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Do you have a stove in mind you would like to install?

Have you already Purchased the stove?

What is the make and model of the stove?

If you do not know these details they can be found on the either the appliances manual or the metal data plate that is attached to your stove. This plate can usually be found on the back of the appliance. If you cannot find this data plate then it is likely that your stove is not CE marked, without a CE marking we are unable to obtain the information we need to certificate the stove, meaning unfortunately we cannot undertake the installation.

Would you like a freestanding or inset stove?

Where is the stove going to be installed?

Does the fireplace need building work?

What work does the fireplace need?

What are the measurements of your Hearth?

Use the input fields A-D for a square hearth and enter 'N/A' into E-H , use all 8 for a t-shaped hearth.

T-Shaped Hearth
Square Hearth

What are the measurements of your fireplace?

Please enter the measurements below, width (B) is the width of the fireplace at the front, width (D) is the width of the fireplace at the back.

What kilowatt stove do you need/already have?

If you have already purchased your stove you can obtain this information from either the manual or the data plate.

If you don’t already have a stove, nor know what kilowatt you require, you can use this formula to give you an idea of what you need- First multiply the amount of meters wide your room is, by the amount of meters long your room is, and then again by the amount of meters high your room is, finally you divide that number by 14. For example if your room is 5m wide, 7m long and 2.5m high (5x7x2.5=87.5) then you would require a stove around 6.25KW (87.5’/,14=6.25).

Do you need us to install an air vent?

Is your chimney lined?

Is the stove going next to a combustible wall?

Combustible means it is not fireproof, for example plaster board is combustible, but solid stone/bricks walls aren’t. Plaster itself is not combustible, but it is known to deteriorate when exposed to close heat over a long period of time.

Do you mind a heatshield?

Heat shields bring the distance to combustibles behind the stove down to 125mm (the DTC varies from stove to stove, some are as low as 150mm, others can be as high 600mm), meaning you will have a wider range of stoves to choose from if you are happy for a heat shield to be installed behind your stove. Heat sheild’s are usually 300mm wider than the stove (allowing 150mm either side) and either 300mm or 450mm taller than your stove (the height depends on the stove).

Is the stove going on the gable end wall?

Flue straight up through the house or out the wall?

How many floors will the flue pass through

What is the height of the house?

What kilowatt stove do you need/already have?

Do you need us to install an air vent?

If your house was built after 2008 then you will need an air vent installed into the same room as the appliance (if you haven’t already got one). If your house was built prior to 2008 then you should only need an air vent if you have a stove that is greater than 5kw.

Do you already have a hearth?

What are the measurements of your hearth?

Use the input fields A-D for a square hearth and enter 'N/A' into E-H , use all 8 for a t-shaped hearth.

T-Shaped Hearth
Square Hearth

Do you have a HETAS certificate for the liner that is dated within the last 5 years?

Does the register/closure plate and flue appear to be in good condition?

If your register plate is constructed out of a non corrosive steel (i.e galvanised or zinc plated), is minimum of 1.5mm thick, and a looks like a nice snug fit (i.e no gaps), we should be able to reuse it. If your flue pipe is rust and damage free, then assuming it is the correct diameter, we can reuse this too.

Does the flue pipe appear to be in good condition?

What is the height of your chimney stack?

Please provide the height of your chimney, starting from the floor that the stove is going into, to the top of the chimney stack. This can be hard to judge so to give you an idea of how high it may be, a standard two story house is approximately 9 meters tall.

Is your chimney pot in good condition?

If your chimney pot or capping is cracked, we would not consider this to be in good condition.

Is Access Ok?

Is there enough room to position a ladder i.e no obstructing conservatory’s, extension's or outbuildings etc?

Upload images / Add extra information you think we should know

Please provide us with the following photos to help us put together your quote:

  • A photo of where you would like the stove to go, please ensure we can see both the floor and ceiling in this photo
  • A photo of the outside of your property, please ensure we can see both the ground and your chimney/top of your property in this photo
  • A photo of the roof top access i.e where we would place our ladder to access the chimney/roof top

Is there any other information you can provide that you think may help us put together your estimate, or are there any questions you would like to ask us?

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