Biomass Heating and Boiler Replacement

Modern technology has ushered in a host of environmentally friendly heating solutions for the home. One alternative that many property owners are now considered is using a fuel known as biomass. Biomass can be materials such as wood, logs, organic pellets, or chips. Why is biomass proving to be a popular option and what are some of the long-term benefits that it is able to offer?

Cost and Low-Carbon Advantages

Many homeowners throughout the United Kingdom are concerned about the rising costs associated with heating their property. Traditional methods such as electricity and natural gas have been associated with increasing monthly rates and unfortunately, this trend shows no sign of slowing down; however, biomass is generally much cheaper than these aforementioned options. From a long-term point of view, such a method can prove to be a very cost-effective choice. As less of a carbon footprint is generated, biomass is also attractive for anyone who is environmentally conscious.

Valuable Government Incentives

The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is another important point to mention in relation to modern and efficient heating systems. It was originally launched in 2014 and currently, this incentive is designed to provide financial support to owners of renewable heating systems for up to seven years. This support can come in the form of cash-back programmes in regards to specific heating systems as well as lowering the overall tariffs. The main purpose of the RHI is to reduce the consumption of fossil fuels within the United Kingdom by 12 per cent between now and the year 2020.

It is first a good idea to utilise the services of a trained professional from an established firm to undergo a heating assessment. They will then be able to advise which boiler replacement is the best for your specific needs.


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