Sales of wood burning stoves continue to increase month on month as the UK public look for ways to reduce their heating bills. As the pound unfortunately gets weaker the cost of imported fuel rises, with the uncertain time ahead the UK public are turning to alternative ways of heating.
Installing a wood stove could go a long way to solving some of the issues. Using a wood burner as back up heating really makes sense as the heat generated can help reduce central heating cost massively.
Coronavirus and Kent Stoves
In these hard and strange times the need to save money on our heating bills becomes ever more important. With this in mind we are taking survey appointments for the future and as soon as the lockdown is relaxed we will contact you with proposed dates.
Always get a registered installer
The installation of a wood burner 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 is safe and legal.
Need some help?
If you are looking to install a new burner or want your existing one serviced please do make contact and one of our fully qualified (HETAS registered) fitters will be pleased to assist.