Multi-Fuel and Wood Burning Stove Installation in Dorset, Somerset, Hampshire and Surrounding AreasDo you need help with installing your wood burning stove Dorset, Somerset, Weymouth, Dorchester, Portland? These are some of the places that we install wood burning stoves. Wood burning stove installations by our HETAS registered stove fitters really make a difference to the planet and your home by heating your home efficiently and more cost effectively.
We are chimney lining company who specialise in fixing chimney problems. We are experts in wood burning stoves installation and can cost the job for you with a free site survey, to help you choose the best wood burning stove for us to install in your home.
The best size can be discussed along with design of the wood burning stove, whether we install a contemporary wood burning stove or help you fit a traditional wood burning stove, your installation will change your life by keeping you nice and warm and help save you money. Having a wood burning stove installation is an eco-friendly way of heating your home with a carbon neutral wood burning stove. Why not have our help and guidance and have us fit a wood burning stove into 2 rooms down stairs and turn your heating off?
Our Hetas registered wood burning stove fitters install wood burning stove flues into your existing chimney using twin wall flexible liners. After fitting your log burner or multi fuel stove, our HETAS fitters will sign off the wood burning stove installation with HETAS stove fitting regulations. Our chimney lining engineers will guide you through the stove installation on the day of fitting and show you how the stove works. We also leave a wood burning stove or log burner guide to help you correctly season your stove over 3 consecutive fires, increasing the fuel each time so as to cure the stove and fire cements.
We can install a wood burning stove in any room and in any property or building and make sure the installation conforms to section J of building regulations. We can advise and suggest the best stove for the room with regard to heat into the room and have a wide range of stoves available. We also fit pre-bought stoves.
Installing a stove with a flexible liner is better for the stove, as metal conducts heat quicker the stove will start to draw properly. The faster the flue gases the less creosote build-up will be created in the flue. Creosote is made from the build-up of soot, both are flammable and in severe cases can set on fire. Fitting stoves onto flexible liners means that the stove will not puff smoke into the room when there is very windy weather.
By installing your stove with a flexible lining system, you have the peace of mind that the liner is guaranteed for 10 years, unlike your chimney. In fact studies on some 80% of chimneys would fail a pressure test. When installing a stove into a chimney flue that does not have a lining system, there is no guarantee the chimney will pass its sweeping test each year, resulting in a leaking chimney being created by the recent annual sweeping brushing away the lime mortar in the chimney flue.