Defra approved log burner

Smoke control areas: the rules

Many parts of the UK are smoke control areas where you can’t emit smoke from a chimney unless you’re burning an authorised fuel or using ‘exempt appliances’, for example burners or stoves.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of a solid fuel stove over a traditional open fireplace?

Most solid fuel stoves are approximately 40- more efficient than an open fire and allow the user to have control over the rate of burn and heat output to the room. Often a large percentage of the heat generated by central heating is lost from a room where an open fire is present (even when not in use). The installation of a stove will mean that the room is much warmer as the air flow is greatly reduced due to the installation of a register plate and the ability to close the air controls fitted on the appliance.

Delivery Of Your New Stove:

Our stoves are very heavy and are delivered on a pallet, please note deliveries are Monday to Friday between the hours of 0am 0pm. We are unable to specify a time.

Supplier of Multifuel And Woodburning Stoves to Sheffiel Rotherham, Barnsley, Doncaster and Derbyshire

The benefits of wood and multifuel heating are many. The constant heat source and continual air changes reduce condensation and wood is one of the few renewable fuels. Wood burning is a positive way of reducing Cemissions by reducing the need for other forms of heating.

Modern Stoves provide a cheaper and greener way to heat your home in Stockport, Greater Manchester

Home Fires and Fuels believe strongly in protecting the environment and all of our stoves are highly efficient. When using sustainably sourced fuels, these stoves are ‘carbon neutral’, representing one of the cleanest, efficient and most sustainable ways to heat your home.