Here at Four Seasons Chimneys & Stoves, our log burner and stove installers Taunton, Somerset and the South West have years of experience with installing multi fuel stoves, log burners and undertaking various repairs and maintenance works.
Our stove installers can handle all types and sizes of log burner and stove installation, including taking care of all the complexities and up to date regulations that are required nowadays for stoves, log burners and other gas appliances.
Four Seasons Chimneys & Stoves delivers an HETAS registered installation service on all of our products offered. On top of being HETAS registered, we are members of various regulatory bodies and posses memberships for the Guild of Master Sweeps and Chimney Sweep Academy. As a result, we can give our customers a professional yet safe and efficient services for all their needs.
Need a hand? Please feel free to get in touch with our stove installers Taunton, Somerset and throughout the South West and we will be happy to guide you through the entire process. From taking the measurements, fitting sizes to giving recommendations to ensure the stove is ‘in keeping’ with your property style. Alongside of stove installation we can also help with chimney sweeping and other chimney services.
Call us today on 07583 565623 or request a free quote online through the contact form below.
How We Work
Our team always work as quickly and efficiently as we can to ensure our customers receive an excellent stove installation service. Typically it takes between one to three days to install a stove completely from start to finish.
However this depends on the type and size of stove that is being installed because a less complex install could even be as quick as six to eight hours – we could even get everything set up before you get home from work.
Another point that is worth considering in regards to the stove installation time frame is if there is any building work that needs to be completed. For example, if we have to do any extra chimney services such as internal brickwork, repointing or removing a previous stove, it could add a little extra time to the job.
Please let us know in advance if this is something you require as we can factor that into the quote and time frame to ensure you receive the most transparent quote and brief.
Frequently Asked Questions
“What size of stove will I need to get for my property?”
There are a various things to consider when buying a stove for your home; the age of your property, the room size, amount of windows, insulation, property / room style (i.e. decor), etc. We understand it is a big change for your home and we are more than happy to help through giving advice every step of the job.
“I don’t have a chimney, does that mean I can’t have a stove?”
We get asked this question quite often and the answer is yes! However, you may need to acquire planning permission which will mean you may have to check with your local council. We can install a ‘twin wall’ system, which enables your new stove to safely take the smoke out of your home.
“How long does it take to install a stove or woodburner?”
Obviously this question has a different answer for every customer. It completely depends on the type of stove install and also if we have to complete any other work, such as repointing, plastering around the chimney, etc. However, we can give you a more tailored and fully transparent quote and timeframe once we come around to take measurements and find out your exact requirements.
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“I have a gas fire, can I now have a stove or wood burner to the gas liner?”
Unfortunately, you can’t do this. The steel the actual gas liner is made from cannot withstand the high temperatures of a solid fuel stove or wood burner. As a result, we would need to remove the gas liner and replace it with a solid fuel liner.
“What is the difference between a wood burner and multi fuel stove?”
Wood burning stoves have flat fuel beds because wood burns most effectively on a flat bed of ash with air for combustion coming from above. On the contrary, multi fuel stoves are fitted with grates because coal and smokeless fuels need to burn on top of the grate with air entering from beneath the actual fire itself.
Have another question that’s not listed above? Please contact us and we’ll be happy to help!