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As the price of natural gas has gone up, through the last few years, we have seen a big increase in the demand for renewable and sustainable ways of heating our homes, this has seen us to understand the market, and add this service, with the peace of mind that all our work is guaranteed and we are a registered HETAS installer, which on completion of works, all the information, that is required to be sent to building control, is immediately done, providing you with all the required certifications as you need, in the event of moving or selling your home
Note: Offer is only valid between May and August.
• Low running costs – Solid fuel is an efficient and economical method of heating your home 24 hours a day.
• The healthy option – Solid fuel heating can greatly reduce condensation, eliminating household mould often associated with ‘on/off’ fires. Medical research has also shown that solid fuel heating can reduce the risk of hay fever, asthma and eczema.
Homes with solid fuel heating are better ventilated than those with other forms of heating; the very use of a chimney will induce ventilation into a home drawing in fresh air and removing the ‘polluted’ air.
• Wide range of fuels – From coal to smokeless, there’s a solid fuel to suit your appliance in all parts of the country.
• Convenient and easy to use – Modern pre-set controls keep your home at the desired temperature throughout the day
Guaranteed heat – With solid fuel heating you can hold stock, ensuring that your home will be warm even in the most adverse weather conditions. Whatever the weather, you don’t need to worry about supply failures or power cuts. You can even boil a kettle on a flat-top stove.
The Right Fuel – Choosing the right fuel for your heating appliance ensures excellent performance and economic usage. From an open fire, heating a single room, to a boiler providing central heating for an entire house, there is a solid fuel system and a fuel designed to meet your needs. The comprehensive range of heating appliances currently available has been developed to allow you to gain the full benefit from solid fuel.
Open Fires – All open fires will burn house coal and some smokeless fuels. House coal is available in various sizes and an Approved Coal Merchant will give you details about the qualities available. Coal or wood must not be burnt in Smoke Control Areas.
The larger sized manufactured smokeless fuels are ideal for open fires, while open fires with fan assistance or under-floor draught may also burn smaller manufactured fuels and Anthracite large nuts.
Considerations must always be made whether you are in a smoke controlled area, this can easily be found at www.smokecontrolareas.co.uk
If you don’t live in a Smoke Control Area you can also burn house coal or wood. Contact your local Environmental Health Department for more information about Smoke Control Areas.