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A multi fuel stove is a great investment for your home! You can replace your old open fire which reduces your homes carbon footprint and helps the environment.
We offer a range of multi fuel Stoves that can fit into any home aesthetic regardless of the style of your home.
These multi fuel Stoves allow you to keep warm during the cold months without spending a large amount of money heating up your entire house.
A multi fuel stove will provide the same relaxing atmosphere as a fireplace. You can position your sofas, chairs and other living room furniture around your multi fuel stove. During the evenings, this will allow you and your family to relax in front of a memorizing wood fire.
A fireplace can reduce your dependence on central heating to create a warm and comfortable living environment during winter. When the cold weather arrives, many homeowners resort to using a furnace or heat exchanger. With a fireplace, however, you can reduce your dependence on central heating.
You’ll also reap the benefits of a more relaxing living environment with a fireplace. Wood fires produce a dazzling display of flames that many people find relaxing to watch. It shouldn’t come as a surprise to learn that fireplaces have become an increasingly popular feature in modern-day homes.
Not only are they are popular, but fireplaces can increase the value of a home. Research shows that homes with a fireplace sell for a higher price than those without a fireplace.
Here at Farmhouse Stoves our professional team of multi fuel Stoves in Packmoor installers have been providing customers throughout Stone with a range of high quality and industry-leading wood-burning stoves for a number of years now. With years of experience and a wealth of knowledge, you can rest assured that your stove installation will be complete to the highest standard. We have an excellent reputation for the services we provide and the installations we carry out. We have many happy customers and having listened to their feedback, believe some of the reasons you should choose us are:
When you are searching for wood burning stove installations near me in Stoke on Trent, look no further. Farmhouse Stoves have a wide range of quality and affordable stoves, why settle for a cheap stove option when you can have the best from Farmhouse Stoves. Visit our showroom and view the full range for yourself, or if you know what you want to buy already, shop online now.
The cost of your multi fuel stove installation will vary depending on the type of stove you choose, the size of the stove and how much work needs to be completed on the chimney lining. A member of our team is always willing to give you a free quote, so don’t hesitate to get in touch with Farmhouse Stoves.
Although you do not need to ask your local planning authority for planning permission to have a multi fuel stove installed, it is a legal requirement that you inform your local authority building control department of your stove installation intentions. This applies no matter what type of stove appliance you are looking to install.
Recent studies have shown that individuals who have installed a multi fuel stove to their home have seen the value of their property increase.
Yes! And you should be sure to use a HETAS registered installer, like Farmhouse Stoves. By using a HETAS registered installer you can rest assured that your multi fuel stove installation will be compliant with legal requirements, what’s more, we will inform the local authority of the installation. When you receive your HETAS certificate you should ensure that it is kept in a safe place as the certificate itself is an important document that will be required by solicitors should you choose to sell your home in the future.
By choosing a stove that is approved by HETAS you can rest assured that the appliance will conform to the current UK building regulations, for both the installation and the use. When you choose a HETAS approved appliance you will hold all the relevant information for using the appliance, along with a guide to solid fuel products and services that will meet your individual needs and requirements. Choosing an approved wood burning stove will also help when it comes to the installation, as the installer will have less work to do when it comes to ensuring that the product meets the legal requirements.
Yes, within reason. If a property does not have an existing chimney, you may find that a chimney system is installed rather than building a new masonry chimney. A chimney system may have to run within the property or externally as long as it is safe to do so. If you aren’t sure what you need to have a wood burning stove installed at your property get in touch with Farmhouse Stoves who will be more than happy to take a look at and let you know exactly what is required.