The Green Answer To Oil, Gas and LPG Heating
Biomass Boilers are being installed in homes and commercial properties as they are considerably cheaper to run than those using fossil fuels. The use of Biomass Boilers are also an effective way for house builders and developers to exceed code 4 compliance of the Code for Sustainable Homes, and for local councils and architects to meet their renewable energy targets.
Biomass Boilers are easy to operate and can be connected to virtually any existing heating system. Instead of burning fossil fuels, wood pellet boilers burn a renewable fuel that provides heat for your central heating and hot water. This also helps to counter the impacts of climate change. With the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), both domestic and commercial property owners can not only feel virtuous by owning a wood pellet boiler, it can also work out to be considerably cheaper to run than owning a gas or oil boiler.
Biomass Boilers are the ideal replacement boiler technology for oil, LPG and electricity. By installing a Biomass Boiler, your heating costs and CO2 emissions will be reduced. The government has introduced an attractive Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) which is a tax-free and index-linked scheme providing you with a financial return for going green.
Wood Pellet Biomass Boilers:
- Use biomass wood pellet fuel
- Clean and easy to operate
- Are manufactured and supported in the UK
- Give you a tax free income from the government
- Provide an effective way of using renewable energy, reducing your carbon footprint and protecting the environment for generations to come
- Qualify for the RHI
- Should be installed by a MCS approved installer
Biomass Boiler Installation Accreditation
As a company, Eco Installer hold Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) for biomass – registration number NIC3315. Our engineers also hold the HETAS, dry appliances, biomass and chimneys and flues qualifications. Based at Ely, we carry out Biomass Boiler installations throughout Cambridgeshire and the adjoining areas including, Pymore, Kings Lynn, Huntingdon, Royston, Saffron Walden, Cambridge, Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds.
If you are in the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) Scheme or looking to install a boiler and receive the RHI funding, you will need buy your fuel from suppliers who are on the Biomass Suppliers List (biomass-suppliers-list.
Biomass Boiler Registered Manufacturers
We are registered installers for OkoFEN and MCZ, both of whom design and make some of the highest grade wood pellet boilers on the market, providing you with a heating system for the future. Biomass boilers come in different kW output capacities, ensuring the best efficiency is calculated for your home or commercial building.
Please click here to view a video by Roly explaining the workings of a typical manual wood pellet biomass central heating boiler. Roly shows you the fuel and then explains the running and the small amount of day-to-day management needed plus the cleaning of the biomass boiler.
To read about some of the Biomass Boiler installations we have fitted in Ely, Cambridgeshire and throughout East Anglia, please click here.
Please click here to visit frequently asked questions regarding Biomass Boilers and Wood-Pellets.
As of 9th August 2019, Eco Installer will not be taking on any new installations or service requests for wood pellet or wood gasification boilers, multi-fuel and wood burning stoves, oil central heating, and Solar Thermal system. All new enquiries should be forwarded to William Furness of Furnace Plumbing and Heating Services Tel: 01353 741874, Mob: 07732 120199, or Email: [email protected]