We offer an extensive range of stoves including freestanding, inset and boiler models.
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Stove supply and installation packages
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All prices below include a standard 10m 316/316 stainless steel flexible liner, standard stove pipe, adapter, register plate, pot hanging cowl, Carbon Monoxide monitor, Data Plate, HETAS Certification
Wood-burning and Multifuel stoves are the latest must have home feature and are an efficient and cost-effective heating system for the home. With more rises in gas, electricity and oil prices, people are looking at ways to cut their bills. Every home’s different but we’re told a woodburner or multifuel stove can save up to 30% on fuel bills. Overall, homeowners see a woodburner as an investment. Multi-fuel stoves can burn wood, smokeless fuel and coal and can be installed into 99% of homes, you don’t necessarily need a chimney either! Our stylish inset stoves are ideal for homes where space may be limited while our double sided stoves are perfect for heating two rooms simultaneously. The possibilities are vast and so is the choice. Whatever the size and location of your home, whether you have a heating system already in place, we have the perfect stove for you!
The Free Site Survey consits of:
  • Visual inspection of chimney flue system
  • Measurement of flue run
  • Inspection and measurement of builders openings (fireplace)
  • Inspection of Lintel
  • Inspection and measurement of constructional hearth
  • Correct positioning of stove if freestanding
  • Measurement of room size and stove output required
  • Advice on type of stove suitable for room
Modern technology and designs mean that stove manufacturers now produce stoves to suit almost every home and style from the traditional to ultra modern, free standing to inset units. We are able to offer a massive selection of stoves from some of the best manufacturers around.
As a general rule, most stoves require 600mm clearance from any combastable material, including plaster board and wall paper, a non combustible hearth (stone or glass being the most popular) and free air space around and behind the stove to aid in the burning process.
A brick built chimney is not required in all homes as internal or external twin wall flue systems can be used as a replacement.
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