With the growing demand for renewable energy solutions, solid fuel and biomass appliances such as wood burner stoves are becoming more popular. However, it’s important to ensure these appliances work safely and efficiently and that installation and servicing are carried out by a properly trained and registered person.

HETAS is a not-for-profit organisation that approves biomass and solid fuel heating appliances, fuels and services, including the registration of competent installers and servicing businesses.

Wood burner stoves are often seen as traditional, even old-fashioned. Yet over the years, advances in technologies have meant that they’re now more efficient in terms of heat output and also safer and easier to use than ever before.

And with a vast array of designs to choose from, they’ve also become more visually appealing.

Wood burner stoves are a great way of reducing your energy bills and using a renewable fuel. However, if you intend to open up your fireplace to install a stove, there are a number of points to consider.

You may think that if you don’t have a chimney in your home you can’t install a woodburning stove. But think again.

You can still enjoy woodburner stoves in rooms without chimneys as long as you install a flue pipe system and ensure you have adequate ventilation.

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