Wood burning and Multifuel stoves are a stylish, economical and green way to heat your home and enjoy a fire.

 

We offer a full bespoke service from quote to full installation, whether you have a chimney or fireplace already.  We can supply a full range of stoves to suit your specific requirements and design. We manage every aspect including hearths, mantles, surrounds giving you your desired vision to enjoy.

 

All our stoves are Ecodesign ready and DEFRA approved for smokeless areas, ready for the new building regulations due in 2022.

 

We are fully HETAS registered to install both flexible and solid flue systems as well as stoves and pellet stoves.

 

HETAS is the official body recognised by Government to approve biomass and solid fuel heating appliances, fuels and services, including the registration of competent installers and servicing businesses. You can therefore be assured that our work is of the highest standard and that you have a peace of mind installation meeting all current standards.

 

All quotes are bespoke to incorporate your input and vision.

We offer a full design and build approach to your new fireplace and can help you identify, design, construct and install your dream fireplace today.

We can supply you with a range of stunning natural stone and manmade composite stone surrounds to suit your requirements and designs.  We also supply and fit natural and composite timber lintels and mantles.

We can supply and install a range of hearths to suit your requirements and to meet current regulations whether that be tiles, natural stone, concrete or even glass. We are often asked to provide bespoke hearths to specific design detail and our experience and expertise combined with your vision will give you the perfect result every time.

We are approved installers for all exodraft chimney fans and systems.

Problems lighting the fire occur in every fourth home with either a wood-burning stove or a fireplace. Some of the most common problems are:

Problems lighting the fire

If you have problems lighting the fire, it might be that you are using the wrong type of firewood or there is no chimney draught.Chimney fan for solid fuel

Chimney draught is created by the difference between the high chimney temperature and the low outside temperature. It can be difficult to light the fire, because the chimney is still cold during this process. The draught is therefore limited.

The firewood for lighting the fire has to be dry, and you have to start with small wood pieces when lighting the fire. By doing so, the fire will quickly grow, and create the heat necessary for a great chimney draught.

Smoke in the living room

The chimney draught is likely insufficient if smoke emerges from the stove/fireplace. If you own a well isolated house, especially with a cooker hood or ventilation system, the chimney draught can become too weak.

Another reason for smoke escaping the stove/fireplace is disproportion between the size of the stove/fireplace and the size of the chimney. It is important to know that natural draught can vary in accordance with the yearly outside temperature, and that it is influenced by the weather.

Factors such as the chimney height in relation to large buildings or similar structures in the vicinity can also influence the natural draught in a negative way. In some cases, it can create downdraught that may result in smoke spilling into the room.

The flames are dying

Good combustion needs a steady supply of air. It is the chimney’s job to remove smoke, and the chimney draught has to ensure fresh air in accordance with the amount of smoke the stove/fireplace generates.