Installing a woodburner or solid fuel stove in your home
Woodburners and solid fuel stoves continue to grow in popularity, offering a cost effective way of heating your home. Burning wood, is largely carbon neutral so it’s also a greener means of heating your property than using fossil fuels.
Installing a wood burning stove is also a great way of adding character and a focal point in your home.
Whether your stove is a stand-alone installation in your existing property, or part of a wider heating system for a renovation or self build, it is essential to use a HETAS registered installer to ensure you get the best from your new installation and meet all regulations and safety requirements.
Is your home suitable for a woodburner or solid fuel stove?
Firstly you should check if there are any planning restrictions or lease terms that might restrict your options – is the property in an area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB) or listed? This aside, the majority of homes are suitable for a stove installation, or can be made suitable. If a house has a chimney, it is usually possible to fit a stove. If no chimney is present, a rigid flue system can be built, either straight up and through the roof, or out through the wall and up the side of the building.
What do we offer at Total Renewable Solutions?
- HETAS registered installer
- Professional advice on the right stove for your home
- Free inspection, quotation and advice
- All stove installations certified/registered with HETAS
- Stand alone stove installation
- Stove installation as part of wider package – integrating with your renewable technologies/underfloor heating
Integrate with renewable technologies
At Total Renewable Solutions we are experts in the installation of all renewable heating & microgeneration technologies and underfloor heating. While these technologies offer their own very individual benefits, it is when they are combined together into a full house system that the benefits and energy savings are amplified. Installing a woodburner or stove in your home can work extremely well as part of your full house system, helping you to get the maximum benefit from your installation.