Trusted Installer Network
At Orion Heating we work closely with local HETAS registered installers who conduct surveys quickly following your visit to the shop. An Installation can then be booked and the stove ordered to meet your requirements.
We recommend HETAS installers near to where you live. Why you can be confident with our recommended installers;
- Each comes highly recommended by Orion Heating and our customers, see our Testimonials Page here. We think they are the best installers in this area.
- Work full time at stove and fireplace installation, offering a professional survey and installation service.
- You meet qualified installers at all stages of the enquiry, from survey through to installation.
- Trade on their own reputation and quality of service, there will never be a surprise third party subcontractor turning up at your home.
- Provide a survey and competitive quotation service, and in most cases collect and deliver each customers appliance.
- There is no ‘shop fee’ added onto quotes, you only pay for the work required for your installation
- Orion Heating and your instlaler provide a thorough aftersales service, that covers both the flue system an appliance. All of your questions are addressed quickly and solved to the best of our abilities.
By working in partnership with the installers, we aim to make your stove purchase as well as the installation a simple and enjoyable experience that exceeds the service offered by unknown subcontractors.
An explanation of chimney types, options and regulations. Chimney linings and flue categories are explained.
In a departure from Traditional coal fires and fireplaces, many customers are now choosing to fit oak beams and shelves above their stove. It’s a handy spot for displaying cards and photos.
Glass hearth plates are a contemporary and clean surface onto which modern stoves can be installed. Especially suited to free-standing installations with no fireplace.
Choosing the correct stove for where you live. Some areas of the UK are designated as Smokeless Zones, and need a DEFRA approved stove.
Non-inhabited buildings fall under different sets of regulations. A wood or multifuel stove can be the perfect heater for cold buildings, enabling year round use with minimum installation costs.