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Welsh Valley Stoves - stove installers - Faringdon

Hetas Registered Engineer

Wood Burning Stove Installers Faringdon, Log Burner Installation Faringdon, Multi Fuel Stove Installers Faringdon, Stove Installation Building Works Faringdon

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Log burner, wood burning stove and multi fuel stove installation, with flue and chimney works across the UK including: Faringdon, Newbury, Swindon all surrounding areas and many other parts of Wales

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We are willing to fit any stove in Faringdon & surrounding areas at ‘savings prices you just won’t believe! (as long as the stove meets the minimum legal and safety requirements)

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Welsh Valley Stoves – stove installers (Registered Hetas Engineer) Faringdon

Station Cottages, SN7 8NZ

Phone: 0800 776 5160

We also cover Faringdon, Newbury, Swindon, Maidenhead, Reading and surrounding areas.

Faringdon Stove Installations:

In an existing Faringdon or Newbury fireplace:

  • We can install a relevant chimney liner
  • making sure your stove install meets all safety and legal standards.

Without a suitable chimney or fireplace:

  • We can design and build a system to suit your home and needs
  • We will use custom twin wall insulated steel
  • making sure your stove install meets all safety and legal standards.
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Find out more about our stove, chimney and flue installations services...

Here at Welsh Valley Stoves – stove installers – Registered Hetas Engineer UK – Faringdon, we can complete any required:

  • building work
  • create a new hearth
  • install a flue liner
  • install twinwall chimney
  • install cowels, bird guards
  • replace damaged pots
  • cap unused chimneys

We can arrange to:

  • repair wood burners
  • replace broken firebricks
  • replace stove glass doors
  • replace hearths

Simply give us a call or message us online and we can discuss your requirements.

We are always happy to help, 100% hassle-free, guaranteed.

We can advise you on what will best meet your needs and simply install a safe and efficient chimney or flue system for your Faringdon property.
We always advise you first before installing a stove and walk you through our recommendations.

  • You can send us pictures of where you want your stove installing
  • Send us details of your room and property
  • We will survey your property and needs
  • We will always place safety first

We will make sure your installation will include an ease of access for servicing and maintenance too.

We deliver a twin wall stainless steel installation in your property when you need a new chimney, or in a newer Farnham property when you need a chimney installing.

  • We install a complete system from start to finish
  • The system will pass through roof spaces
  • There will be simple access points
  • The access points will support and maintain your new chimney

To find out more about our high quality safe installation works feel free to give us a call or contact us online.

When you have a conventional chimney we install a flexible stainless steel flue liner system

  • This is safe and serviceable for you new stove
  • We use high grade stainless steel
  • The stainless steel can withstand gasses and acids produced by your fire
  • 100% safe and guaranteed for years to come

To find out more about our stove and flue liner system installation services simply call us or contact us online.

