Wood burners

With a wood-powered burner you can supply heat to a solitary room or even connect it to your property’s central heating. Also known as biomass boilers, wood burners convert pellets, chips or logs into heat.

With a wood burner for your home’s central heating you can save up to £600 a year, as opposed to using electricity.

Wood heating benefits

  • A cheaper form of heating

Although the cost of wood does vary, it is often a much more affordable form of heating than using gas or electricity. In fact, you could see energy reductions up to £600 a year by utilising this heating source. Old gas and electric boilers can fault unexpectedly, leaving you with expensive repair bills.

  • Government financial support

As part of the Government’s efforts to become the ‘greenest ever’ they have created a variety of funds and support for renewable heating. By investing in a wood burner you could benefit from the Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP), a one off grant for the installation. This is worth £950. On top of this, you could also benefit from the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) which pays out for every unit of renewable heat produced.

  • Cut carbon emissions

Wood burning is known as a carbon neutral form of heat generation. This is because the levels of carbon dioxide emitted when burned, is the amount absorbed over its lifetime. It’s a sustainable form of heating, so long as new plants continue to grow. This is far better for the environment than gas and electric heating, which release emissions and raise a property’s carbon footprint.

Savings with a wood burner

With a wood burner there are savings to be made of both annual energy bills and carbon emissions. By replacing gas heating you’ll save up to £100 a year, whilst you’ll see a £580 saving by replacing electric.

The carbon savings achievable are also substantial, up to 7.5 tonnes when replacing a coal or electric storage system.

The below table suggests the possible savings with a three-bedroom semi-detached home.

Fuel replaced

Expected saving

Expected carbon dioxide saving

Electricity

£580 a year

7.5 tonnes a year

Oil

£280 a year

4 tonnes a year

LPG

£720 a year

3.5 tonnes a year

Coal

£300 a year

7.5 tonnes a year

Gas

£100 a year

3 tonnes a year


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Local Wood burners Projects

1 Project: Are you the property owner: Owner of the property How many bedrooms does the property have: 3-4 Time scale: 1-3 months Other Forms: 373, 10012, 10038 Please call to appoint
2 Project: New stove; replacement of chimney liner.
3 Project: Woodburning stove. Are you the property owner: Tenant (with permission) Property Type: Detached What room are you looking to have it installed in: Kitchen What fuel do you currently use to heat your p...
4 Project: Quote for supplying and fitting a wood burning stove and flue liner.
5 Project: Please can someone visit to carry out a quote for a new wood burning stove in our lounge fireplace.thanks Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Detached What room are you lo...
6 Project: Multifuel burner( Defra ) Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Semi detached What fuel do you currently use to heat your property: Gas What room are you looking to have it ...
7 Project: To line chimney and fit multifuel woodburner Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Semi detached What room are you looking to have it installed in: Living Room Time scale: I...
8 Project: Wood burning stove Are you the property owner: Owner of the property What fuel do you currently use to heat your property: Oil What room are you looking to have it installed in: Living Room Property T...
9 Project: Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Detached What fuel do you currently use to heat your property: Gas What room are you looking to have it installed in: Living Room Time ...
10 Project: we have just bought an old house in Grantchester and want to install three wood burning stoves. One freestanding with the flue going out through a brick walk and two in fireplaces using the chimney's,...
11 Project: Install a wood burning stove into an open fireplace.
12 Project: We have no chimney and need a quote to fit a small wood burner.
13 Project: Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Semi detached What fuel do you currently use to heat your property: Oil What room are you looking to have it installed in: Living Room ...
14 Project: To install a wood burner to a single story building Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Detached What fuel do you currently use to heat your property: Gas What room are y...
15 Project: Fit Buckingham wood burner or supply and fit similar, single storey extension with tiled roof, slate floor no chimney Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Semi detached Wha...
16 Project: INSTALL LOG BURNER
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18 Project: Open existing chimney put down new flue and install multi burner Are you the property owner: Owner of the property What room are you looking to have it installed in: Living Room Property Type: Detache...
19 Project: Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Terrace What fuel do you currently use to heat your property: Gas What room are you looking to have it installed in: Living Room Please...
20 Project: Homeowner Please contact to appoint

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Wood burners activity in December 2018

Wood burners Projects in the UK in December 2018

November 2018 October / November
South East 3,140 11% <img src=
Greater London 2,960 0% <img src=
South West 1,911 4% <img src=
North West 1,740 32% <img src=
East Of England 1,460 14% <img src=
Yorkshire & Humber 1,390 32% <img src=
Western Midlands 1,345 23% <img src=
East Midlands 1,230 12% <img src=
Scotland 1,018 -1% <img src=
Wales 886 -23% <img src=
Northern Ireland 291 -10% <img src=
North East 110 -8% <img src=
United Kingdom 17,481 9%

Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.

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