Biomass Boiler and Heating Systems Glasgow & Scotland 

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If you are considering having a biomass boiler and heating system installed then you have probably just finished the construction of your home or you’ve just bought one and you want to find the most efficient way of keeping it warm. There are so many options when it comes to heating systems you can have in your home, be sure to choose one that is durable and efficient. In that case, biomass boilers have proven to be the most reliable, efficient and easy to maintain whilst providing an excellent long term return on investment.

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What is a biomass boiler?

A biomass boiler is a home heating system that uses natural biomass materials as fuel. When we compare a biomass boiler with conventional boilers that use coal or oil to boil water, biomass boilers are much more eco-friendly.

The biomass itself is made from plant and tree material. They are then processed into pellets that can burn for a longer period of time. The pellets can also be replaced by wood logs or wood chips to sustain the fire.

Apart from the method in which it uses fuel, a biomass boiler is very similar to an ordinary boiler in terms of heat circulation.

One of the greatest advantages of using a biomass boiler is that you can lessen the dependence on fossil fuels for home heating requirements. The reserve on coal or oil is limited in the world. Also, they produce high amounts of carbon dioxide in the burning process. Wood is readily available in Scotland an organic a resource that can be replenished.

What is a biomass heating system?

A biomass heating system is room heating equipment that uses biomass as the heat source. There are different heating systems available on the market today. They are broadly categorized on the basis of the fuel that they use.

The biomass fuel is basically organic material like wood or plant-based material. A biomass heating system burns biomass and uses the heat created during combustion to heat up the working fluid. The room heats up when the working fluid circulates through the radiators, transferring their heat to the surrounding air.

Nowadays, we use modern biomass boilers which are a huge improvement over conventional ones. If your home is in an area where you can get a constant supply of wood, then you can completely replace your oil or gas boiler for a standalone biomass heater. However, with biomass boilers, you will have to clean out the ash at least once a month.

How does a biomass heating system work?

The biomass heating system works by burning biomass fuels and then using that heat to warm up different parts of a home or space. The heat generated within the biomass boiler is carried over through the radiators by a working fluid. Most commonly, water is used as the working medium.

The fuel stored in the storage unit is slowly fed into the burner. Wood pellets or wood chips are usually used to fire the biomass heaters. A feeder mechanism is used to ensure a constant supply of fuel to the burner.

Biomass heating systems are different from those of wood stoves or heaters because of a process called gasification. The fuel is burnt around 600˚C and this causes the wood to release gases which is in turn burnt at temperatures up to 1200˚C.

A biomass heating system can attain efficiency levels of 89 – 91%, making it on par with other heating systems like oil and gas.

6 Facts about biomass boilers and heating systems

Biomass boilers tend to be larger than gas boilers or oils boilers because of their requirement to store the logs.

  1. Biomass boilers can use three types of fuel sources: wood logs, wood chips, and biomass pellets.
  2. Biomass boilers are more cost-effective when compared to electric, gas or oil-based heating systems.
  3. Ordinary wood stoves have an efficiency of 70% while biomass heaters can have upwards of 85%
  4. There are fully automatic biomass boilers which can automate feeding and support temperature control
  5. Biomass boilers are carbon neutral as they release the carbon dioxide which was once absorbed by the trees.
  6. Biomass boilers may benefit from the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).

Features of biomass boilers and heating systems we install in Scotland

Biomass boilers have many features that make it cost-effective and easier to use. In this case, we will be taking a look at the current biomass boilers and heating systems that pack more efficiency than older versions.


Biomass boilers sport a very simple and efficient design. And thanks to this, they are very reliable and can be repaired with ease.

Renewable fuel:

Biomass is a renewable fuel as new plants and trees can be grown as much they are being used. This is very different from coal and oil-based fuels which do not replenish in this specific time frame.

All-year use:

Biomass boilers can supply heat throughout the year if you have a constant supply of wood.

Carbon neutral:

The carbon dioxide emitted from the burning of wood is actually the carbon dioxide it has absorbed during its lifetime. So you are not adding any carbon footprint to the world.


RHI or Renewable heat incentive is a program started by the UK government to promote the use of renewable fuels. Biomass heaters fall within the regulations of the program, and the owner stands to gain 4.21p* for every kilowatt-hour of heating that your home requires from the government.

Reasons to have biomass boiler and heating system installed in Scotland

There are several reasons why you would want to install a biomass boiler and heating system. We list a few of these benefits of owning one!

Cost savings:

There is no doubt the wood is cheaper among gas, oil, and electricity. Combine that with the simple design of the heater, you are looking at a very cheap machine to run for your heating requirements.

Unlimited fuel:

The best thing about using wood as a fuel source is that wood is actually renewable. With oil or gas, you are depleting the natural reserve of the world. Also, biomass boilers can be used as a method to dispose of waste wood.

Financial support:

Due to the advantages of using wood for heating, homeowners who have installed a biomass boiler can get financial aid from the RHI program from the UK government.

Reduce carbon footprint:

Using electricity or gas for heating purposes releases a great amount of carbon dioxide into the air due to the method used in their generation.

How much do biomass boilers and systems cost in Scotland?

A biomass boiler and system will cost you around £15,000 and this price range is for mid-tier biomass heating system. You can always go for fully automated systems that cost more but adds a ton of functionality to the boiler.

If you think that the initial cost of the boiler system is quite hefty, you will appreciate that it is cheaper to run in the long term. So the investment that you put in will help you keep warm, and fare better in terms of long term energy costs when compared to other means.

And when you factor in the fact that wood prices are not subjected to import fees or tariffs, they do not inflate to a degree that oil or gas does.

Hence, investing in a biomass boiler and heater is not a decision that should be made in the long run. And since you are installing it in your home, you are making the right decision.

Area’s of Scotland We Install Biomass Boilers

Biomass boilers can be installed in any part of Scotland as the installations don’t require any permission. However, it is always great to check with the authorities to see if there are any laws or regulations that require you to gain permission before installation.

What you absolutely need to do is find a reliable and reputable service provider for your biomass boiler installation. We have been in the industry for years now and during this time, we have installed numerous biomass boilers and heater across Scotland.

The advantage of hiring us for the biomass installation process is that we bring professionalism, experience, and cost-effectiveness to the table. We ensure that each boiler installation is perfect in every way. We conduct an initial survey that encompasses many factors like compatibility and stability to provide you the best possible experience.

We have installed and continue to install biomass boilers and biomass heating systems in Ayrshire, Dunbartonshire, Dundee & Tayside, East Lothian, Edinburgh, Fife, Glasgow, Inverclyde, Lanarkshire, Paisley & Renfrewshire, Perth & Kinross, South Lanarkshire, West Lothian and all other areas of Central Scotland.  

Finding trusted biomass heating installers in Scotland

We help homeowners’ setup biomass boilers and heating systems in their homes without any difficulties. We are professionals who have been in this trade for years and have experience in both newer and older biomass boiler systems.

We understand that you will have many doubts regarding a new boiler setup. Give us a call and we will help you figure out the right equipment for your needs. We will also guide you through the process of enlisting yourself for the RHI benefits.

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