When it comes to installing your wood burning stove, there are a few health and safety factors that need to be taken into consideration, and ventilation is one of these.

All heating appliances that generate heat from the combustion of carbon-based fuels such as gas, oil and solid fuels including wood, require sufficient air from outside for complete combustion and to enable the flue to function.

Wood is an excellent source of renewable heat energy. But performance varies depending on the type of wood you burn.

Here we look at how to gain maximum efficiency from your wood burning stove by using the correct type of wood fuel.

 

HGS Home and Garden is a HETAS registered installer who supplies and installs woodburner stoves.


If you are thinking about buying a woodburner stove, then it will be wise to have a professional survey done as this will highlight any problems with the chimney or flue which may be issue for passing UK Building Regulations as well as designating the best location for the stove and what type of appliance will be best suited for your requirements.

 

Your guide to buying a wood burning stove

There’s nothing like the warmth of a real fire. A wood burning stove brings character and charm to any room. It’s also a practical and low maintenance way to reduce your heating bills.

However, there’s some confusion over the regulations surrounding wood burning stoves and what you need to take into consideration before you purchase one. As the price of wood burning stoves can vary greatly, here are a few tips to help you make the right choice when faced with a bewildering array of products.

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