Please use the search functions above to find your nearest registered Biomass Maintenance technician.
Please note, there are many different biomass appliance manufacturers, some with discontinued manufacturer support or those which do not require specialist engineers to complete maintenance.
If your specific appliance isn’t listed, please use a generic postcode search to find your nearest Registered business. They will be happy to advise whether they are able to provide maintenance for your product.
HETAS Approved Biomass Maintenance Scheme
HETAS has launched a new registration scheme for engineers to demonstrate competency in the servicing and maintenance of domestic and commercial biomass appliances.
The non-profit organisation, which is committed to helping people make cleaner and safer choices in the use of biomass and other solid fuels and associated technologies, has developed the scheme to support the MCS Standard for Planned and Preventative Maintenance of Biomass Appliances.
The Standard was prepared by the MCS Biomass Maintenance Working Group in consultation with industry. It follows research by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) which acknowledged that poorly maintained appliances emit particulates that damage air quality, and a lack of operator knowledge and maintenance are the primary reasons for poor biomass boiler operations and increased emissions.
The new scheme run by HETAS will recognise competent maintenance businesses and individuals that can carry out manufacturers’ required appliance maintenance and raise the importance of burning the correct fuel. Engineers registered on the scheme will be able to meet the requirements placed on domestic and commercial recipients of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) to prove their appliance is properly maintained.
Find more information about the scheme and how to join here.