Biomass boilers are an efficient form of heating used to replace the traditional systems. Not only do they burn environmentally friendly products, but they’ll help you to reduce your energy bills too.
Non biomass boilers burn fuels such as gas and oil to generate heat, meaning more carbon emissions are created and your energy bills are higher.
Biomass boilers are just as easy to install in homes, and local councils are now opting for this type of heating system for new builds. Biomass boilers are also an effective way for the Government to meet renewable targets.
Biomass boiler information
Biomass boilers are notorious for their energy efficiency and can be used for both your central heating and hot water supply.
These types of boilers burn renewable fuels that aren’t in danger of running out, unlike oil, coal and natural gas. Instead, biomass products include wood chip, wood pellets and crops.
With biomass boilers you’ll be able to help reduce the damaging effects of global warming. Other renewable products that have the same effect are solar panels and heat pumps.
These renewable heating systems can be installed into nearly every home and in most cases will fit into the same place as your old appliance. Commercial biomass boilers would be larger installations designed to provide a far greater heat output.
With the burning of biomass products, ash will be created. This can be used to fertilise your garden and needs to be cleaned out every six to eight weeks, depending on how much you use the boiler.
Suitability of a biomass boiler
A biomass boiler won’t be suitable for everyone, so if you’re considering an installation you should make sure it’s right for your home.
Building Regulations could become a problem if anything has been detailed for your area. If you’re unsure of the regulations for your property or local area, just speak to the council or a local planning officer.
No smoking zones also prohibit the use of biomass boilers, and for more information on this visit www.uksmokecontrolareas.co.uk/locations
The flue, which is used to release waste gases into the atmosphere, must also not exceed one metre of your roofline. Otherwise planning permission would be needed. This is the same for domestic biomass boilers in Conservation Areas or World Heritage Sites.
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Reviews of biomass boilers companies
By Mr Alistair W.
WOOD ENERGY LIMITED
Unsure where contact is coming from. I thinks I am going to see them rather than them coming to see me.
By Mr Rob O.
SCOTBUILD GROUP LTD
Excellent service, open, clear advice and estimate well Brocken down
MCA RENEWABLES LTD
Excellent service, very informative and follow up good. No pressure, would recommend to others
By Ms Amanda D.
STERLAND AND ELGAR LTD
They came did an assessment but did not get back to me re any sort of price or and sort of timescale as to how long it would take. The consultant also did not provide any info regarding tanks where the heated water would be placed.
By Mrs Christina M.
STERLAND AND ELGAR LTD
Biomass boilers activity in September 2020
Biomass boilers Projects in the UK in September 2020
|August 2020||July / August|
|Yorkshire & Humber||800||19%|
|East Of England||560||10%|
Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.
Latest successful biomass boilers projects in September
By Mr Martin G.
We are unable to benefit from Biomass boilers but that should not detract from the professionalism of the company rep. We enjoyed doing business with this company due to their honesty, in not trying to sell us something we could not benefit from. Thankyou.
Energy Performance of Houses
Homes are given an energy ranking depending on just how efficient they are and ratings are shown in the data below. This varies from A, by far the most energy efficient, to G, the very least efficient. With a higher rating you're more likely to have more affordable energy bills as more heat is going to be kept in your house. You can increase your home's efficiency with insulation such as upvc double glazing, loft lagging or wall cavity insulation.