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Month: April 2022

A lovely installation of an Arundel XL by Portway Stoves with glassrock chamber, slate hearth & dark oak beam, installed by our registered HETAS engineer in #shepperton 🔥 Pictures before & after below 🔥

A lovely installation of an Arundel XL by Portway Stoves with glassrock chamber, slate hearth & dark oak beam, installed by our registered HETAS engineer in #shepperton 🔥 Pictures before & after below 🔥 Latest update from Stove Specialists UK via Stove Specialists UK – stove installation Stove Specialists UK Unit 1C, Chetwynd Lodge Chester …

A lovely installation of an Arundel XL by Portway Stoves with glassrock chamber, slate hearth & dark oak beam, installed by our registered HETAS engineer in #shepperton 🔥 Pictures before & after below 🔥 Read More »

An easy trick to stop corrosion Here goes… Open the door. That’s it. Simple as that. Leaving your stove’s door ajar when it is out of use during the summer months encourages air flow and ventilation through the stove system and flue. This flow of air helps to prevent your stove and its parts from corroding. A very simple measure to take, but one that is well worth doing.

An easy trick to stop corrosion Here goes… Open the door. That’s it. Simple as that. Leaving your stove’s door ajar when it is out of use during the summer months encourages air flow and ventilation through the stove system and flue. This flow of air helps to prevent your stove and its parts from …

An easy trick to stop corrosion Here goes… Open the door. That’s it. Simple as that. Leaving your stove’s door ajar when it is out of use during the summer months encourages air flow and ventilation through the stove system and flue. This flow of air helps to prevent your stove and its parts from corroding. A very simple measure to take, but one that is well worth doing. Read More »

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🔥 Latest update from Stove Specialists UK via Stove Specialists UK – stove installation Stove Specialists UK Unit 1C, Chetwynd Lodge Chester Road Newport, Telford TF10 8AB +44-1902-519089

A lovely installation of a Portway Arundel by Portway Stoves fitted with a glassrock chamber, slate hearth & mid oak beam by our HETAS registered engineer in #telford 🔥

A lovely installation of a Portway Arundel by Portway Stoves fitted with a glassrock chamber, slate hearth & mid oak beam by our HETAS registered engineer in #telford 🔥 Latest update from Stove Specialists UK via Stove Specialists UK – stove installation Stove Specialists UK Unit 1C, Chetwynd Lodge Chester Road Newport, Telford TF10 8AB …

A lovely installation of a Portway Arundel by Portway Stoves fitted with a glassrock chamber, slate hearth & mid oak beam by our HETAS registered engineer in #telford 🔥 Read More »

Have you heard the term Ecodesign stoves being bandied around? The wood-burning stove business has no shortage of jargon, and this is one of the latest technical terms to enter our vocabulary. While the Ecodesign principle is useful for customers (and certainly will be in the next few years), for somebody who is new to woodburners and trying to work out which appliance is right for them, it is another word with which to get to grips before you can make an informed purchase. In this article, we will aim to demystify Ecodesign stoves and answer some key questions about them. What is Ecodesign? Ecodesign isn’t restricted to wood-burning stoves. It is a Europe-wide programme to lower emissions based on a directive of the European Parliament that comes into full effect in the UK in 2022. As well as woodburners, it also relates to a range of other products aswell as stoves, but we’ll just focus on burners. The Ecodesign regulations require significant reductions to emissions from woodburners. In fact, emissions need to be 55% lower than the current requirements for DEFRA exempt stoves (which can be used within smoke control areas). Burning wood produces particulate matter (PM). The amount produced can vary significantly depending on what is being burned and how the stove is being operated. In other words, using well seasoned wood with a moisture content of less than 20% and operating your woodburner efficiently significantly reduces the particulate emissions. What are Ecodesign stoves? The Stove Industry Alliance has preempted the introduction of the Ecodesign directive by working with Hetas to setup independent testing to verify woodburners that meet the lower emissions and minimum efficiency criteria for Ecodesign. It is branding stoves that pass the tests as Ecodesign Ready. Independent research conducted by Kiwa Gastec shows Ecodesign stoves can reduce emissions by 90% in comparison to an open fire and by 80% compared to an old stove. Should Ecodesign impact my buying decision? At the moment, buying an Ecodesign stove is a personal preference based on it having been verified as having lower emissions (in the same way that you might buy a new car based on similar reasons). When the Ecodesign directive comes into force in 2022, it will only relate to the sale of new appliances. Any stoves sold prior to the start of the initiative will still be unaffected by the changes. Recommended Ecodesign Stoves If you’re interested in buying a low emissions, high efficiency woodburner that is Ecodesign ready, you need look no further, as we have a large range of stoves that have already got the SIA Ecodesign Ready certification on them. Get in touch for more information and your free no obligation quote 🔥

