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Professional solid fuel appliance installation across Paignton and the surrounding areas

Thinking of purchasing a new wood burner? Choose Mark 1 Installations for expert advice and fully qualified installation services.

Mark 1 Installations

Free site visits & consultations

As there are many regulations concerning the installation of stoves you can be safe in the knowledge that Mark 1 Installations are qualified to HETAS and building regulation standards.
HETAS are the official body of solid fuel domestic heating appliances so you can be assured that your wood burning or multi fuel stove will be installed correctly and safely.

There are several advantages of installing wood, multi-fuel and boiler stoves, other than just being an attractive and cosy addition to your home. The main advantage being that wood and solid fuel burners are extremely economical and safer to the environment than other sources.

Upon evaluation of your proposed or existing wood burning stove or other heating system, we can advise on the correct flue/chimney sizing and layout to suit your requirements and budget.

If you’re buying a new stove or boiler, you can then sit back and leave the rest to us. We will arrange suitable fitting and flue-arrangements for your stove at your convenience.

You can rest assured that a stress-free, professional, clean and tidy job will be done.

HETAS certificate
Wood burner

As a HETAS registered installer of solid fuel appliances I can fit and register your stove or fireplace to industry standards

Fire wood

Which wood is best ?
Apple: A very good wood that bums slow and steady when dry, it has small flame size.

Mark 1 installations van

Take a look at our previous installations of stoves, fireplaces, flues and chimneys.

"Top bloke. Really cares about the installation. Talked us through positioning the stove, the type of stove, the flue, the hearth, everything. His workmanship was very good and he took time to talk us through the function of our new stove and carbon monoxide risks afterwards. Highly recommended."

How to calculate the heat requirement for your room

A good rule of thumb guide to calculate the heat requirement of a given room is:

HEIGHT X WIDTH X DEPTH (in feet) divided by 500
This gives you the kilowatt requirement for your stove.

Recent Projects

All solid fuel appliances by law have to be fitted to comply with Part J of The Building Regulations, by a Hetas qualified engineer.

An insert stove

An insert stove is one designed to fit straight into a British standard 16” x 22” opening These are simple and easy to fit as well as being neat and tidy giving an output of up to 7kW. To install an insert starts at £150.00 up to approximately £250.00 if extra structural work is required.

Burning fire wood

Contact Mark 1 installations today

07594 305589

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