A boiler stove is a standard multifuel burner, but has an additional back boiler. This back boiler takes a percentage of the stoves heat output and transfers that to water. This can then be used for central heating, hot water, multiple radiators and under floor heating.
The boiler stove can be used by itself to run your heating and hot water, or as a supplement to your existing heating system. If being used as a supplement, you will have multiple sources of heat and will become less reliant on gas and electricity. Also, you will be able to beat rising electric and gas costs, as you will be running on solid fuel instead.
Boiler stoves are fuel efficient and environmentally friendly, they help to lower your carbon footprint drastically. Although they may seem that they have a high heat output for your room, a percentage of that output does go to heating the water. This means the heat output is reduced in the room, allowing for a generous fire without the risk of overheating.
The boiler works by taking heat, which is produced by burning fuel, to heat the water as it passes through it. The hot water then rises, whilst the cold water is drawn in. Therefore, it is necessary to have a gravity fed or heating system to allow this. We strongly recommend having your existing central heating checked by a HETAS qualified engineer to check the compatibility of having a boiler stove.
Although a boiler stove may seem expensive, it should be looked at as an investment. In the long term, it can be cost efficient by greatly reducing home bills. They also come in different sizes and styles, so you will be able to find the perfect match for your needs and own unique style.
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