HDG Biomass Boilers are made by HGD in Germany , a long established biomass boiler manufacturer with years of experience.
Their boilers are designed to adhere to the highest standards of environmental practice. They use less fuel while maximising the heat generated. And minimise CO2 production at the same time.
HDG Biomass Boilers offer outstanding quality and durability
HGD Boilers have a reputation of producing a range of outstanding quality boilers. We would expect your boiler to last at least 20 years without any major repairs so we would always recommend investing in the highest quality.
In our experience it is always worth with spending more at the outset and then saving a large amount over the 20 year period with a boiler that you can trust to require minimal maintenance and running costs.
The range of Biomass boilers by HDG come in four different fuel types, wood log, wood pellet, wood waste and wood chip. They are also available in heat outputs that are suitable for any domestic heating application. And if you are looking for a cost effective and sustainable heating solution for larger properties, commercial buildings or agricultural requirements HDG has larger biomass boilers for these applications.
HDG have unmatched knowledge and experience with Biomass technology and systems
Generations of manufacturing biomass boilers has provided HDG with an unmatched knowledge base and experience which is applied to the design and development of their boilers.
Our customers who choose a HDG bio heating system are assured that they have got a biomass system that is optimally tailored to their individual requirements and is of the highest quality possible.
Green, low cost heating with wood.
With the increased scarcity of fossil fuels, heating your home has become more and more expensive. Using wood (biomass) as a fuel provides an economical and renewable alternative to this. The growth of the timber fuel industry has also meant that sourcing biomass fuels suitable for burning as fuel has never been easier.
The biomass boilers we supply and install are incredibly green, and a typical setup is far more efficient and cost effective than a traditional boiler.
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