Installing the stove itself requires some forethought and an understanding of the way stoves work. Principle consideration has to go to the fact that the stove will get hot. It seems an obvious point, but DIY installations often overlook exactly how hot a stove will get when it is in use.
The radiated heat from the stove means that you have to pay attention to where it is sited. Set the stove in the wrong place and people will be brushing past it, with painful consequences. Aside from that, you also want it fitted where you will get the most benefit from it.
Apart from that is the potential fire hazard of what is, in essence, a hot metal box in a domestic situation. While a multi-fuel stove gives you carbon neutral heating, a touch of class and style to any room, you have to be careful that it is not going to ignite your carpets or char your hardwood floors.
All of our HETAS stove installers all have the know how and experience to fit a multi-fuel stove without any problems. There are legal requirements and industry standards covering how and where a stove can be fitted. There are also specialised components which can be used to protect the surroundings of the stove from damage.
All work can be undertaken by us from Designing, Planning and Fitting so you can rest assured that you have found the right company for your needs. Every stove we supply and install is between 70% and 89% efficient, meaning you won't be losing all your heat up the chimney.