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With the ever rising costs of electricity, oil and gas, it's no surprise that many people are turning to wood fuel to reduce their heating bills. Figures from the Biomass Energy Centre show that you can save up to 75% by switching to  wood fuel (figs: Feb 2014).

 

 

 

 

 

 

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You will be surprised how much heat a good stove can produce and how far that heat can spread through your house. Many of our customers use thier stove as a primary heat source for a lot of the Winter, only using the central heating when it gets really cold.

 

Using a stove to help heat your house during the winter months simply involves leaving the doors open throughout the house to allow the heat to spread through your home.

 

 

Many older homes often have a room or 2 that can be very cold in the winter. It can be difficult to insulate these rooms and upgrading your whole central heating system can be very expensive. Installing a wood burning stove in a cold room can often be the answer.  

 

As a guide a wood burning stove with a nominal output of 8 kW could give you over 10 kW's of heat or the equivalent output of 5 large double radiators.

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A B O U T

Fuel

Logs

Gas

LPG

Oil

Electricity

per Kw

4p

5p

7p

7p

15p

Saving

n/a

20%

43%

43%

75%

H E A T  A  C O L D  R O O M

W H Y  B U Y  A  W O O D  B U R N I N G  S T O V E

H E A T  Y O U R  H O U S E

why should I buy a wood burning stove?