Traditional and Contemporary Woodburner Stoves
A woodburner stove is a great investment and will add a lot of character to a room.
Whether you are looking for a traditional stove that will sit perfectly on your hearth with the flue pipe installed into your chimney, or are looking for a contemporary wood burning stove that will make a real statement in the centre of a room, Peter Capaldi, owner of HGS Home & Garden and registered HETAS installer.
We will provide help and advice to help you choose a stove that is best suited for your needs.
Consideration does need to be given to proximity of air outlets therefore it is advisable to book a survey so we can check that the location you have chosen for your new stove is going to be practical.
Traditional Woodburner Stoves
Once the chilly evenings arrive and the nights draw in, a traditional wood burner stove is sure to become your best friend! It is loyal companion during the winter, is low on maintenance and will not let you down - providing comfort and warmth for many, many years to come.
Just keep feeding it the wood and it will merrily crackle away creating an inviting, cosy atmosphere for you and your family.
Contemporary Designer Stoves
Contemporary designer stoves will certainly give the WOW factor to your room.
These stunning, modern and innovative stoves are perfect for larger rooms and for people who really do want to make a statement.
Latest technological advances in heat insulation make these stoves extremely efficient wood burners.
Contemporary stoves are available in many shapes and sizes – choose from chiminea style, panoramic with large glass doors, cylindrical and curved. The contemporary stoves are freestanding and some are available as wall hung stoves.
"We have been very happy with the personal service and attention to detail Peter at HGS has provided in the supply and fitting of our wood burning stove. We would be pleased to recommend Peter to anyone considering buying and a stove."
Paul Edwards, January 2016
Further information on woodburner stove installation from HETAS:
- HETAS Advice
- Building Regs and Legal Requirements
- Using Wood Fuels for a Sustainable Future
- Chimneys and Lining
- Protecting yourself from Carbon Monoxide
- Smoke Control Areas