Have you heard the term Ecodesign stoves being bandied around? The wood-burning stove business has no shortage of jargon, and this is one of the latest technical terms to enter our vocabulary. While the Ecodesign principle is useful for customers (and certainly will be in the next few years), for somebody who is new to …

Have you heard the term Ecodesign stoves being bandied around? The wood-burning stove business has no shortage of jargon, and this is one of the latest technical terms to enter our vocabulary. While the Ecodesign principle is useful for customers (and certainly will be in the next few years), for somebody who is new to woodburners and trying to work out which appliance is right for them, it is another word with which to get to grips before you can make an informed purchase. In this article, we will aim to demystify Ecodesign stoves and answer some key questions about them. What is Ecodesign? Ecodesign isn’t restricted to wood-burning stoves. It is a Europe-wide programme to lower emissions based on a directive of the European Parliament that comes into full effect in the UK in 2022. As well as woodburners, it also relates to a range of other products aswell as stoves, but we’ll just focus on burners. The Ecodesign regulations require significant reductions to emissions from woodburners. In fact, emissions need to be 55% lower than the current requirements for DEFRA exempt stoves (which can be used within smoke control areas). Burning wood produces particulate matter (PM). The amount produced can vary significantly depending on what is being burned and how the stove is being operated. In other words, using well seasoned wood with a moisture content of less than 20% and operating your woodburner efficiently significantly reduces the particulate emissions. What are Ecodesign stoves? The Stove Industry Alliance has preempted the introduction of the Ecodesign directive by working with Hetas to setup independent testing to verify woodburners that meet the lower emissions and minimum efficiency criteria for Ecodesign. It is branding stoves that pass the tests as Ecodesign Ready. Independent research conducted by Kiwa Gastec shows Ecodesign stoves can reduce emissions by 90% in comparison to an open fire and by 80% compared to an old stove. Should Ecodesign impact my buying decision? At the moment, buying an Ecodesign stove is a personal preference based on it having been verified as having lower emissions (in the same way that you might buy a new car based on similar reasons). When the Ecodesign directive comes into force in 2022, it will only relate to the sale of new appliances. Any stoves sold prior to the start of the initiative will still be unaffected by the changes. Recommended Ecodesign Stoves If you’re interested in buying a low emissions, high efficiency woodburner that is Ecodesign ready, you need look no further, as we have a large range of stoves that have already got the SIA Ecodesign Ready certification on them. Get in touch for more information and your free no obligation quote 🔥 Read More »

