Wood Pellet Stoves normally burn compressed wood or biomass pellets to create a source of heat. This heat can then be used to either heat one room, or the heat can be pushed via a powerful fan inside the wood pellet stove through a ducting system, to heat several rooms, and this is known as space heating wood pellet stoves.
If you are building a new house, or if you want to replace your central heating system with a an affordable and cost effective alternative to traditional central heating fuels such as oil, gas and solid fuel, then you will require a “Space and Hot Water Wood Pellet Stoves”,as they provide both space heating and hot water, and ensure that domestic radiators are heated in just a few minute. These pellet burning stoves are MCS accreditation, which means that Space and Hot Water Wood Pellet Stoves installations in Northern Ireland, via Acorn Renewables Ltd qualify for the current Northern Ireland Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP), of £2500 per installation. Plus you can also earn money from your wood pellet heating system each year with the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)
.If you are building a passive house then you will need to comply with passive house design heating and ventilation requirements and will require a Passive House Heating Wood Pellet Stoves with sealed technology, which ensure that the air balance of the passive house will not be affected.
Pellet Burning stove Benefits :
- High comfort due to easy use : offer a level of comfort that compares to oil and gas heating.
- Enviromental protection : Heating with wood pellets is thus CO2 neutral.
- Independence :The production capacity of these plants guarantees the supply of pellets
- Stoves are used to heat a single room, may also have a back boiler to provide hot water. Stoves are not eligible under the domestic RHI unless it is a pellet stove with a back boiler.
Pellet Burning Stove Range
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