We’ve just completed an installation for some lovely clients in Abergavenny, who are extremely happy with their brand new and shiny Windhager Biowin 2. They are set to receive just over £23,000 from the domestic RHI, over a 7 year period and emailed me today to say “…we thought you might want this photo. Aaron really has done a super job with everything!”
We have been asked a lot about flues this week.
A biomass appliance needs a flue, much like a wood burning stove does. The flue comes off the back of the appliance, so realistically where it can go relies a lot on where the biomass appliance is going to be situated.
Building Regulations dictate that flues must be 4.5 metres but the situation of the flue is one of the many things we discuss with clients, when looking at feasibility. A flue can go into an existing chimney, be hidden by a roof line, powder coated to any colour you desire or left as it comes; stainless steel and shiny, the choice is yours.
We are receiving some great feedback from our clients regarding their domestic RHI applications; our current record is Alan Moore, whose application was agreed in 10 seconds - he is looking forward to his first payment from the government any day now. Our personal application (for our 22kw MCZ Musa in our house) has been agreed and we are expecting our first payment on Christmas Day!