fuelled heating (BIOMASS)
Heating your home with wood/Biomass
A wood fuelled heating
system enables you live in a warm welcoming home that respects the
environment, improves your homes energy rating and can even save you money.
Heating your home with wood sees a return to a traditional way of generating
heat by using fire providing a delightful addition to a room. Compared to an open hearth fire today’s
modern appliances have much to offer being cleaner, greener and highly
efficient by burning logs/pellets in an enclosure where airflow is
restricted. Incorporating the latest
and best clean burn technologies, today’s stoves not only look great but heat
your home in a highly efficient manner.
The natural heat
generated by your fire can, if correctly sized and installed provide all of
your heating and hot water. Thermostatic valves offer temperature control and adjustment to suit
your requirements. Below are some of
the options available.
Traditional wood burning Stoves
Ideally suited as a
secondary heat source to provide space heating for a single or multiple
rooms, Today’s clean burning stoves burn wood at maximum efficiency and
output low emissions allowing a clear view of the fire. A range of boiler stoves are available
which have the added benefit of providing hot water for your home.
A boiler stove that
will not only heat the room but the provide hot water and heat to radiators
and under floor heating throughout the home. If you prefer to keep your current boiler but wish to enjoy the added
benefit of a log burning stove these can be fitted to work in conjunction
with your current system. A H2 Link
up controls the balance between the solid fuel appliance and your boiler
ensuring that when the stove is up to temperature all the energy is
efficiently distributed to the hot water and central heating system, only
calling on the automatic boiler to top up when needed.
Stand alone pellet stove
These can provide space
heating to a single room. Alternatively several rooms can be heated by channelling air up to 8
metres away The hot air generated is perfectly clean as it crosses a washable
Pellet boiler stove
A pellet stove will
providing hot water and heat to radiators and under floor heating throughout
your home this is an ideal solution if you wish to do away with your current
boiler completely and heat your home solely with pellets. With the addition
of Solar heating to provide water you could look forward to meeting your future
heating and hot water requirements solely through renewable energy.
Biomass boilers are
relatively simple in principle and use wood pellets, logs, chips and numerous
other bio fuels. A modern biomass boiler has the same or higher levels of
technology when compared with a typical fossil fuel boiler and can be up to