WOOD-BURNING STOVES IN BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

Have you been dreaming of being all snug and cosy in front of a warm stove on cold winter nights? If so, purchasing a wood-burning stove would be an excellent option as this is an extremely efficient way of heating your home.


At Home Farm Stoves, we are confident we can provide a wood-burning stove that will meet your individual needs. As an added bonus, it will also help you reduce your energy bills.

Moreover, as wood is carbon neutral, it will be environmentally friendly too. As we stock both traditional and contemporary stoves, we can satisfy every taste no matter what your budget. For more information about our wood-burning stoves, why not visit our Buckinghamshire showroom?

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There are various types of stoves, such as:

  • Boiler 

  • Electric

  • Gas

  • Multi-fuel


These stoves can provide heat to your home. However, we have a particular type of stove that is superior to the types mentioned...

WOOD-BURNING STOVES


Please consider obtaining one of our high-quality wood-burning stoves due to its several outstanding features.
Efficient heat output


With a wood-burning stove, the warmth will quickly and easily spread throughout your property. In addition, they come in a variety of sizes and heat output levels so you will have no trouble finding the right stove for your particular circumstances. In fact, you can determine the stove size you need by calculating the room size in cubic metres and then dividing it by 14.  


Energy Saver


As a heat source, wood-burning stoves have an energy efficiency rating of around 86 to 87%. This is why they are better than radiators. By contrast, an open fire has a maximum energy efficiency rating of 25%. And that’s not all. Wood is far cheaper than electricity, gas and oil so you will be able to make huge savings by investing in a wood-burning stove.  


Ecologically Friendly


Nowadays, it is imperative that we help to preserve and protect our environment. As a homeowner, you can minimise your carbon footprint by reducing your use of fossil fuels. As wood is a carbon-neutral fuel, wood-burners make an ideal heating option for your home. You can also help minimise waste by converting unused timber and offcuts into wood fuel. 


Aesthetically pleasing


There is no doubt that wood-burning stoves are efficient and reliable as a heating source. However, did you know they can also enhance the interior design of your home and increase your property’s aesthetic value? Furthermore, they can serve as an attractive focal point too.

 
At Home Farm Stoves, our designs range from classic to modern so you can add style and character to any room or property. For instance, a traditional stove would resemble a wood-burner in a log cabin. Even if you have a modern home, an old-fashioned stove can still look timeless and elegant. Meanwhile, contemporary designs add a modern twist to the traditional stoves. Would you prefer an ultra-clean and sleek-looking stove? How about an inset stove? These are space-savers and you can choose between a stove with the door sticking out and one that is completely flush with the wall. 


When it comes to colours, stoves are traditionally black. However, nowadays, there are other colour options available. You can even choose a different colour for the stove door or other fixtures.
Visit our showroom and we will explain how you should position the stove in your home. You will also have the opportunity to see what a big-windowed stove actually looks like. Perhaps you would prefer an inset stove that is specifically designed to fit snugly into the wall. 


Simple But Reliable


When it comes to wood-burning stoves, Twyford homeowners understand that they are a reliable heat source and therefore an excellent investment. Some people may point out that heat sources reliant on gas and electricity are better since they are more technologically advanced. However, if there is a power outage caused by a harsh winter or inclement weather, a wood-burner will prove more reliable than a gas or electric stove. A wood-burning stove would be your only source of heat during a power cut. Unlike gas or electric stoves, a wood-burner won’t stop working. As long as there’s wood for fuel, the stove will continue to keep your home warm and cosy.  


Fuel Type 


Our wood-burning stoves can use various modern smokeless fuels, as well as anthracite or smokeless coal. All of them are good, clean and efficient, and environmentally friendly. We can help you in choosing the right fuel type based on your preferences and government regulations.. Our smokeless stove is suitable if you happen to live in a smokeless zone.

 

   

Where to Buy

Buckinghamshire residents can buy a wood-burning stove from Home Farm Stoves. Our showroom has all the latest models, from simple to sophisticated, to suit every taste. Not only do we sell high-quality stoves, we also provide excellent tips and advice too. We will guide you along the way so you can find the stove that will suit your exact requirements.

COST TO INSTALL IN TWYFORD, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

So, how much will it cost to install a wood-burning stove in Buckinghamshire? Well, the installation costs often vary and depend on the particular stove model and type of installation. Don’t worry, we will be able to provide you with a tailored cost estimate of the stove including installation. Our installers will also help identify the optimum location in your property.

BUY YOUR DREAM STOVE TODAY

Please visit our Buckinghamshire showroom today to explore our wide selection of wood-burning stoves made by the most trusted manufacturers in the industry. Alternatively, you can visit our website for more information about our products as well as useful guides and tips.


Call us on 01296 534234 and we will answer any queries you might have. You can also reach us via email amy@homefarmstoves.co.uk or by completing our contact form.

We are proud to be approved dealers for some of the premier wood burning stove brands available in the UK. For more information on them logos will take you through to their websites

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