Our newly refurbished showroom features the full range of Aga wood burners and a selection of other quality manufacturers. You will be able to sample a wood burner in action with our live demonstrations in the showroom. Our expert team will guide you through the ranges and options available to you.
We are able to supply almost any British, German or Scandinavian wood burner all of which are available for our team to install or for complimentary delivery anywhere in the UK.
We are always on hand to offer advice from the right wood burner for you through to the safety of an existing appliance. We are able to advise on all aspects of a purchase or an installation and our team are waiting to assist you.
Wood burners are relatively low maintenance although there are some routine tasks and perishable parts to consider.
Wood burner manufacturers and Hetas recommend at least an annual sweep of the flue system. All of the seals, glass, fire bricks and ropes should also be regularly inspected to ensure safe and efficient running.
We can come and service any wood burner and supply replacement components for all major brands.
The Dorset Woodburner Centre offer a full schedule of servicing and a very reasonably priced annual service plan.
Wood burning and Multi-fuel stoves are required, by law to have a sealed flue system. This must be compliant to Hetas or Building part ‘J’ regulations.
At the Dorset Wood burner Centre this is all part of our standard installation package. This service is also available should you have an existing wood burner requiring installation.
Our installation service includes the following stages, as standard;
A stainless steel liner is installed from the top of the chimney pot down to the fire chamber in your home. This is supported by a stainless steel cowl which is specially designed for multi-fuel wood burners.
Next we seal off your chimney with a register-plate which is secured in the neck of the chimney flue above the fire chamber. This ensures there can be no damage to the brickwork of your home’s chimney system and that all exhaust gasses are taken safely away from the wood burner.
The flexible flue liner is then sealed to the register plate with an adaptor, allowing it to be connected to the stovepipe and finally your wood burning stove.
The testing process is then completed: The flue is heated and the wood burner saturated with smoke. The air intakes are opened and the draw is measured to ensure a safe and effective installation. A Co2 alarm is fitted to doubly ensure continued safety.
The cost of this process depends on the length and diameter of liner and any scaffolding requirements. Lining is the safest solution to ensure a fully functional flue. A Twinwall Flue System is a flue that can be installed to allow the installation of a fire if there is no existing flue or the existing flue isn’t in the right place for your needs.
All work is in accordance with the current British Standards and Building Regulations.