Are Wood burning stoves The Way Forward?

Why wood burning stoves?

Wood burning stoves are becoming more popular as the threat of increased heating bills become reality. Here are just three reasons why you may wish to install one in your house. Read more

All Round Value On Wood burning stoves

Wood burning stoves equal all round value

Buying a wood-burning stove is a relatively big decision, but besides the potential money-saving aspect, their legions of fans swear by the cosy feeling that one brings to a home. Not getting all romantic about it, we are drawn to an open fire and the there’s a different feel to wood-burning than there is to oil or gas.

Wood burning stoves have enjoyed a huge surge in popularity of late, becoming a must-have addition for chic homes and certainly, there’s a lot to love about them. They look great and, in addition to being a design focal point in any room, they run at an 80pc efficiency, which means lower fuel bills. Read more

Avoid Rising Heating Bills!

Great value stoves

A wood burning stove can be a great focal point in your living room, creating a warm, cosy feel. It can also be a practical way to cut or avoid rising heating bills – a recent survey of 1,000 stove owners showed 74% believe getting a stove had saved them money on fuel costs. If you can source a good wood supply at a low price the savings you can make on your heating bills will be very beneficial. One of our clients from last year said “we installed our burner last October and the savings we made on our heating costs were substantial”. “We found a local supplier of matured logs at a good price and the savings followed”. Read more

Getting Maximum Efficiency From Your Stove

Is your stove delivering maximum efficiency?
The far higher efficiency delivered by advanced certified stoves is definitely relevant in day-to-day use. On average, the new stoves are about one-third more efficient than the old box, pot belly, or step stoves of yesteryear.
That’s one-third less cost if you buy firewood, or one-third less cutting, hauling and stacking if you cut your own. Read more