It’s likely that you know someone with a wood boiler, whether it’s a cosy feature to warm up the living room or it’s a full system to heat an entire building. Though the term wood boilers actually refers to systems that heat an entire building, most people are familiar with traditional fireplace wood stoves that have been in use for years in living rooms.
Rising Gas Prices are Encouraging People to Seek Alternative Heating Solutions
With the prices of gas and oil rising all the time, more and more people are feeling the pinch when it comes to something as simple as keeping your home at a comfortable temperature. As a result, alternatives such as wood boilers and stoves are becoming a popular choice for homeowners that want to bring their energy bills down. Operating at over 90% efficiency, wood boilers can easily meet the hot water requirements of a house and can use logs, pellets or chips for fuel. Being eligible for the Renewable Heat Incentive and Renewable Heat Premium Payment makes wood boilers a sound investment – you can expect the entire system to pay for itself after 8 years or so. Couple that with your reduced bills and the feel-good factor of knowing you’re helping the environment (wood boilers are pretty much carbon neutral) and wood boilers are a sound solution for pretty much any premises.
Wood Boilers Pay for Themselves Over Time
When it comes to wood boilers and stoves, Oxford Renewables know all there is to know. Providing a range of wood boilers, stoves and fuel, they are experts on all aspects of wood boilers and will happily discuss your requirements with you and offer practical advice. Why not take a look at their website and see how they can help you?