances. Fortunately, a Mole Valley Farmers store near you will soon be hosting a Heating Event Day to help you make an informed decision.
At these events, you will not just benefit from great prices, but also from expert advice. At all of our Spring Heating Event Days, a number of knowledgeable members of staff will be on hand to assist you in choosing a stove or other heating appliance that is right for you. In-store demonstrations will allow you to see exactly how the product you are thinking of buying performs, meaning that you will leave our store with complete peace of mind.
As well as farm supplies, Mole Valley also offer great deals on a range of other products, and our stoves are no exception. Along with special offers on the day of the Heating Event itself, we are currently offering up to £70.00 off several of our most popular models. This includes the Hamlet Solution 5, which features an optional add in boiler for hot water, and the sophisticated Hunter Herald 5 Slimline Stove, which has a purpose-made shallow fuel bed, allowing for much more hearth space than you would usually find.
Mole Valley Farmers are second to none when it comes to supplying farm equipment, but our home department is just as committed to providing the best possible quality. Come to a Heating Event Day this spring and let us show you how easy it is to find a great value, superior stove to see you warmly through the winter months.
Mole Valley Farmers was started in 1960 by a small group of farmers around South Molton who were concerned by the discriminatory practices and the large margins being taken by many of their input suppliers. From the outset it was decided to treat all members equally, subject only to quantity allowance and that the Company would operate on the minimum margin to allow continuity and growth. Today it remains one of a few true co-operatives in the supply industry.