- Wood Burning StovesChoose from traditional or contemporary styled wood burning only models, including Defra Approved stoves for burning wood in Smoke Control Areas
- Multi Fuel StovesThe most popular stove type. Allows you to switch between burning either wood, coal or peat with equal efficiency – including Defra Approved models
- Defra Approved StovesOur big choice of Defra Smoke Exempt Appliances lets you choose a stove in a style that's just right for your urban home so you can burn wood legally
- Double Sided StovesThere's nothing like a double sided stove for giving a room (or two rooms) that 'wow!' factor. Choose from free-standing or contemporary inset models
- Double Door StovesSmall hearth depth? Choose a practical wood burning or multi fuel stove with space-saving double doors in a traditional or contemporary style
- Stoves With Direct AirAlso known as stoves with external air or outside air, these stoves are essential for well-insulated or post-2008 homes or rooms with an extractor fan
- INSET STOVES
- Wood Burning Inset StovesThese contemporary Wood Burning Inset stoves offer the utmost in style and heating efficiency.
- Multi Fuel Inset StovesBenefit from burning coal and wood in our great range of Multi Fuel stoves install with minimum fuss.
- Boiler Inset StovesHeat radiators with our Boiler Inset Stoves and cut down on your oil and gas consumption
- GAS STOVES
- BOILER STOVES
- Domestic Hot WaterThese are stoves with small back boilers or saddle boilers providing hot water for domestic purposes only
- 3-5 RadiatorsA small output boiler that will heat approx. 3-5 radiators depending on size. Normally Domestic Hot Water can be heated in addition to this, but not necessarily at the same time
- 6-8 RadiatorsThese stoves will heat 6-8 radiators depending on size and are normally wrap around boilers. Output to the room is reduced due to the high output to water
- 9-12 RadiatorsMuch bigger wrap around boilers capable of heating larger areas, these boilers should be capable of heating up to 1800 ft2 houses
- 12+ RadiatorsThis is our largest boiler section and these large boilers produce a staggering amount of hot water. Normally for larger rooms and lots of radiators
- STOVES BY BRAND
- 5" 125mm Vitreous FlueUnlike painted pipe, Vitreous Enamel pipe has as much resistance on the inside as on the outside of the pipe so it can safely withstand temperatures of 500-600c
- 6" 150mm Vitreous FlueUnlike painted pipe, Vitreous Enamel pipe has as much resistance on the inside as on the outside of the pipe so it can safely withstand temperatures of 500-600c
- Flexible Liner 316 GradeClass 1 flexible liner made from 316 Grade stainless steel. This is the best selling and most popular grade for lining chimneys
- Flexible Liner 904 GradeThe higher 904L Grade of flexible liner is suitable for the extreme conditions found with coal based burning especially in "Slumber" mode
- Insulated Twin Wall FlueIf you have no chimney then this Grade 1 Insulated Twin Wall Flue will protect building fabric from extreme flue gas temperatures only a 75mm clearance to combustible
- Flue AccessoriesAll other Flue Accessories to help install your flue and get the most from your system
- Fireside AccessoriesCoal Bunkers, Fire Guards and Companion Sets, whatever fireside accessories you need for your fireplace
- Installation AccessoriesAll other Flue and Installation Accessories to help you get the most from your system and keep you running efficiently
- Care and Maintenance ProductsCare and Maintenance Products will help you maintain your stove and keep it at optimum performance
- Ex Display Newtownards ShowroomWe are constantly changing our displays and have sometimes multiple A Grade stoves that have been displayed at shows. Keep checking for great prices
- Ex Display Cheshire ShowroomOur displays are changing constantly with Grade A ex display stoves at great prices
- B-Grade or Reworked StovesWe often have reworked stoves or B Grade warehouse damaged stoves, a great place to check out for a low price stove where looks are less important than functionality
Wood Burning Stove Installation and Planning Permission
You are required to notify and obtain approval by your Local Authority Building Control department for many home jobs in order to make sure that the works carried out comply with the Building Regulations. Since 2005, this also counts for installation and replacement of a heating system or boiler including wood burning stoves.
What Happens if You Do Not Notify Your Local Authority Building Control Department about Wood Burning Stove Installation?
A certification that your newly installed wood burning stove complies with the Building Regulations of course involves a fee which further increases the costs of installation. But what if you install your new wood burning stove without notifying your Local Authority Building Control department? After all, how will they know? There are several reasons why this is not a good idea including:
The risk of a fine. If you do not obtain an approval for installation of your wood burning stove by the Building Control, it is not legal. If your Local Authority Building Control department finds out about it, you can be fined up to £5,000. The certification that the newly installed stove complies with the Building Regulations, on the other hand, will probably cost you less than £300, so it really is not worth to take the risk.
Installation may not be safe. The Building Regulations are not intended just to charge home owners for works in their homes but to ensure their own and the general population’s safety. If the work is not inspected and approved by the Building Control department, you cannot really know for sure that the stove is installed safely. And besides posing a potential risk to your health and property, the installation may not meet energy efficiency standards.
Problems with insurance claims. Many insurance companies want to know about works in your home such as installation of a wood burning stoves. And this includes documentation that the work complies with the Building Regulations. Obviously, you cannot tell your insurance company that you have installed a wood burning stove that was not approved by the Building Control which in turn can cause you serious problems with insurance claims.
Problems when selling your home. If you ever decide to sell your home, you will highly likely to be asked to provide documentation that it meets the Building Regulations. But if you do not notify the Building Control department about wood burning stove installation, you obviously will not be able to provide all the necessary certificates.
We strongly advise you to notify your Local Authority Building Control department about installation of a wood burning stove or have it installed by a registered installer from a Competent Person Scheme such as Hetas if you live in England or Wales, or INFO if you live in Ireland for instance. In the latter case, you do not have to tell the Building Control department about installation of a new stove because registered installers from a Competent Person Scheme are allowed to self-certificate their work and will take care of the necessary documentation for you.