Stoves

Deciding on the perfect stove for you couldn’t be easier with Murray and McGregor, our trained surveyors are experienced in all aspects of solid fuel heating. We consider all aspects of the install from the type of stove to choose, flue design and the regulations that have to be adhered to. That means that you can relax in the knowledge that Murray and McGregor have everything covered for you. Your personal surveyor will also advise you on the output required and explain concepts such as chimney draught, efficiency and warm or cold air-wash to ensure that you understand the choices that are available.

Which type of stove?

Wood burning stove

wood burning stove

Wood burning stoves are a completely renewable source of heat, so you can heat yourself without heating the planet. Trees are a fundamental part of our existence and to the wider ecosystems in which we live. Providing us with oxygen to breath, natural flood barriers and a vital habitat for insects and wildlife to thrive in. During the lifetime of a tree it will consume vast amounts of CO2 and release twenty times more oxygen than is consumed during burning. The carbon dioxide that is released on burning wood, is equal to the CO2 that is released naturally from the natural decay of a tree.

We are committed to renewable sources of fuel and encourage all of our customers to become engaged with their local community that produce ethical firewood. Rather than giving endless sums of money to faceless corporations for fossil fuels that are destroying life’s balance. Government organisations such as the Energy Savings Trust and HETAS regulate and give guidance on wood as a fuel source, providing accredited suppliers of biomass.

Contrary to common belief, wood burning stoves can be used in smoke control areas, so speak with your Murray and McGregor surveyor and they will advise you on Defra approved stoves.

Your surveyor will discuss your options regarding wood as a fuel source at your FREE initial consultation. This will inform you of local sources of wood and different types to burn, discussing things like seasoning wood and moisture content.

Benefits of wood fuel stoves:

  • Renewable
  • Save 25% on bills
  • Warm
  • Simple reliability
  • No standing orders
  • Cheapest fuel
  • Heart of the home

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Multi-fuel stove

multi fuel

Multi-fuel stoves are designed to burn a range of materials such as wood, coal, anthracite, smokeless fuels and turf or peat briquettes. This means that they are more versatile in occasions where wood fuel is unavailable. The main distinction between log stoves and multi-fuel stoves are their combustion chamber anatomy. A multi-fuel stove will normally have a grate and an ash pan that needs to be cleaned prior to lighting. Whereas a wood burning stove usually has a fixed grate with a flat base, where the ash left from the previous burn becomes a critical part in assisting the combustion process of your next fire.

Despite the subtle differences in design, there tends to be little or no difference between their features such as airwash and cleanburn, leaving no tangible change in output.


Your Murray and McGregor consultant will guide you in this decision process at survey stage.

Benefits of multi-fuel stoves:

  • Save 25% on bills
  • Warm
  • Simple reliability
  • No standing orders
  • Cheapest fuel
  • Heart of the home

Guidance on owning and installing a solid fuel stove can be found at HETAS

 

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Boilers Stoves

Murray and McGregor are able to advise you in instances where you require you’re stove to perform as central heating. There are two main types that can provide central heating for your home, boiler stoves and Biomass boilers.

A boiler stove gives an output to the room that it is situated in and is also linked to a flow and return central heating circuit to provide warmth throughout the house by means of a wet radiator system and back boiler for hot water.

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Biomass Boilers

Biomass boilers can burn pellet, chip and logs which are usually eligible for RHI payments as long as you use an accredited installer and eligible boiler. Biomass boilers are commonly used to heat your home through a wet central heating system and use a cylinder for hot water requirements. Speak with your Murray and McGregor surveyor who will assess your suitability for a biomass heating system.

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All stoves can be provided by our experienced team, just call us on 0800 316 9985 to enquire.

 
 
 
 
 
 

Murray and McGregor Stoves and Fireplces are a proud family run company supplying a wide range of wood burning stoves, multi fuel stoves and gas fires to suit all budgets across Scotland and the UK. Based in Stirling, Dundee and Glasgow we bring the showroom to your home anywhere in Scotland  - We are proud partners with Perth Stove Centre and Glasgow Stove Centre who have fantastic stove and fireplace showrooms in Perth and Glasgow. Call us on 0800 316 9800 to chat about our wood burning stoves including Newman Stoves  Burley Stoves  Broseley Stoves  Dunsley Stoves  Aarrow Stoves  Pevex Stoves Henley Stoves  Carron Stoves  Jetmaster Stoves  Trianco Stoves  Aduro Stoves  Firestorm Stoves  Varde Ovne Stoves  Nordpeis Stoves  Franco Belge Stoves  Nestor Martin Stoves  Rika Stoves  Wiking Stoves  Hwam Stoves Riva Studio Stoves  Riva Cassette Stoves  Yeoman Stoves  Yeoman Gas and Electric Stoves  Dovre Stoves  Stovax Stoves  Jydepejsen Stoves and AGA Stoves. We supply and fit our wood burning stoves and gas fires to a wide range of areas including Stirling, Glasgow, Dundee, Perth, Edinburgh, Arbroath, Aberdeen, Fort William, Kilmarnock, Paisley, Livingston, Dunblane, Bridge of Allan, Callander, Falkirk, Inverkip, Bearsden, Milngavie, Strathblane, Croftamie, Old Kilpatrick, Lenzie, Helensburgh, Balfron, Drymen, Beith, Kilbirnie, Barrhead, Johnstone, Bridge of Weir, Kilmacolm, Paisley, Renfrew, Neilston, Newton Mearns, Giffnock, Newlands, Clarkston, Kinross, Auchterarder, Bridge of Earn, Crieff, Comrie and many other locations throughout Scotland. Our partners at Glasgow Stove Centre  and Perth Stove Centre stock a large array of quality stoves. They do not currently stock  Morso, Jotul, Clearview, Chesney, Woodwarm, Scan, Charnwood and Contura in ther showrooms, however our Murray and McGregor surveyor will be able source these on request.

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