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The Firebird multi-
We offer a free home visit to advise on a either a complete new system or alteration to your existing system.
Timeless and Classic. Solo and Duo Stoves.
Contemporary to traditional.
Variety of styling and colour options.
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Frequently Asked Questions
When considering the purchase of a muti-
fuel stove there are a lot of questions you may need answering. Features to stoves you need to understand, to help you make a decision on your purchase.
Hopefully we have covered most of these. But if you have questions not covered, please do not hesitate to contact Ryedale Stoves.
Finally, we have covered some of the important factors to consider when installing a multi-
At Ryedale Stoves we are HETAS registered.
To install either an externally run flue system or internally, which ever may be appropriate.
We can visit your home to advise as to which system may be suitable for your home.
Dovre Sense 203
Stovax Stockton 5
Yeoman Devon multifuel
A/ It is best to have a home survey by ourselves to check the suitability of an existing chimney. We can test the chimney to see if it may require a liner. If you do not have a chimney in your chosen room we may be able to install a twin wall system either externally or routed internally.
A/ You require approximatley 1kw of heat to warm 14 cubic metres of room size, to achieve a comfortable 21 degrees room temperature when the outside temperature is at freezing. Measure the room length, width, height and multiply together, then divide by 14, giving your room volume in cu/m. For example a room 7x4x2.5=70cu c/m divide by 14 =5kwatts. This is a rough guide to stove sizing. Many factors are to be taken into consideration, number of external walls, windows and construction materials all have a factor on sizing.
A/ Clean burn or tertiary air, is a system of pre-heated air introduced at the top of the fuel bed. This allows the re-firing of unburnt Hydrocarbons in the top of the stove. This in turn, makes for a clean burn with less products of combustion entering the flue. This gives a higher efficiency, less pollution into the atmosphere, and a cleaner flue.
A/ It is a feature on stoves through which air passes through carefully positioned air vents. Allowing air to pass over the surface off the glass. Keeping it clean and allowing a better view of the fire.
A/ Commissioning of the stove and installation is essential. It is a very important part of a stove installation process. It has to be done correctly to make sure building regulations are complied with. As we are HETAS registered, we will commission the stove and installation. Then provide you with a certificate of compliance. We will advise on the operation of the stove and suitable fuels.
A/ We recommend an annual service of solid fuel appliances to maintain safe operational use and efficiency.
A/ We believe the Internet is a very useful tool to research stoves. But it is far better to purchase your stove through a local HETAS registered company. Who will advise on suitable products and installation options. We also offer a valuable after sales service to our customers. You are most welcome to browse stoves and range cookers in our Kirkbymoorside showroom.
A/ Many towns and cities are deemed to be under be smoke controlled zones. There are large fines for using the incorrect stove or the appropriate fuels. Advice on smoke contolled zones can be found on the Defra website. We can advise on appropriate stoves and fuels for these areas.
A/ A wood burning stove will normally have a flat surface at the bottom, on which to burn the wood. This is because it burns more efficiently on a bed of ash, with a top air control, as wood burns with air over the top. Multifuel stoves will have a moveable grate, allowing primary air under the fuel bed, but will still have top airwash to burn wood. The grate will allow the use of a wide range of smokeless fuels and will incorporate a removable ashpan.
A/ The warranty or guarantee covered, will differ between manufacturers. It is best to check the appropriate manufacturer for their terms and conditions. Please feel free to contact Ryedale Stoves if you have any warranty concerns.
A/ Smoke or products of combustion escaping back into your property or a neighbours is of great concern, and should be addressed immediately. If you experience this, do not continue to use the stove or fire until you have had expert advice on remedial works. We can undertake an inspection and test of the chimmney. Then advise on the best course of action.
A/ We think it best practice to have your stove or liner installed by a registered HETAS engineer. Who will sign off, and guarantee his own work. It is possible for a person who deem's themself competant to install stoves and liners. Then get local buiding control to sign off after, for a fee. I personally think whilst we are in the process of installation, you are constantly monitoring its quality. Therefore fail to see how a building inspector can see all aspects of the installation after it is finished.
A/ Both are cause for concern as they are both potential fire hazards. Chimmneys should be swept at least annually for smokeless fuels. Quartely for wood and bitumous stoves, and fires in constant use. The above is only a guide and is best to take guidance from a local registered sweep who will give you a certificate on completion.
A/ We only use best quality liner 904 grade, carrying a 20 year guarantee. Although manufacturer's do require certificate's to prove at least annual sweeping, and proof of fuel used, if a liner were to fail.
A/ The twin wall prefabricated systems can offer a solution when your desired location for a stove does not have an exsisting chimmney.