Heating bills will not stop rising.

Time to take action to save in the long term???

Please do not put off making an appointment due to the coronavirus problems as our order book for the summer months is already filling fast. This is due to homeowners wishing to have independent heating and in turn reduced costs.

Installing a stove can obviously save you money and is something to consider for the future. Make sure you do your homework before deciding as selecting the wrong model for your home could have a detrimental effect.

If you decided to install a new heating machine always get expert advice from a (HETAS Registered) engineer, normally free of charge and essential for total efficiency.

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

Heating fuel bills are expected to rise in the region of between 5% 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 £164 per month just heating a 3-bedroomed house, just imagine this increasing by 10% and how that will affect your family budget.  A wood burning stove could be the answer to reducing these potential rises.

A wood burning stove is a highly efficient source of heat delivering over 80% economy in many cases. The new generation of stoves are clean and very easy to use making them a must for the majority of homes. A wood burner can be up to 75% cheaper to run than an electric heater and 29% cheaper than a gas effect fire.

Like to discuss your options?

If you are looking to install a new wood burning appliance please do make contact and one of our qualified fitters (HETAS Registered) will be happy to guide you.