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The Wood Heating Company's dedicated team of biomass experts have been installing and servicing boilers across the North East, Yorkshire and the Scottish Borders for over 30 years. Recognised to be the most capable supplier and installer of biomass boilers in the region, most of our business comes from personal recommendations from happy customers.

When over 95% of biomass installers have only been around for a couple of years, and few have any real experience of servicing biomass appliances...who should you trust to look after your boiler? The Wood Heating Company - trusted by 100's region-wide for over 30 years, Click here to read more about our cost saving service packages.

A log or wood pellet boiler offers the economy of cheaper fuel prices, the convenience of full automation (for pellet systems), and the potential to recover your investment through the Renewable Heat Incentive.

 

Wood fuel is one of the most flexible renewable energy technologies for heating. Unlike heat pumps, biomass boilers provide heat at the same temperature as your existing oil or gas boiler, so no adaptations are required to your existing distribution system to accommodate the change of heat source – your radiators, underfloor heating and hot water cylinder all remain as they are now. Read more...

The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) has dramatically altered the economics of biomass, thereby making it the obvious choice for heating farms, rural estates and agricultural enterprises.

 

If you have cottages on your property, your tenants are currently buying fuel from elsewhere and they could be buying it from you. You are likely to be able to supply heat from a central boiler plant and district heating scheme for less than they are currently paying and – particularly if you self-supply the fuel – still make a healthy profit. Add the RHI payments to the profit on heat sales and you have a sustainable and profitable income stream. Read more...

If you have to heat large commercial premises, why not turn your heating bill into an income stream?

 

The non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) makes heating commercial properties using renewables a financial no-brainer. Designed to provide a 12% return on investment and funded by HM Treasury with a guarantee that it will increase in line with RPI, the RHI is payable for a period of 20 years from the date the installation is accredited. Read more..

The non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) offers an attractive financial incentive to set up community heating schemes and provide heat to several properties from a central boiler.

 

Just two small cottages sharing a single biomass boiler qualify as a ‘non-domestic’ installation in the same way that a scheme covering an entire town would qualify. The key is that a single boiler is providing heat to more than one separately rated/council-taxed property. Read more…