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HETAS registered installers

When it comes to installing a brand-new stove, it is often best to request the help of a professional. A stove is an investment you don’t want to get wrong – an incorrectly installed stove could not only perform badly but could also be dangerous.

Contacting a HETAS installer is the best way to get your stove fitted properly. Since any changes to your chimney is considered building work, there are a number of building regulations that you will need to adhere to.

The benefit of having a HETAS installer fit your stove is that they already know every wood burning stove regulation, saving you the headache of reading up on them yourself! Read more

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Rising fuel bills are on the way 

Due to rising fuel bills homeowners are seeking different cost-effective heating options. Wood burning stoves are a very real alternative. These days wood burners offer an impressive range of options to meet your home’s needs. Long gone are the days when wood burners were seen as an ugly and dirty heating source.

Plus points of a wood burning stove

  • The net fuel cost is cheaper than heating oil, natural gas, and electricity.
  • Wood sourced locally can be free
  • Fuel in the form of logs, wood chips, brush clippings is renewable, and sustainable.

If you combine these advantages along with the elegance a wood burner brings to your home its worth considering without doubt. Read more

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Wood stoves are the economical heating solution with many benefits

Wood-burning stoves have been riding the crest of the wave in the past few years and have proved extremely popular in the UK and Europe alike.

Both efficient and practical, stoves have become a really viable heating solution. Their owners are also able to make real energy savings which is crucial in today’s economy.

Electric and Gas prices are on the increase yet again which is even more reason to consider your heating options.

It is also a fact that a property with a professionally fitted wood stove can be worth up to 5% more.  Read more

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Wood stoves and the environment, how good are they?

One question our fitters are always asked is how environmentally friendly are they?  The green benefits of burning wood are gaining wider and wider support. Burning wood cleanly only releases the same amount of CO2 into the atmosphere as from a tree when it is left to rot naturally as it would do at the end of its lifecycle. What is more, harvested trees are replaced with new trees, which in turn absorb CO2 in the process of photosynthesis as they grow. So in short, good!

A HETAS registered fitter is fully trained in fitting and able to give advice as to the most suitable wood burning stove for the area to be heated. Read more