Traditional or contemporary, create a welcoming glow with a wood burning stove
With energy prices rising and concerns about the environmental impact of using fossil fuels, many people are looking to renewable fuels to heat their homes, including wood, solar and geothermal energy.
A wood burning stove could be the ideal solution for your home, not only offering excellent fuel efficiency (up to 85% efficient compared to open fires which can run at just 20%) but also adding style and a welcoming glow to your living room.
From traditional to contemporary styles, Clover can source and install quality wood burning stoves, including chimney lining and hearth, that will fit seamlessly into your home. We work predominantly with Dean Forge Stoves and Pevex Enterprises to offer you a wide range of quality stove designs to suit all homes. To see some of the models available, visit the Dean Forge and Pevex websites or see our Gallery to view some stoves we have recently fitted for satisfied customers.
Living in a smoke free zone? No problem. There are many models available that use a pre-heat air wash to burn off more of the smoke gases, and are approved for use in smoke free areas.
And if you don’t have a chimney, we may be able to build one for you or install a balanced flue system.
Or perhaps you fancy something a bit bolder than a stove in traditional black? Why not choose your stove in a colour that complements your decor, from a calm almond, to dark pewter or vibrant mojave red.
Why not contact us for an informal chat or to book a free no-obligation visit and quote.
Fully trained and registered with HETAS (the Heating Equipment Testing and Approval Scheme), our fitters are skilled and qualified so you can be sure you’re in safe hands.
HETAS is an independent organisation recognised by the Government as the official testing and approval body to approve biomass and domestic heating appliances, fuels and services, including the registration of competent installers and servicing businesses.
For more information, please follow the link to visit the HETAS website.