Static caravans, log cabins, mobile homes & garden rooms make for a great hideaway but, given that they are usually made of fairly thin metal, in cooler weather they are not always the cosiest of places in which to relax. Increasingly, people are installing woodburners in their bolhole to ensure that the British climate doesn’t reduce the amount of time they can spend there, and to create a snug and homely atmosphere for their family. But many people are still unsure about the feasibility of such a project. A large number of people still contact us to ask: “Is it possible to install a wood-burning stove ?” This answer is always a resounding ‘yes’, as long as it is a well-planned and safely carried out by a qualified registered HETAS engineer. Inevitably, there are a lot of considerations along the way. Here are some of the main ones… Fireproof materials Your installation is likely to include changing materials in the vicinity of your new stove. It’s a legal requirement that you don’t have flammable materials next to your stove. That means wood and hardboard must be kept well away. Building a hearth Remember that among those fireproof materials surrounding your stove, it will need to rest on a hearth. This is a requirement for the aforementioned Building Regulations. The hole in the roof Obviously you’ll need to run a flue pipe through the roof of your caravan/cabin. And, equally obviously, it’s something you’ll want to get right first time. Do your research before even thinking about making a start on the hole. We recommend using a professional installer. We know that many people enjoy the challenge of installing their woodburner as a DIY project. But we would recommend you consider bringing in a HETAS-qualified engineer who is well versed in all the legal and safety requirements of your installation. Flue walls There is likely to be wood in the roof structure of your caravan, which poses a fire risk when positioned next to a standard single wall flue pipe. So we recommend a twin wall flue system. Any HETAS engineer would be able to advise you on the most suitable way of achieving this in your caravan. If a stove is something you are interested in for your holiday home, get in touch 🔥 💻 info@stovespecialists.co.uk 📞 08008321860 Message us through our Facebook page 🔥

Static caravans, log cabins, mobile homes & garden rooms make for a great hideaway but, given that they are usually made of fairly thin metal, in cooler weather they are not always the cosiest of places in which to relax. Increasingly, people are installing woodburners in their bolhole to ensure that the British climate doesn’t …

Static caravans, log cabins, mobile homes & garden rooms make for a great hideaway but, given that they are usually made of fairly thin metal, in cooler weather they are not always the cosiest of places in which to relax. Increasingly, people are installing woodburners in their bolhole to ensure that the British climate doesn’t reduce the amount of time they can spend there, and to create a snug and homely atmosphere for their family. But many people are still unsure about the feasibility of such a project. A large number of people still contact us to ask: “Is it possible to install a wood-burning stove ?” This answer is always a resounding ‘yes’, as long as it is a well-planned and safely carried out by a qualified registered HETAS engineer. Inevitably, there are a lot of considerations along the way. Here are some of the main ones… Fireproof materials Your installation is likely to include changing materials in the vicinity of your new stove. It’s a legal requirement that you don’t have flammable materials next to your stove. That means wood and hardboard must be kept well away. Building a hearth Remember that among those fireproof materials surrounding your stove, it will need to rest on a hearth. This is a requirement for the aforementioned Building Regulations. The hole in the roof Obviously you’ll need to run a flue pipe through the roof of your caravan/cabin. And, equally obviously, it’s something you’ll want to get right first time. Do your research before even thinking about making a start on the hole. We recommend using a professional installer. We know that many people enjoy the challenge of installing their woodburner as a DIY project. But we would recommend you consider bringing in a HETAS-qualified engineer who is well versed in all the legal and safety requirements of your installation. Flue walls There is likely to be wood in the roof structure of your caravan, which poses a fire risk when positioned next to a standard single wall flue pipe. So we recommend a twin wall flue system. Any HETAS engineer would be able to advise you on the most suitable way of achieving this in your caravan. If a stove is something you are interested in for your holiday home, get in touch 🔥 💻 info@stovespecialists.co.uk 📞 08008321860 Message us through our Facebook page 🔥 Read More »

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🔥🔥🔥 Latest update from Stove Specialists UK via Stove Specialists UK – stove installation Stove Specialists UK Unit 1C, Chetwynd Lodge Chester Road Newport, Telford TF10 8AB +44-1902-519089

Latest update from Stove Specialists UK via Stove Specialists UK – stove installation Stove Specialists UK Unit 1C, Chetwynd Lodge Chester Road Newport, Telford TF10 8AB +44-1902-519089