Safety & Efficiency of your wood stove is vital.

A professionally fitted wood burning stove can save you hundreds on annual fuel bills but do make sure your new burner is suitable for your home.

One thing is for sure if you have a stove fitted and you are selling your property the buyer is likely to want to see a certified certificate for the installation of the stove.

Homes with a certified fitted boiler can be worth a lot more money when selling, also bear in mind some insurance companies will not accept the risk unless the stove has been professionally fitted.

Wood stoves and the environment

The last 12 months has seen more people installing wood stoves than ever before. Mainly due to the cost savings they can provide. One question our fitters are always asked is how environmentally friendly are they? Read more

Time for change in 2021?

In these hard and strange times the need to save money on our heating bills becomes ever more important.

Time for change in 2021?

There is little doubt the winter period increases our outgoings considerably.  Perhaps this is the time to look at what you spend heating your property in the cold months, it is likely you will be shocked.

We all know heating costs are forever rising, do take a little time out to investigate if a wood burner could save you money. Initial costs can be prohibitive but in the long run you will save an awful lot of money as wood is fairly constant in price. Read more

Wood burning stove plus points

There is nothing better on a cold winter’s night than breaking out the logs and cranking up the wood burner.

Stoves come in all shapes and sizes these days and there is sure to be one to match your wishes. Energy prices are on the rise so installing a wood burning stove could be an answer to keeping them under control.

Here are a few things you should know before you get one. Read more

Heating bills set to increase again

It is being muted that fuel bills are set to rise significantly in the near future. The Brexit talks are complete, and the pound remains at a low ebb, this means imported fuels cost more and you can guess who has to foot the bill!!

The price rises are expected to be in the region of between 6% and 10%, at least for electricity, which means your energy bills could take a definite hit. The impact on a typical household bill could be an extra £100 plus a year.

Research shows that an average family are spending over £150 per month just heating a 3-bedroomed house, just imagine this increasing by 10% and how that will affect your family budget. Read more