  1. We can self certify the our installation meets relevant Building regulations
  2. Save £300 on a building notice – as Hetas engineers we self certify
  3. Expert registered Hetas engineers and installers – fully qualified specialists
  4. Get FREE no obligation Advice and Survey
Faringdon, a historic market town in Oxfordshire, England, is a picturesque and thriving community with a rich history that dates back to prehistoric times. Situated approximately 18 miles southwest of Oxford and 12 miles northeast of Swindon, Faringdon serves as the administrative center for the Vale of White Horse District. The town boasts a unique blend of architectural styles, significant historical sites, and vibrant local culture, making it an attractive destination for tourists and residents alike. The origins of Faringdon can be traced back to prehistoric times, with evidence of early human settlements discovered in the surrounding areas. The town’s name is derived from the Old English words “Fern” and “Dun,” which translate to “fern-covered hill.” This name aptly describes the area’s natural landscape and vegetation. During the Roman period, Faringdon was located near the Roman road that linked the ancient towns of Cirencester and Dorchester. It is believed that a small settlement existed at the time, although evidence of Roman occupation is scarce. The town truly began to take shape in the Anglo-Saxon era, around the 7th century, when it became an important center for agriculture and trade. In 1067, following the Norman Conquest of England, William the Conqueror granted Faringdon to his half-brother, Robert D’Oyly. Under D’Oyly’s stewardship, Faringdon Castle was constructed atop the hill that dominates the town. The castle served as a strategic stronghold and administrative center for the surrounding area. Faringdon Castle played a critical role during the Anarchy, a civil war between the forces of King Stephen and the Empress Matilda in the 12th century. The castle was besieged and ultimately destroyed in 1152, leaving behind only a few ruins that can be seen today. The medieval period marked a time of growth and prosperity for Faringdon. The town received its market charter in 1218, which allowed it to hold weekly markets and annual fairs. These events became a focal point for local trade and social interaction, attracting merchants and farmers from across the region. Faringdon’s thriving market trade led to the construction of many timber-framed buildings, some of which still stand today. One of the most significant events in Faringdon’s history occurred during the English Civil War. In 1646, the town was the site of a fierce battle between the Royalist forces, led by Lord Astley, and the Parliamentarian forces, commanded by Sir Thomas Fairfax. The Royalists were ultimately defeated, and the town fell into Parliamentarian hands. Faringdon House, a grand manor that was built in the 16th century, was used as the headquarters for Fairfax’s troops. In the 18th and 19th centuries, Faringdon underwent a period of transformation, with many of its medieval buildings replaced by Georgian and Victorian architecture. The town’s economy diversified, with the introduction of industries such as brewing, malting, and glove-making. The construction of the Great Western Railway in the mid-19th century connected Faringdon to the larger regional and national rail network, further boosting its economy and development. Despite the considerable changes Faringdon experienced during this time, it managed to retain much of its historic charm. The Old Town Hall, an iconic building that dates back to the late 17th century, remains a focal point in the town center. The building once housed a courtroom, jail, and market, and today serves as a venue for community events and local gatherings.

Before purchasing a wood-burning stove, Faringdon homeowners should determine if their property is suitable for installation. Consider factors such as available space, adequate ventilation, and the condition of the existing chimney or flue system. If a chimney or flue is not present, a twin-wall flue system can be installed. Consult with a professional to assess your Faringdon home’s suitability and determine the best location for the stove.

Choosing the appropriate stove size is crucial for efficient heating and fuel consumption. The size of the stove should be based on the room’s dimensions, insulation, and desired temperature. A general rule of thumb is that for every 14 cubic meters of space, you will need 1kW of heat output. Consult with a professional or use an online calculator to determine the appropriate stove size for your specific needs.

While most wood-burning stoves are designed for burning seasoned hardwood logs, some models can also burn other types of fuel, such as softwood, coal, or wood pellets. Check the manufacturer’s recommendations for the specific stove model and ensure that you have a reliable source of the recommended fuel type.

The efficiency of a wood-burning stove indicates how effectively it converts fuel into heat. Look for a stove with a high-efficiency rating (at least 75%) to minimize fuel consumption and maximize heat output. Additionally, consider the stove’s emissions ratings to ensure it complies with local regulations and environmental standards.

Depending on your location, you may need a building permit or approval from your local authority before installing a wood-burning stove. Check your local regulations to determine the necessary permits, inspections, and certifications needed to ensure a legal and safe installation.

The cost of a wood-burning stove varies depending on the stove’s size, quality, and additional features. Installation costs also vary depending on factors such as the complexity of the installation, the need for a new flue or chimney, and any necessary modifications to your home. Obtain quotes from multiple suppliers and installers to get an accurate estimate of the total cost.

Regular maintenance is essential for the safe and efficient operation of a wood-burning stove. This includes cleaning the chimney or flue system, inspecting and replacing gaskets, and cleaning the stove’s interior. Familiarize yourself with the manufacturer’s recommendations for maintenance and safety precautions, such as using a fireguard and installing a carbon monoxide detector.

Installing a wood-burning stove may impact your home insurance policy. Some insurers may require additional coverage or charge higher premiums due to the perceived increased risk of fire. Contact your insurance provider to discuss any potential changes to your policy and ensure that your coverage remains adequate after the installation.

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