Local guys turn heat up a notch
EVERYONE needs heat but not everyone does it like MWF.
For nearly 50 years the iconic local business has been the go-to for all your heating needs.
Family owned and run, the team at MWF Plumbing can cater to your desires. They’ve got a massive range of options, from big to small, to a little bit luxurious.
For heating your home outdoors, they offer a variety of gas and electric outdoor patio heaters.
Winter is no excuse not to entertain outdoors with fantastic Rinnai portable outdoor electric panel heaters perfect for warming up a barbecue area.
For warming up your indoor areas MWF have a large range of inbuilt and free-standing wood fire heaters from Clean Air, Saxon, Kent, Kemlan and Scandia on their showroom floor now.
Kent have a brand new range out with a newer slimline design and the store also have new Scandia bakers ovens on display.
There’s all different sizes of heaters available and they heat specific square meterage to whatever the customer prefers
MWF has all your maintenance products. Flue brushes, all different styles of hearths, from stone to slate to tiled. There’s all different types of fire screens and styles of different fire tool sets as well.
There’s a little more variety in colour choices now for the heaters. Where it only used to be ironbark, they now have metallic black and a silver too. There are new colour ranges for the hearths as well.
There are large and small heaters available in all brands so to size up the right one for your home, visit the team and their burning display at 62 Maryland St, Stanthorpe.
They deliver, install and service all the products sold including cleaning and clearing the flues to ensure they are in proper working order.
The team is happy to provide a free measure and quote for all heater installations.
For the latest news and special offers, visit the MWF Plumbing Facebook page, their webiste mwfplumbing.com.au, phone 4681 1000 or email email@example.com.
HOT NEW RANGE: MWF Plumbing staffers Tony Ezz and Phil Testa with co-owner Michael Torrisi (left).