New videos show the inner workings of our boilers

Have a look at these fantastic video clips. Ever wondered how a biomass boiler really works? This will take you on a voyage of discovery through the inner workings of two of our popular KWB boilers - the Easyfire Pellet Boiler and the Classicfire Log Boiler.

The Easyfire Pellet Boiler

The Classicfire Log Boiler


June 2016 Newsletter

You can read our latest newsletter here

Topics include:

  • Information (and reassurance!) for our existing customers, following the start of our partnership with KWB
  • Our offer of general plumbing and heating work, such as installing underfloor heating, radiator systems, hot water systems etc
  • Upcoming shows
  • Recycled pallet benches!

pallet benchesmartin at show

Visit to Austria

A fun-packed trip to the KWB headquarters was last week’s adventure for Martin, our Managing Director, and our chief installer Steve. They learnt about advanced combustion, saw the new Combifire add-on to the Classicfire log boiler, and met up with other regional partners. Looks like the weather was sunny over there!
A gold star for whoever can spot Martin in the photos…. they seem to be a camera-shy pair! Next time, take some selfies, guys…

combifire with logs

parts of boiler displayed


martin's back at KWB

We are out installing… never mind the hailstones!

Our installers have just been putting the finishing touches to a biomass heating system in a working dairy farm. They are out now (in this very changeable weather!) installing a large boiler system on a Lakeland estate.

We have had a lovely couple of weeks’ weather, but the sleet, hail and bitter wind are a good reminder that upgrading old heating systems is an important job. Switching to biomass with one of our highly efficient KWB boilers will keep you cosy in the worst of weathers, with the added warm glow that you are changing to a truly sustainable and environmentally-conscious way of life.

Here are some pictures of the dairy farm installation in progress…

chip store complete buffer piped up and ins expansion vessel piped up