Boiler stoves save energy in the home | Yeoman Stoves

Boiler stoves save energy in the home

There are various advantages to using a boiler stove in your home: modern technology ensures that today’s boiler stoves are capable of feeding up to 19 radiators whilst also giving off radiant heat into the room in which they are installed. Furthermore ‘link up’ technology allows you to connect your existing central heating system to your choice of appliance for both ease and convenience.

The summer is the ideal time to plan for a new boiler stove; giving you plenty of time to carefully consider the options and install your chosen stove before the weather turns wintry. There are a number of options to choose from with both traditional boiler stoves and more contemporary boilers available on the market. Prior to making a decision on the design you prefer, it is a good idea to find a retailer who will be able to offer you invaluable advice and guide you through the process from your initial enquiry through to installation and after-care.

The first step is to have a thorough evaluation of your needs as well as the suitability of your home. Your local retailer will be able to show you the best boiler stoves available in their showroom; it is a good idea to see the model you prefer burning live to get an accurate idea of its aesthetic benefits which are a significant consideration when looking for what will be an important addition to your home.

The CL8 HB has clean lines and a pared back design to suit a variety of decors.

A comprehensive breakdown of the respective benefits of the boiler stove you prefer should be given to you by your local retailer as well as the name of a recommended and trusted installer who will ensure that your stove is properly and safely installed.

Aside from the obvious aesthetic benefits of a wood burning appliance and the associated welcoming ambience that a stove can bring, a boiler stove will help you to cut costs in your home. The Energy Saving Trust estimates that savings of up to £580 a year could be achieved with a wood burning boiler stove, particularly if replacing an electric system. For further information try the ‘Generating Energy’ page of their website.

Furthermore, there are a number of environmental benefits to using a boiler stove. If you are purchasing fuel from a local source that is well managed then you will be cutting the amount (and cost) of transportation required to obtain the fuel you need. A good supplier will ensure that felled trees are replaced, with a well planned and managed growing scheme. This is an important factor in wood burning’s carbon neutral energy exchange: the amount of carbon dioxide given off by wood burned in a stove is roughly equivalent to that absorbed by the tree during its growth. HETAS is a useful source for locating a trusted solid fuel supplier; try the ‘Find Fuel’ section of their website.

The journey to become a fully fledged boiler stove owner can be straight forward with the assistance of your local retailer. To find your nearest Yeoman showroom, use our ‘Find A Retailer‘ tool on our website.

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