DEFRA Exempt - Wood Stoves for Smoke Control Zones.
Wood Burning Stoves, Multi Fuel Stoves & Chimney Lining Specialists in Portsmouth, Hampshire
South Coast Stove Installations offers you the chance to cut the cost of having the 'stove of your dreams' without cutting on quality.
South Coast Stove Installations, based in PortsmouthHampshire, are HETAS registered installers of wood burning stoves and multi fuel stoves, fireplaces and chimney lining covering all areas along the M27 & A3. All fireplace alterations and installations undertaken.
Areas covered: Portsmouth, Havant, Waterlooville, Horndean, Denmead, Petersfield, Hayling Island, Hampshire, Chichester & West Sussex.
With over 25 years experience in the building trade, all building works and fireplace alterations are finished to the highest standards.
We Guarantee Highest Standards and provide a Fully Qualified Fitting Service, friendly advice and a personal service from start to finish - no third parties.
Wood Burning Stoves
Multi Fuel Stoves
Chimney Lining Specialists
Qualified Stove Fitting Service
Service, Repair, Spares
All Building Works
Slate, Granite Hearths, Made To Size
Free Surveys, Friendly Advice
No Chimney? No Problem!
Call Now for your FREE Stove Installation SURVEY!! Available in Portsmouth, Hampshire and all areas along the M27 & A3.
Wood Burning Stoves & Multi fuel stoves in Portsmouth, Hampshire - The Environmentally Friendly way to reduce your heating bills
Stoves, multi fuel stoves and wood burning stoves are not only an environmentally friendly way to heat your home they are also typically cheaper to run than oil or gas heating systems.
We offer you the option to buy your 'Stove' on the Internet, which can save you hundreds of £££'s compared to going to a retailer. When you have your free survey, we will advise you on what size, make and model best suits your needs and where to look... We can even find it for you!
We Will Beat Any Genuine Like For Like Quote!!
Chimney Lining Specialists in Portsmouth, Hampshire
The carbon dioxide emitted when wood fuel is burned is the same amount that was absorbed during the years the plant was growing.