Why Choose a Wood Burner
Wood Burning Stoves
If you dream of snuggling up in front of a crackling fire on cold winter nights, a wood-burning stove may be the perfect solution.
With all the advantages of an open fire they are energy efficient, easy to light and clean and create a warm and welcoming focal point in any room.
A wood-burning stove allows you to enjoy the comforting smell and traditional look of an open fire with less wasted heat.
While an old-fashioned fire loses up to 80 per cent of the heat generated up the chimney, a modern stove is designed to project the heat into the room, creating a lovely warm glow and making the best use of your fuel.
Because wood is a renewable form of energy, it is an eco-friendly way to heat your home so long as you choose wood from a sustainable, replenished source. Burning wood is a carbon-neutral method of heating as it only releases as much CO2 as the tree absorbed during its life. Some standalone stoves, which burn logs or pellets, can also be fitted with a back boiler to heat water as well the Energy Saving Trust estimates a wood-burner could save you up to £400 per year in heating costs.