Getting the best results

As we all know the dreaded winter months are well and truly with us, so if you have a wood burning stove NOW is the time get prepared.

Ask yourself this, when was the last time you had your stove cleaned and serviced? If the answer is more than a year ago then you should act now to ensure your stove produces the heat required for your homes comfort.

If your thinking of installing a new stove it must comply with building regulations and the easiest way to do this is to use a qualified fitter. HETAS-registered installers deal with wood, solid-fuel and biomass domestic heating appliances and can self-certify that their work complies with building regulations, so it’s safe and legal. Read more

Get it right and save money

To enjoy using a log burner safely and responsibly it’s important to do your research. Think first about the size of area that needs to be heated and the style of burner you would like. It’s a very good idea to check the size and cost of logs you’ll need and whether you can buy them locally. Please also remember you will require an area to store your logs, preferably outdoors and dry. Damp logs are simply no good for your burner and need to be air dried for at least 18-24 months, damp logs will cause soot build up and create extra cleaning.

Creating warmth and style

One of the most desirable features and benefits of a wood burner is the heat output it provides. A wood burning stove provides a powerful heat source for your home, meaning that the room gets warm quickly and effectively.

There are wood burners available in a range of sizes and with varying energy output levels, so you can choose a model that is appropriate for the size of room to be heated. Read more