The biomass boilers that we supply and install are very green and are high on the list of sustainable fuel resources. And to make this even better – a typical setup is far more efficient and cost effective than a traditional boiler.
A Biomass Boiler typically burns logs or pellets to heat a single room – however we usually integrate biomass boilers into to the central heating and hot water systems. This is what makes the system so efficient.
A typical pellet or wood-fuelled biomass boiler installation for our customers has saved them as much as £880 a year compared to electric heating.
We’ve installed biomass boilers in homes across North Wales, with many in Flintshire & Denbighshire and also now installing biomass boilers in homes across the Wirral & Cheshire and beyond.
Our specialist team of installers have many years of experience and as a family run business we pride ourselves in quality craftsmanship, expert levels of technical know how and above all – customer satisfaction.
We stock a wide range of biomass boilers made by leading brands, and we have models to view in our showroom in North Wales.
What we like about Biomass Boilers…
Biomass boilers use Pellet and/or Wood combustion which does not contribute to increasing the Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, contrary to what occurs by burning fossil fuels (Methane, GPL, Diesel Fuel, Oil and Coal).
Affordable heating fuel.
Although the price of wood fuel varies considerably, it is often cheaper than other heating options.
Wood fuel boiler systems could benefit from the Renewable Heat Incentive.
A low-carbon option.
The carbon dioxide emitted when wood is burned is the same amount that was absorbed over the months and years that the plant was growing. The process is sustainable as long as new plants continue to grow in place of those used for fuel. There are some carbon emissions caused by the cultivation, manufacture and transportation of the fuel, but as long as the fuel is sourced locally, these are much lower than the emissions from fossil fuels.
Renewable heat is an alternative form of heating generated from sources that releases much less CO2 into the atmosphere.
To encourage more people to heat their own homes and their water the Government has created the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
The RHI is a financial incentive to promote the use of renewable heat and get people to switch their systems over.
We are happy to give you no-obligation advice you on how to get the most out of this incentive and save on your heating bills.
These set the rate for your Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) payments. People who join the scheme and stick to its rules, receive quarterly payments over seven years. The rates are set by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC).
Current and future tariffs (what you get paid per kWth)
- Applications submitted
- 01/10/15 - 31/12/15
- Biomass boilers and stoves
- Air source heat pumps
- Ground source heat pumps
- Solar thermal hot water
Kilowatt-thermal (KWth) is unit of heat-supply capacity used to measure the potential output from a heating plant. So if you have a 10 kilowatt Biomass Boiler the tariff you get paid is £64.30.
The figures quoted in the table above are quoted directly from the OFGEM website