• Biomass Energy

    Biomass is living and recently dead biological material that can be used for fuel. It consists of plant matter, animal by-products and general waste products. If biomass originates from a sustainable source then it can be considered as a renewable energy

  • Biomass Fuel

    Wood fuel is one of the most environmentally friendly ways of heating individual rooms or a whole house, because timber is carbon neutral fuel. Wood fuel is readily available as logs, wood chips, bark, sawdust and wood pellets.

  • Water Boilers

    To provide heating and domestic hot water a log fired stove with a combined boiler is required. Wood burning stoves with back-boilers can provide most of the required domestic hot water in a house. Larger models are capable of supporting domestic central heating systems and are very cost effective.

  • Domestic Wood Burning Stoves

    Wood burning stoves are typically sealed units manufactured from either cast iron or steel. They operate at around 75 per cent efficiency whereas an open fire operates at only 15 to 20 per cent efficiency. Wood burning stoves require regular feeding with good quality, clean, dry wood.