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You must ensure that your stove is installed by a recognised
competent person who is appropriately qualified in the installation of
and that the installation complies with all local, national and European
In the UK The Stove Yard
strongly recommend using a Hetas
registered installer (www.hetas.co.uk) and in
Ireland a registered installer
from INFO - the Irish Nationwide Fireplace Organisation (www.fireplace.ie). In
the UK installations of wood burning stoves and multi fuel stoves, even
a simple stove replacement in an existing flue system, are subject to
requirements of local building regulations and by law are notifiable to
local authority Building Control department. Once the appropriate fee
paid and the installation is inspected, the Building Control Officer
the appropriate compliance certificate. Hetas registered installers can
self-certicate their work thus avoiding the need for costly and
time-consuming building notice
applications. Please note that it is a requirement by some building
companies to inform them of the installation of a new fixed heating
and a relevant certificate of compliance produced. During the
your stove and any related building works, as the householder, you must
comply with any current Health & Safety at Work
The Stove Yard can provide you with a
guaranteed stove and
boiler stove installation service in Belfast, County Down and County
Cheshire, Lancashire, Staffordshire, Derbyshire and Greater
For further information please consult the
building regulations, some of which which you can download
For additional useful information and links to the government websites above, including informative downloads, visit The Solid Fuel Technology Institute website www.soliftec.com.
The Solid Fuel Association website is also a very good source of practical information and downloads www.solidfuel.co.uk.
The new British Flue and Chimney Manufacturers Association website (BFCMA) at www.bfcma.co.uk has a wealth of user friendly and authoritative information, including their guide to stoves and flue systems, which presents the industry's definitive interpretation of Building Regulations Document J when it comes to flues and chimneys for stoves.
Download the Hetas Building Regulations & Legal Requirements Guide Click Here
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are trading names of RPG Industries Ltd.