Farmhouse Stoves Fireplaces And Mantelpieces In Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire

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Farmhouse Stoves

Tel: 01782565079
Mobile: 07714754742

Affinity Staffordshire (Freeport Talke)
Pit Ln
Talke Pits
Stoke On Trent


Opening Times
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About Farmhouse Stoves

Here at Farmhouse Stoves, we are stove suppliers who offer a wide variety of stoves, boiler stoves, smoke control stoves, inset stoves, wood stoves, stove accessories, wood fires, wood burning stoves and multifuel stoves to clients throughout Stoke On Trent and the surrounding areas of Staffordshire. If you would like to know more on the products and services that we offer, be sure to get in touch with our experienced team today.

A Little About Us…

Farmhouse Stoves are HETAS-approved retailers, and all of our stove installers are HETAS and Gas Safe Registered, We can arrange a site survey at your home as well as being able to give you a reasonably accurate estimate for your installation over the phone or by email, organising your entire installation from start to finish. To ensure the estimate is as accurate as possible, you can send us images/diagrams/dimensions of the room where you want your wood burning stoves to be installed. Also, a photograph of the outside of your property will help as we like to see what the roof access is like.

Wood Burning Stoves: Carbon Neutral

Wood burning stoves captured the interest of many homeowners; the combination of cheap heating and a cosy focal point within the property is an appealing idea. As a result, there are currently an estimated 1.5 million households in the UK with a wood burning stove, with around 200,000 more stoves being sold every year. Many people believe wood burning stoves to be a significant step towards lowering their environmental impact, relying on a sustainable resource to heat their properties rather than purchasing energy from the central grid – much of which is generated by the burning of carbon-heavy fossil fuels.

Despite the fact that it gives off so much carbon dioxide, wood is a carbon-neutral energy source; it may seem counter-intuitive but in fact the logic is pretty simple. Through its lifecycle, the tree will absorb a significant amount of carbon dioxide, and when the wood is burned the absorbed carbon is released back into the atmosphere. This amount of absorbed co2 during the lifetime of the tree is balanced by the overall amount of co2 released when the wood is burned. Therefore, the carbon dioxide actually added to the atmosphere is effectively zero. In fact, based on this concept, subsidies are sometimes offered for domestic wood burners. Though stoves are (the majority of the time) not included, wood burning hot water boilers can qualify for various incentives.

Reasons To Use Wood Burning Stoves

1. Wood burning is free, or if you pay for it, it’s much cheaper and more cost-effective than other fuels.

2. Wood is a renewable energy source.

3. Burning wood is carbon neutral.

4. Gives independence from big-energy suppliers and the impact of industrial.

5. Wood burning is fun.

6. Collecting and cutting timber is a good exercise.

7. Space heating saves money. Heat the space you are in and leave the rest of the house relatively cool. You can always use your central heating to provide background heat elsewhere.

8. Wood burning stoves make for a great energy backup. If your electricity and gas supplies are cut, then you still have a way of heating your home and even heating a kettle or making toast.

9. There’s nothing like a real fire in the middle of winter. Nothing can beat real flames and losing yourself staring into the blazing heat of a wood fire.

If you would like to know more reasons on why you should use wood burning stoves, please feel free to contact our friendly team or visit our website. We will also be more than happy to provide information on the products that we offer from our base in Stoke On Trent, such as stoves, boiler stoves, smoke control stoves, inset stoves, wood stoves, stove accessories, wood fires, wood burning stoves and multifuel stoves.

Where Does The Heat Energy Come From?

The heat energy in wood comes from sunlight. Light from the sun enables photosynthesis; the process absorbs carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and the carbon becomes part of the tree (wood). The energy of the sun is trapped in the wood until it is burned, when the energy is released.

So, why not treat yourself to a wood burning stove? Don’t rely on natural gas, scarce oil supplies or electricity but guarantee you and your loved ones a cosy come with a newly installed wood burning stove and, if you have pets, they will love you and your fire forever!

Call Our Team In Stoke On Trent To Find Out More

If you’re based in Stoke On Trent or the surrounding areas of Staffordshire and you require additional information on the products that we offer, including stoves, boiler stoves, smoke control stoves, inset stoves, wood stoves, stove accessories, wood fires, wood burning stoves and multifuel stoves, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our experienced team today. We’re always here to take your call, deal with any enquiries and answer any questions that you may have regarding the products and services that we offer from our base in Stoke On Trent. Alternatively, you can visit our website to see a full overview of the products and services that we provide in and around the Stoke On Trent area of Staffordshire, we’re sure that you’ll love what you find.

Farmhouse Stoves Reviews

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Great service, excellent from quote to installation. Delivered exactly as promised.

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