Mumbles Log Burner Installer: Wood Burning Stove Installation Case Study Release

Mumbles Log Burner Installer: Wood Burning Stove Installation Case Study Release

With the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reporting that the high temperature in Mumbles from December through March fails to break 10 Celsius, homeowners in the district can benefit from effective heating options like the wood burner described in the new case study. The installation was completed in a terraced townhouse on Swansea Bay’s western edge, resulting in the major enhancement of aesthetics and warming capabilities that Hopkins’ Log Burners customers desired.

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The new case study focuses on the placement of a 5-kW Mi-Flues Medium Tinderbox wood burner with a 316-grade steel Midtherm flue liner. The installation began with the company’s technicians opening the roof of the townhouse and dropping in the flue liner, preparing the space for efficient and safe heating. This was followed by the fitting of a bespoke oak mantle that had been customised to add elegance to the living space.

After the company’s heating experts had prepared the home for optimal heating, they precisely placed the Mi-Flues tinderbox stove, seamlessly blending the appliance into the personalised oak mantle.

The case study describes how the installation carried out by Hopkins’ Log Burners matched the heating capabilities, simple functionality, and home beautification the townhouse owners envisioned.

In addition to comprehensive wood burner service, the company offers installation, repairs, and spare parts sales for both multifuel and biomass pellet stoves. The specialists operate a showroom in Skewen where potential purchasers can evaluate various stove options, place orders, and receive expert help from Hopkins’ Log Burners’ team.

Hopkins’ Log Burners is a family-owned business led by solid fuel heating specialists who serve customers throughout East, Mid, South, and West Wales. As the company has earned full certification from HETAS, its customers do not need to pay any fees to local building control authorities.

When interviewed for the case study, the Mumbles homeowners were quoted as saying: “We are immensely satisfied with the installation of both the multifuel burner and the flue. The oak mantle has provided the perfect finishing touch to our fireplace, making it a focal point of our home. Hopkins’ Log Burners exceeded our expectations, delivering not just a stove but a complete transformation.”

For more information on their wide range of services visit:

Hopkins Log Burners
54 Abernethy Quay

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