Wood Heating.

Central Coast Bricks & Heating have the Largest showroom on the Central Coast from the moment you step inside you will feel comfort from the natural warmth of one of the 12 working models and over 50 display models.

We have a minimum of two wood fires in operation every day so you can understand how a traditional wood fire preforms. Purchasing a wood fire can quite easily becoming a daunting process coming to a store that has 40 years industry experience we will help to work out what’s important for example efficiency, burn time, design, clearances & heating capacity.
One of our heating specialists will then walk through with you all the available options for your home. Our service does not stop there should you require an in-home consultation with our qualified Installer we will arrange that for you too!

Established in 1981 Central Coast Bricks & Heating has had enough time to work out the Brands you will want in your home Proudly showcasing Australian Made brands such as Jindara,Nectre&Kemlan.

And international Brands such as Lopi, Pacific Energy, Regency, Blaze, Lacunza, Kent, Visionline, Quadrafire, Vermont Castings, Maxi heat, True North, Pyroclassic, Jetmaster, Yunca & Charnwood.

Central Coast Bricks & Heating also specializes in Traditional wood fire Stoves so if better cooking and a cozier home is more your style come in and view our range of ESSE cookers.

Wood fires sure have come a long way in the 42 years we have been open! The Ultra modern and HUGE Axis Woodfires are sure to turn heads with the Largest woodfire in Australia come have a look we have it in store.


  •  What is the size of the area you need to heat?
  •  Open plan or small rooms connected by hall-ways?
  •  What is the height of the room the wood heater will be in?
  •  Are your ceilings flat or at an angle?
  •  What type of floor coverings are in the room?
  •  What material is the roof made from? Tiled, metal, pitched, flat etc.
  •  Where will the heater be located? Internal or external wall, corner or flat against the wall or in an existing chimney.
  •  What materials are the walls made from?
  •  Do you have curtains nearby?
  •  What is the height of the gap in the roof space? Are there any obstructions such as beams that may require an offset?
  •  What is the distance from the peak of the roof to the point where the flue will exit?
  •  Are there power points located nearby for the fan?
  •  Is your home single or double storey?