A wood-burning stove is an environmentally-friendly alternative source of heat for the home, which as well as doing its bit to save the planet, can help to make substantial savings to your utility bills when compared to more common fuel types such as gas and electricity.
Wood is one of the few truly carbon neutral fuel sources available and with experts estimating that as much as 90 per cent of the total greenhouse gases emitted into the atmosphere over the lifetime of a house comes just from us heating our homes, opting for a woodburning stove can reduce the harmful effect we have on the environment significantly, as when burning wood the smoke coming out of your chimney will be little more than water vapour.
Alternatively, a wood pellet stove can be fully automated meaning you don’t have to worry about filling it manually, simply press the ignition button, sit back and relax. Some wood pellet stoves can be pre-programmed to ignite at a set time and can even be controlled by your mobile phone and with a burn time of up to 72 hours meaning you can always arrive home to a warm home.
Wood burning and pellet stoves with back boilers are becoming an increasingly popular option as a source of central heating, not only providing an efficient and reliable heat source but also heating your hot water. Back boiler stoves are available with a range of outputs, depending on the size of your property to provide an all-year-round heating solution.
With a Euroheat woodburning stove the real beauty lies within, as behind the stunning exterior of each stove lies the very latest technology, ensuring the burning rate is precisely controlled to allow safe burning for up to 24 hours, so the stove can be left to warm the room overnight. And with generous heat outputs, a Euroheat stove will keep your home warm even on the coldest days. What’s more, Euroheat’s woodburning stoves are all certified to be used in smokeless zones, so whether chosen for a city or country dwelling the options are endless.