Installers for Klover biomass boilers

We have been installers for Klover biomass boilers for many years and have installed them in a variety of homes each with their own requirements.

A close up view of the oven on the Klover Smart 120

The name Klover is synonymous with engineering excellence and their stoves are known for their reliability and build quality. This family-run Italian firm use the utmost care and attention to detail in the manufacture of their stoves, which represent the widest range of MCS-accredited pellet stoves in the UK.

Klover are renowned for making simple and innovative products, which are user friendly and eco-compatible, with a key mission to contribute to reducing atmospheric pollution.

To choose Klover means to choose a company that has a long-standing tradition of addressing every detail in the various production phases: from the technical design to the choice of materials, from the prototype tests to the end-line inspection.

“Klover products are created from the passion that burns within us and inspires us each day to devise new solutions to increase your well-being and to protect the environment.”

What we like…

Klover biomass boilers are robust and well engineered products with a range of attractive designs.

Klover Biomass Boilers reviews

Don’t take our word for it, just read these reviews for Klover Biomass Boilers…

“We are very happy with Klover 120, it fits very well in our kitchen and does exactly what was required from a replacement for our Rayburn” Continue reading…

“While undertaking the detail design phase of a new house recently, we came across the Klover Smart 120 wood pellet cooker. This is a modern take on the AGA, combining a boiler that provides hot water and central heating for the whole house, with a range-style oven and hobs.”Continue reading…

“Later I shall have much more detailed entries about the Smart, but our first reaction is very positive…” Continue reading…

Renewable heating incentive in North Wales and Cheshire

Make savings on your heating bill with the Renewable Heating Incentive and Biomass Fuel

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.

Tariffs and payments for the Domestic RHI

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
    • 6.43p
    • Air source heat pumps
    • 7.42p
    • Ground source heat pumps
    • 19.10p
    • Solar thermal hot water
    • 19.51p

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