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Quick FAQs.

How do I prepare for my installation?

Before installation day, anything you can do to clear the room and working area of furniture and possessions is a huge help. We will bring dust sheets and floor protection to keep the space as clean as possible but it is worth bearing in mind that fireplace installations can release a lot of building dust, soot and debris.

Please plan ahead to keep pets and children at a safe distance and ideally in another room if possible.

If there are fireplace alterations involved, we are likely to use heavy duty masonry power tools and it can be very noisy for long periods of time so you might consider warning adjoining neighbours or rearranging work conference calls.

We may need to keep all windows and external doors open throughout our visit so that the room is kept well ventilated.

If applicable, ideally your chimney should be swept prior to installation to ensure the chimney or flue is clear of blockages although we can include for this in our installation scope of works.

Please consider keeping access routes to the property clear and allow enough space close to the entrance for parking if possible. We will advise on requirements if we have booked scaffolding or MEWP access to the chimney.

What are my options if I have no chimney?

Whilst an electric fire is the simplest, most cost effective option if you don’t have a chimney, you can install a gas fire with a balanced flue system or a wood burning fire with a twin-wall flue system.

What are Ecodesign regulations and smoke control areas?

Ecodesign for Sustainable Products Regulation (

Many types of energy-related products are regulated to ensure they meet specific measures relating to their energy usage. This reduces their environmental impact, improves their energy efficiency, and cuts greenhouse gas emissions.

Smoke control areas: the rules (

Many parts of the UK are smoke control areas where:

there’s a limit on how much smoke you can release from a chimney

you can only burn authorised fuel, unless you use an ‘exempt appliance’

In England you may have to pay a penalty of up to £300 if your chimney releases smoke in a smoke control area.

You can be fined up to £1,000 if you buy unauthorised fuel to use in an appliance that’s not approved by Defra.

Your Local Authority is responsible for the designation and supervision of smoke control areas. To find out if you live in a smoke control area, we recommend contacting your Local Authority to advise ( Defra also have an interactive Smoke Control Areas Map available online which is searchable by post code

Strongly supporting the industry drive for greener, cleaner burning, high efficiency appliances ROAR stock a large selection of wood burning stoves which far exceed Ecodesign regulations and are Defra exempt for use in smoke control areas.

I need a new stove, fire and/or fireplace - where do I start?

The best way to start is to fill out our online enquiry form or send us an email us at with your contact details (name, address, phone & email) and project requirements. There are a few essential things we need to know (if applicable):

Rough age and type of property construction.

Existing chimney or flue requirements.

Existing fireplace details. Location, type of appliance – how much you intend to keep or replace.

Heat output requirements – this depends on several factors such as the room size, age of the property and level of insulation, number and size of doors and windows, external walls, the central heating system in place and how cold or warm you personally feel as everybody is different!

Access to fuel sources – natural or LPG gas, wood etc.

Have you already collected some project inspiration or ideas and do you have a preference for contemporary or tradition styling?

If you are at design or build stage, it would be helpful for us to see any drawings or plans you have.

We usually kick off with a free site survey to establish room size, feasibility of desired location of the stove or fire, roof access and potential scaffolding or MEWP requirements, and determine the full scope of works.

We can then book a showroom visit appointment so you can look at the product ranges and some of the fireplace finishes we have on offer. We have a few fires available to view on live display.



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