Some of the Services we offer at London Stoves.

If you are not sure if these are the services you may need,

Or are unsure on what each of these services may be. 

We have created a section below 

To help guide you through certain aspects of the work we do.

But if you are would like to talk to one of our team, feel free to give us a call.

  • Design, Maintain and Installation of solid fuel Stoves

    1 hr

    Prices Vary
  • Fireplace installations in London and surrounding areas

    1 hr

    Prices Vary
  • Site surveys for stove installations in london

    1 hr

    64 British pounds
  • Installation of hearth stone

    1 hr

    Prices Vary

Service Descriptions

Wood-burning stoves

Everyone loves a Wood Burning Stove.

They look great whilst also making your house cosy & warm. 

Burning wood is carbon clean so it doesn’t cost the planet and they can be a wonderful focus for a family home. 

If you would like to have a Stove installed by our team, just get in touch.


wood stove installations

We Install and Maintain wood burning stoves. 

We have Installed a wide selection of wood burning stoves in and around london.

Wood Stove installations usually take around One to Three days to complete.

if you have an existing fireplace and its straight forward the installation could be complete before you have even got back from work.

If there is building work needed to the Chimney Chamber then it may take a little longer.

This may include us having to:

Render the interior of the Chamber.

Removing existing fireplaces/Gas fires.

Laying a new Hearth. Uncapping Chimneys or maybe Installing a New Lintel.

defra & SMOKE


London is an official smoke controlled area.

This means you can only burn wood if you have a stove that’s Defra approved for smoke controlled zones.

Defra stoves burn wood with high efficiency which means less pollution. Most stove manufacturers have a Defra range.

If you’d like some more info please give us a call and we help direct you to finding your perfect new stove.



Chimney lining

If you have an old Chimney it is best practice to line it.

The liner creates a direct and even channel from the wood burner to the top of the chimney, which means soot and tar have less uneven surfaces to stick to.

Any soot or tar that is created is much more likely to fall back into the burner.

In an unlined chimney this soot often causes a blockage at the flue pipe. Lining the chimney ensures there's no leakage from the chimney during the life of the wood burner, which could otherwise be a risk in an old house.



twin wall flue systems


Rigid twin wall flue is used where there isn’t an existing chimney. It’s a little larger than flexible liner because it’s built with a layer of insulation between two sheets of stainless steel. The standard diameter of twin wall for a wood burning stove would be 200mm external / 150mm internal.

Twin wall flue is suitable for internal and external installation so you can either have it run up through your house, up the outside of a side wall, or even freestanding to a height of 3m above a roof. The regulations can be strict but there’s loads you can do with it.


All of our installers are HETAS registered so you can be safe knowing all of our installations will be done to the highest industry standards.

And we make a point of following best practice above and beyond regulations.

This includes Lining Chimneys and recommending the highest efficiency stoves.