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Wood is a renewable resource that is readily available in many areas. As such, Lincolnshire wood burning boilers are a good investment for those who want an environmentally friendly method of heating water. Find out more about wood burning boilers today by connecting with the professionals in our extended network, who have been pre-screened for reliability.
Wood fired boilers can be retrofitted in any structure, regardless of whether or not there is already a flue available. In those cases, steel pipes can be extended through the ceiling and onto the roof in order to allow smoke to escape. Wood boilers are very economical to operate, and provide hot water at a fraction of the cost of electric, gas, or oil models. Although they heat water efficiently, they do not emit a great deal of heat and therefore do not cause your home to get too hot during the summer months.
Wood burning boilers are some of the oldest types of boilers available today. They’ve been around for decades, and for many years, they were the number one way to heat your home and water in the UK. However, with new advances in technology came new fuels and more efficient delivery of those fuels. With that in mind, there are several advantages and disadvantages associated with wood boilers.
Typical wood burning boiler prices will depend upon the capacity of the tank, along with the number and type of modifications needed in order to install them. Many people choose to relocate wood burning boilers in a basement or garage, in which case running new utility lines might be in order. If this is the case, you will need to spend additional money for these modifications. Although not required, the installation of smoke alarms is also recommended at the same time a wood burning boiler is installed.
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Below are some safety tips to keep in mind when using a wood burning boiler:
If you are in need of a new wood-burning boiler, you may be considering the option of trying to install the unit yourself. However, this can be quite a labour-intensive task, meaning that it will take a good few hours to install. Instead, why not request quotes from our Lincolnshire network to have your boiler professionally installed? This will enable you to still enjoy your leisure time, while also ensuring that the unit is being professionally installed according to current industry standards. When contacting us, you will receive up to four quotes.
Have you always wondered what Lincolnshire wood burning boiler installation might cost, but didn't know where to get free quotes? If so, you're in luck, because arranging free quotes is what we do best. Simply provide us with some information in the space you see below. After that, approved contractors will get back to you, providing free, no-obligation quotes at a time that suits you.
09 Feb Wood Burning Boilers: Our old wood burning boiler has finally died, and we would like to purchase a new one for our home. We live in a small flat.
09 Feb Lincolnshire: Please offer me a quote for wood burning boilers. I am having a new home built and will need a wood burning boiler adequate enough to service a large home.
08 Feb Our existing wood burning stove has parts that have rusted away. Can you please come and have a look and give us a price to replace it with a more modern burner unit? We would like to continue using a wood boiler though.
08 Feb I am interested in using a more environmentally friendly boiler; therefore I would like to replace mine with one of your wood burning boilers. Please provide me with your best quote.
More: Free quotes wanted for a new wood boiler please. Our existing boiler is due for replacement and we would like to keep it wood-fired as we have a ready supply of fuel. Please let us know your best quotes for a decent quality boiler.
February: We are still seeing snow across the UK as the temperatures continue to remain low. February is a crucial time of the year to ensure your boiler and heating system is operating as efficiently as it should be, and also a great time to consider upgrading your system.
Any type of organic waste can be burned in a wood boiler, including logs, wood chips, brush clippings, grasses and lumber yard waste. Even tree or brush waste from your garden can be used as fuel.
Wood burning boilers are useful because they burn cleanly and do not produce as much waste as some of the alternatives. Any waste or ash that is produced can be used as fertilizer in your garden.
Storing wood for fuel can take up a lot of space, and can be susceptible to parasites like termites and woodworm. These parasites can easily move into your home, if your fuel is stored too close to your home's foundation.
If these units are incorrectly installed, it could result in you and your family being exposed to carbon monoxide in your home. This harmful gas only takes an hour or two at most to kill a person.
You can use many types of wood for fuel inside wood burning boilers. The most common in the UK include ash, maple, beech, hickory, and oak, though others will suffice, as well. Remember that wood should be dried for at least a year before being placed in your boiler to ensure maximum efficiency and heating power.
With the cost of wood continuing to rise across the globe, wood burning boilers are no longer considered cost-effective unless you grow and supply your own fuel. This requires growing, cutting, splitting, and drying your own wood, which is quite laborious and time-consuming.
They are similar in that they both use wood to generate heat. A wood boiler is connected to a water supply. The heat generated by the wood transfers into the water, which then travels throughout your home into radiators to supply radiant heat. A wood stove can also supply heat, but this heat radiates either directly from the stove itself or from a system designed to gather the heat and blow it through the home via a series of ducts and electric fans.
There are several different models and sizes of wood boilers available, meaning that pricing will vary according to the model being installed in your home. Before any unit is installed in your home, it is recommended that you speak with one of our professionals to determine which option will be best for your home.
Installation times will vary depending on which part of your home they are being installed in and whether a brand new unit is being installed or if it will be replacing an existing boiler. Our network of experienced engineers will be able to let you know how long the project will take beforehand though.
Let us know a few of your wood burner requirements (or ask for advice) using the online quote application form you can see at the top of this page.
We'll send your enquiry to leading installers on our network in the Lincolnshire area and invite up to four of them to quote for your work direct.
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