Multi fuel stove installers in Westonzoyland, Bridgwater, Somerset.

We are multi fuel stove installers based in Taunton, Somerset. This stove installation is at a grade 2 listed building in Westonzoyland, Bridgwater. We install a non-DEFRA-approved Arada Solution 5 stove. Our customers supply the stove and chimney components. However, they contact Glowing Stoves for the Hetas installation. Our customers are fantastic and very nice people. It is a pleasure to work for them.

The chimney is very tall, so we have to hire a cherry picker. We find a local tree surgery company and they supply the hoist. Despite the height of the chimney, working from their machine makes it easy work. We drop a six-inch flexible flue liner down the chimney. We have to use a six-inch liner because the stove is not Defra approved. This flue liner is then connected to a five to six-inch MA increaser adapter. This adapter then connects to a five-inch vitreous pipe which in turn connects to a four to five-inch increaser. This increaser is not common. Most multi fuel stove installers won’t come across these components. However, this non-Defra Solution 5 has only a four-inch spigot. Thankfully this is very rare.

Glowing Stoves are multi fuel stove installers based in Taunton, Somerset.

We carry out wood-burning and solid fuel stove installations throughout Somerset and Devon. Our Hetas engineers mainly work in Taunton, Bridgwater, Wellington, Yeovil, Chard, Tiverton, and Exeter. However, we are happy to work further afield. We often find ourselves working on Exmoor or the Blackdown Hills.

Call Glowing Stoves for wood burner and multi fuel stove sales. We supply and install many brands of log burners. These include Westfire, F2, Beltane, Hunter, Parkray, Ecosy, Di Lusso, Pevex, and Mi-Fires. As well as supplying wood stoves, we carry out chimney flue lining services and fireplace alterations. Looking to enlarge your fireplace? Please contact us.

Twin wall chimney specialists in Somerset.

Our multi fuel stove installers fit many twin wall chimney systems. If you want a stove installed but don’t have a chimney, twin wall chimney is cost-effective. Although expensive, when compared to the price of building a masonry chimney, twin wall is a cheap option.

Slate hearth installation.

We always recommend using slate as a fireplace hearth. It is very easy to repair if scratched. Also, it is timeless and never dates. We generally use the Brazillian slate. It is very dark grey with a hint of blue.