A burning wood stove is a beautiful thing: warmth and comfort in the cosy surroundings of a log cabin.
It's a common question: can I put a stove into my log cabin? And we're delighted to tell you that the answer is yes!
You can install any type of stove into your log cabin: wood burning, wood pellet stove, natural gas stove - even and oil burning range. Whatever stove you decide to install in your log cabin, you can see from the video that making an opening in the roof of your log cabin is a straightforward operation.
Any experienced fitter will be able to install your stove in your log house in 3 or 4 hours. it is important that you use a double skin flue when going through the roof section of the cabin. it is also very important to have a fire screen behind the stove so that the heat cannot discolour your timber walls. you can get specific fireboard karma imitation stone effect tiles karma and many other alternatives to install behind your stove.
Can I put a back boiler on my log cabin stove?
Because our cabins have cavity walls, it is very straightforward for your plumber to run a back boiler off your stove too. as in any house, what's your stove is operating, you can run radiators off the back boiler full stop it is important to size the boiler and Stove correctly for the heat requirement of your log cabin full stop your heat requirement will depend on the level of insulation in your cabin. Again, any competent installer will be able to size your stove and boiler for you.
Do you have any questions about stoves in your log cabin?
whether you are looking for a recommended fitter, or recommended stove please do not hesitate to contact us to ask about stove installation in your log cabin. we are always happy to help and advise on any aspects of log cabins.