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HETAS is a not for profit organisation offering a competent person scheme for installers of biomass and solid fuel heating, registration for retailers and chimney sweeps and approval of appliances and fuels.
Search for your local installers, chimney sweeps, retailers, products and fuels to enable safe and efficient use of your system into the future.
You can also access a full range of expert advice to ensure you operate your stove and biomass system in the most efficient way, from how to light a fire, what fuels to use and when to have appliances serviced and chimney swept.
HETAS Approved Retailers give you confidence in getting a suitable, efficient and safe wood burning or biomass appliance for your home. All approved retailers contain at least one HETAS trained showroom staff member, meaning quality advice can be given to the end-user that meets a good standard of service.
HETAS is the only competent person scheme specialising in the installation of solid fuel and biomass appliances. The HETAS ‘Find Installer’ search makes it easy to find your nearest HETAS Installer of solid fuel, wood and biomass appliances.
HETAS has launched a new registration scheme for engineers to demonstrate competency in the servicing and maintenance of domestic and commercial biomass appliances.
A good chimney is essential to the continuing efficient and safe operation of all solid fuel burning heating and cooking appliances. HETAS recommends that chimney sweeping is best carried out by a HETAS Approved Sweep at least once a year, depending upon the appliance and fuel being used.
Servicing your stove is critically important if you want to keep it operating efficiently and safely. HETAS servicing technicians can give your stove the expert attention it needs to ensure it can perform safely and efficiently. Our search allows you to filter for servicing for stoves, stoves with boilers and biomass systems.
HETAS has introduced the new Cleaner Choice Product Approval Scheme focused on raising industry standards and driving consumers towards the cleanest burning biomass and solid fuel appliances proven to go above and beyond in minimising harmful particle emissions, reducing the impact of their use on air quality and the environment.
As a non-profit organisation, we pride ourselves on investing surplus funds into business areas that directly contribute to safely reducing particulate and carbon emissions for the benefit of the people and the environment.
We set the benchmark for best practices in our industry through the provision of the competent person scheme and industry-leading training to increase the safe and environmentally responsible use of biomass and other solid fuels, appliances, and associated technologies.
Recent legislation has been laid that places a requirement on participants of the non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive. HETAS has developed a scheme to support businesses in meeting the requirements of the new legislation.
The HETAS Advice Hub has a range of tips and advice to help you make the most of your stove or biomass system. From lighting a fire, when to have your chimney swept, what to do with your stove ash, through to advice on how to burn better. Visit the Hub for expert advice from the HETAS team.
HETAS Technical Hub Access
HETAS registered businesses can access a range of documents and services in our exclusive Technical Hub. From notifying your recent installations, viewing your installation history, business details with HETAS through to all the HETAS Technical Bulletins and guidance documents.
How to light a fire
What is the Cleaner Choice scheme?
Are you in a Smoke Control Area? (SCA)
How can I check that a supplier is certified?
Where to store firewood
Lighting a fire can sometimes be difficult and there are countless guides on the internet. Our team has pulled together the best guidance available so you can get it right first time.
In line with on-going government strategies to promote cleaner air and to better support consumer decisions in the purchase of environmentally responsible products, HETAS has launched the independent “Cleaner Choice” initiative for UK biomass and solid fuel products.
The HETAS team provide an overview of Smoke Control Areas and what this means if you’re looking to install a stove in an SCA.
Finding your local certified fuel supplier couldn’t be easier, our supplier search will identify you local fuel suppliers.
Should your firewood be above 20% it will need to be stored correctly in order for it to dry out. This is known as seasoning. Dry logs burn more efficiently than unseasoned green wood and reduce environmental impact. The following videos guides you through the process of storing wood to keep it dry and high quality.