Vesta Stoves - Wood Burning and Multifuel Stoves.

Looking for a Stove Installer in Eyam

Looking for a Stove Installer in Eyam

HETAS Stove installer in Eyam

 

Vesta Stoves not only manufacture wood burning stoves but we also install stoves in Eyam All our fitters are HETAS certified and are fully trained.

You can use our form below to get an idea on our charges

Types of stoves we install

Although we prefer to install our own stoves we do offer a nationwide supply and fit service on a whole range of stoves. Here are a few of the brands we have installed recently

  • Stovax Stoves
  • Yeoman Stoves
  • Hunter Stoves
  • Firebelly Stoves
  • Clearview Stoves
  • Dunsley Stoves
  • Esse Stoves
  • Tiger Stoves

What types of stove installation do we carry out in{3}?

We carry out all types of installations including

  • Direct connect up to existing chimney

  • Installation of twin wall flue system

  • Installation of flexible flue system

  • Full knockouts and structural work

  • Chimney sweeping and cowl repacement

  • Stove restoration and servicing

If you are interested in installing a stove then please get intouch. We will gladly chat the project through and help you choose the best stove for the project. We are fast becoming one of the UK’s leading stove manufacturers and installers and are ideally situated to install Stoves and log burners throughout the UK.

 

 

Fault finding and investigation services

we are often asked to carry out investigation work or advise on stove and chimney issues. Some of the issues that we investigate are

  • Downdraught Issues
  • Poor flue draught
  • Water ingress
  • Smoking Stoves/ issues with blacking glass
  • Chimney Fires

 

Fixed fee woodburning stove installation

Vesta Stoves offer a fixed fee stove installation service nationwide. our fixed fee connect up charge includes.

  • Inspection and testing of chimney
  • Installation of register plate or closure plate
  • Stove connection and testing (including HETAS certification)
  • 1 Hour demonstration of use and maintenance
  • Free extended lifetime warranty upgrade on stove and components.

 

Our nationwide stove installation service also has the benefit of giving you a free life time extended warranty on the stove. We also give a full demonstration on how the stove functions and answer any questions you may have on the day. The installation team at Vesta are extremely professional and usually complete the installation in 1 day. We also specialize in difficult stove installations such as conservatories or log cabins and garden rooms etc.

For information on the Hetas registered installer scheme please click here

Vesta Stoves HETAS certification

Looking to install stove in a log cabin or conservatory find out how we do it here

Should you have any queries then please email us or call 01704 821095

https://www.vestastoves.co.uk/

 

 

 

 

Eyam ( /ˈiːm/)[2] is an English village and civil parish in the Derbyshire Dales district that lies within the Peak District National Park. The population of the civil parish at the 2001 Census was 926 increasing to 969 at the 2011 Census.[3] The village is noted for an outbreak of bubonic plague which occurred there in 1665, in which the villagers chose to isolate themselves rather than let the infection spread. The present village was founded and named by Anglo-Saxons, although lead had been mined in the area by the Romans.[4] Formerly industrial, its economy now relies on the tourist trade and it is promoted as ‘the plague village’.

Lead mining seems to have had a continuous history in the Eyam district since at least the Roman era and there is evidence of habitation from earlier. Stone circles and earth barrows on the moors above the present village have largely been destroyed, although some remain and more are recorded. The most notable site is the Wet Withens stone circle on Eyam Moor.[5] Coins bearing the names of many emperors provide evidence of Roman lead-mining locally.[6] However, the village’s name derives from Old English and is first recorded in the Domesday Book as Aium. It is a dative form of the noun ēg (an island) and probably refers to a patch of cultivable land amidst the moors,[7] or else to the settlement’s situation between two brooks.[8]