Boiler stoves are a fantastic addition to any home. You can reduce your heating bills and your carbon footprint by relying on a boiler stove and being less reliant on gas and electricity. Not to mention, these stoves are gorgeous and with our inset and freestanding styles, you can be sure that you will find the right styled boiler stove for your home.
How does a Boiler Stove Work?
Boiler stoves can be the central point of your hot water and heating systems, incorporating a back boiler or, nowadays, have their whole body as a boiler to heat your hot water and radiator systems. The boiler will harness the output of the stove to heat your hot water systems and radiators around your home. If you have a well-insulated home, then you can remove the need for your radiators altogether. These boiler stoves will emit a gentle heat within the room, so you can enjoy the sight of a beautiful fire without overheating your home.
Boiler Stoves at Dorset Stove Installations
The boiler stoves at Dorset Stove Installations are perfect for small and large domestic homes and even commercial properties in the UK. They can link up all the radiators within your home, meaning that you can have up to 14 radiators controlled from a single boiler stove. The boiler stoves at Dorset Stove Installations are available in either wood-burning or multi-fuel options, allowing you to choose a fuel that is most convenient for your needs. To give you more personalisation over your boiler stove, you can choose from our ranges of inset and free-standing boilers, all from reputable manufacturers, including Arada and Yeoman Stoves, so you can be confident knowing that you’re making the right choice with Dorset Stove Installations.
The Right Boiler Stove for you
If you want to focus more on heating your hot water and radiator systems, then a whole body boiler stove will be more beneficial to you. On the other hand, if you want your stove to gently heat your room, then a back boiler stove may be best. With so many options available, it can be hard to decide which one is best for your needs, but there’s also the compatibility aspect that you need to consider.
Firstly, we need to ensure that your existing radiator and hot water systems are compatible with a boiler stove. If they are compatible, then you need the correct boiler stove to support your system. This is identified by adding the heat output of all your radiators and forming a heat load calculation to identify which boiler can support your systems. Please note that this shouldn’t be calculated by yourself, Dorset Stove Installations can send an engineer to your property and perform these calculations for you (subject to location and availability.)
Your HETAS Registered Installers
To ensure that your new boiler stove is installed correctly, you should always use a registered gas engineer or a HETAS registered installer to ensure your safety. Here at Dorset Stove Installations, we have fully qualified HETAS registered engineers. Our friendly HETAS team can also install a boiler stove that you have bought from elsewhere.
If you need any assistance in purchasing your new boiler stove, contact Dorset Stove Installations on 01202 89 03 21 and take a great step towards an eco-friendly home, efficiently reducing your carbon footprint and your energy bills.