BOILER STOVES

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Stoves can have boilers fitted in a range of sizes to heat either just domestic hot water or a whole house. Others have the boiler built in and give a greater proportion of the heat generated to the boiler and on to the radiators. Stoves with boilers can be linked to your existing heating system working together with your current gas or oil boiler.

If you are considering fitting a boiler stove we will have to talk at length about the options available to you, in order to help you chose the correct stove for your house and lifestyle.

We can now offer contemporary stoves with boilers, or boiler house boilers that link up to large heat storage tanks to provide heat long after the fire has gone out. Some are so efficient that the government will pay you to heat your own house. The payments are made by the Renewable Heat Initiative (RHI) which is the same scheme that pays you to produce electricity using solar panels.

Boiler Stoves Are Available From

Clearview Stoves

Since 1987, Clearview Stoves has been the go-to supplier of quality wood-burning stoves for many home and business owners. Their mission is to supply the most efficient, high-performance stoves around. To that end, they go so far as to grow and process trees to use in the testing phase. Through the process of “Design. Develop. Test. Refine. Reassess”, Clearview Stoves continue to push the envelope on ways to increase fuel efficiency.

Parkray

The first name in solid fuel – Parkray stoves are not like ordinary stoves in that they can burn well-seasoned logs, regardless of whether you live in a Smoke Control Area. With state-of-the-art onboard technology, emissions are kept to levels which other stoves of this type can’t hope to match. These boilers are efficient too, reaching a maximum output of 11kw, and can even support boilers.

Stovax

With a wide selection of traditional and contemporary stoves available in wood-burning, gas, and electric variants, Stovax caters to all. Choose from various sizes and colours, as well as cast iron or steel. These stoves even come with boiler options for the perfect, self-sustaining setup. And they are supremely efficient too, with a rated performance that you won’t be disappointed by.

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    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

    Below are listed the most commonly asked questions about Wood Burning and Multi-Fuel stoves. If you can’t find the answer below then please get in contact.

    Which Logs Should I Use?

    It’s important to use the right logs, as using poorly seasoned ones can lead to a whole host of issues. You could find harmful gases and heat accumulating, and your chimney will become tar-filled a lot quicker. At Focus Stoves, we supply expertly seasoned logs which are rated as high-performance. Alternatively, you can find appropriate kiln dried logs on sale from many local vendors.

    How Should I Season the Logs?

    The first step to seasoning your own logs is to cut the logs to length. Once this is done, they need to be split with the optimum size being 4”/ 100mm across. Once dried, the logs must be correctly stored. It’s vital that they are kept away from damp sources, protected from the elements, and stored in a place where they can receive adequate sunlight and air exposure. You can season both hardwoods (oak) and softwoods (ash, beech, etc.). Bear in mind that hardwoods will take longer to season than softwoods.

    What Safety Advice Do We Offer?

    If children or pets are present in your home, it’s strongly advised that you have a suitable guard installed. Also, any flammable items should be stored at a safe distance from the stove. We make every effort to ensure that your stove is installed correctly and working safely. So, you won’t have to worry about any issues with the stove itself, but should any problems arise, don’t hesitate to call us.

    How Regularly Should My Chimney Be Swept?

    We advise that you enlist a registered chimney cleaner at least once a year. The person you hire should be registered with the Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps, the Association of Professional and Independent Chimney Sweeps, or the NACS. While they are cleaning your chimney, it’s worth asking them to service your stove too, as most chimney cleaners are happy to do this.

    Should I Have a Carbon Monoxide Alarm Fitted?

    In short – yes. Carbon monoxide detectors must always be fitted wherever an open fire or stove is present. This is regardless of the stove’s rated efficiency or safety level. If a fault should occur, a detector will alert you to the danger. Please note that while the batteries inside detectors can last up to seven years, it’s advisable to test them once a month.

    How Do I Clean the Stove?

    To polish the glass, take some newspaper and give the glass a firm rub. If this isn’t effective, you can try damp newspaper or newspaper dipped in ash and wetted. Wet ash forms a paste which is quite effective at polishing glass. Any ash inside a wood-burning stove should be removed periodically – every 1-4 weeks using an appropriate ash pan. If you’re burning solid fuel, ash should be removed daily to keep the stove operating safely and at peak efficiency.