As a HETAS registered company we can oversee all aspects of your Stove installation. Multi-Fuel Stoves can be a great addition to any house and most existing chimney systems can be easily adapted to accommodate a stove with the use of a flexible flue liner. Some advantages of Multi-Fuel Stoves include...
If an incident like a storm cuts out the local power, you’ll still have a toasty fire to huddle around.
Your Choice of Fuel
With a multi-fuel stove, you can burn a variety of fuels to suit your needs and preferences, from logs to smokeless and eco-friendly solid fuels. You don’t have to be dependent on the price and service of a power company.
Solid fuels burn at a very high temperature, and usually for a very long time. A fire burning in the living room will often heat the rooms surrounding and above it as well. More environmentally friendly fuels are also undergoing constant development, so you can worry less about pollution and your carbon footprint.
Solid fuel heating can significantly reduce condensation, and the damp and mould that can occur as a result. Unlike other systems, there is no on/off facility to cause sudden temperature changes.
Certain stoves may require extra ventilation to be added to your property, allowing the chimney to pull fresh air through the house and remove polluted air simultaneously.
Beat Rising Energy Costs
Solid fuel manufacturers aren’t raking in the billions of pounds in profit that conventional energy companies are reported to, yet we always endeavour to keep fuel prices as low, and as fair as possible.
Smokeless Zone Safe
If you live in a smokeless area (or if your area ever became one) there are a variety of smokeless fuels for you to burn on your multi-fuel stove.
Off the Grid
Some people living in rural or outlying areas have no access to a gas main. A multi-fuel stove is a fantastic option compared with the hassle of getting connected.
You really can’t beat a roaring fire on a cold winter's day – especially when it’s snowing.