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Installation of wood burning & multi-fuel stoves

Certified by HETAS: Your Trusted Installation Experts

Being certified by HETAS, we provide more than just an extensive selection of wood burner stoves to our valued clients. 


Our commitment extends to ensuring impeccable installations that meet the highest industry standards. Our dedicated team strives to offer expert guidance, assisting our customers in selecting the ideal stove to match their specific needs. Whether it's suggesting the optimal wood burner or a versatile multi-fuel stove, we're here to help.
Conducting a comprehensive evaluation of your property, we guarantee a seamless fit for your new or replacement stove. Our reputation is built upon delivering a comprehensive and exceptional service that encompasses every aspect of the process.

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FAQs about Wood Burning Stoves

Curious about wood burning stoves ?

We've got answers to some of the most frequently asked questions to help you make an informed decision.

  • Are wood-burning stoves energy efficient?

    Wood-burning stoves can be highly energy efficient when used correctly. Modern designs are engineered for optimal heat output and combustion, making them an eco-friendly heating choice.

  • What kind of wood is best for burning?

    Dry hardwoods like oak, maple, and birch are excellent choices. They burn longer and produce more heat compared to softwoods. It's important to use well-seasoned wood to prevent excess creosote buildup.

  • Do wood-burning stoves require a chimney?

    Yes, wood-burning stoves need a chimney or flue system to vent the smoke and gases produced during combustion. Proper installation is essential to ensure safe and effective operation.

  • Can I cook on a wood-burning stove?

    Many wood-burning stoves are designed with a flat cooking surface on top. You can cook simple meals and warm food using this surface. Some stoves even have ovens for baking.

  • How often should I clean my stove's chimney?

    Regular chimney cleaning is crucial to prevent chimney fires. Depending on usage, it's recommended to clean the chimney at least once a year or more frequently if needed.

  • Do wood-burning stoves contribute to air pollution?

    Modern wood-burning stoves are designed to be more efficient and produce fewer emissions compared to older models. Proper operation and using dry, well-seasoned wood also help minimize pollution.

  • Can I install a wood-burning stove myself?

    Installing a wood-burning stove is a complex task that requires careful consideration of safety and building codes. It's recommended to hire a certified professional for proper installation.

  • How do I ensure safety when using a wood-burning stove?

    Safety is paramount. Place the stove on a non-combustible surface, keep flammable materials away, use a screen or door guard, and have a fire extinguisher nearby. Regular maintenance and inspections are essential too.

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