Solid fuel stoves with back boiler

Fitting a wood burning stove with back boiler to existing central heating system

Options for combining heating systems

Options for fitting a wood burning stove with back boiler to existing central heating system

What is a boiler stove?

A wood burning or multifuel stove can, if it is fitted with a boiler, be used to heat a cylinder of water (for domestic hot water such as taps/bath/shower etc.) and/or one or more radiators.

Central heating and hot water from a woodburning boiler stove

Heating a house with a woodburning boiler stove is an increasingly popular option in the UK:firewood is a secure and relatively cheap form of fuel and a wood burning stove provides a cosy focal point to any room. A back boiler woodburner stove gives your family plenty of hot water, as well as running a complete central heating system and by heatingyour home by burning wood as fuel, you are reducingyour COemissions.

Risks from redundant solid fuel back boilers

This alert was issuedin response to a number of incidents and sent to all LAs in England in May2008. A copy of the letter is available for information.

9WD Central Heating

Wood-burning range cooker with Central Heating

Tempted by the traditional looks, extraordinary cooking capabilities, and innovative technology of our 9WD range cooker? And also looking to upgrade the way you heat your home? Then this stunning example of ESSE engineering provides the complete answer.