Rais Stoves – Steel, Development and Superior Design
The Rais Stoves factory, founded by the Ørskov family, initially manufactured traditional machine components. In the 1990s, it was acquired by the Swiss company Attika. The name change to RAIS A/S marked the beginning of a new era.
Rais state their driving force is “constant development and quality
without compromise. All of which results in exclusive, eye-catching solutions which cannot be found anywhere else.” It’s true, their designs are something quite special.
Today RAIS has around 90 employees developing, designing and manufacturing wood burning stoves and accessories. The company exports nearly 90 percent of its products to Western Europe and the United States.
This year’s major release from Rias is the new Viva series, which sets a new standard for just how much the customer can influence the design of their woodburner. The customer is co-designer.
Looking for a wood stove, gas, electric or multi fuel stove?
Every stove customer has a unique set of requirements, and with our 50 years of experience and expertise we can help you make informed decisions, whether you are looking for a wood stove, gas, electric or multifuel stove. It is our aim to demonstrate as many different types of stove as possible in our showroom, so that our customers can experience them first hand.
The best way to choose a stove is to see it in person – our experts can help you decide which products will suit your requirements, and your home, whether you are looking for a contemporary, minimalist, ornate or traditional model. Call us now to discuss your requirements on 01727 823326 or come in and view our extensive range in our stove showroom.
Wood burning stoves are one of the most environmentally friendly ways of heating your home – we are approved suppliers for top brands such as Nordpeis, Rocal, Barbas, Stovax, Hwam, Scan, Rais, Yeoman, Dovre and Jotul to name a few – we also supply carbon neutral wood fuel and kiln dried logs sourced from sustainable managed British woodland & by products from local sawmills.