Log Burning Stoves
A wood stove is the most popular, flexible and economical wood heating option and is defined as a space heater, designed to heat directly to the room.
Installers of Log Burning Stoves
A stove can be located almost anywhere there is enough space and where its flue can be properly routed.
Wood burning stoves are generally used as a secondary heat source, but in open plan areas can heat a large proportion of a property. By choosing the right type, you can, in conjunction with existing fossil fuel central heating, reduce CO2 by heating the areas you spend most time in. Not all types of stove perform in the same way.
For example, some stoves are designed for continuous operation and will burn hour after hour, and offer over night capability. Other designs have great features such as fast heat up time and an attractive flame and are ideal for quick room comfort.