Log Burner. Multifuel & Biomass Stoves: Supply, Install, Repair and Servicing Swansea
Areas We Cover:
- St Thomas
- Mount Pleasant
- Upper Killay
- Three Crosses
- West Cross
All Major Brands
- Charlton & Jenrick
- Chilli Penguin
Log/Wood Burners, Multifuel, Biomass Stoves Swansea
Located in the heart of Swansea, Hopkins Log Burners has been serving clients across the city and surrounding areas for over a decade. Our family-run business offers specialist stove and fireplace installations, servicing, repairs and more.
Stove Installation Services in Swansea
We handle complete stove installations for Swansea homes and businesses including:
- Site surveys to advise on optimal stove types for your space
- Professional installation of wood burners, multi-fuel stoves, pellet stoves
- Chimney linings, flue installations
- Commissioning new stoves for safe and efficient operation
With hundreds of installations in Swansea under our belt, we are experienced fitting stoves in all types of properties from flats to detached homes to commercial spaces. Our HETAS engineers ensure your new stove is properly fitted.
Servicing, Repairs and Maintenance
To keep your Swansea stove running optimally, our services include:
- Annual servicing and tune-ups
- Sweeping and de-ashing
- Fixing stove issues – replacing broken parts, door seals etc.
- Diagnosing and troubleshooting problems
- Refurbishing and restoring old inefficient stoves
- Fitting new stove accessories – fans, log baskets, fire tools etc.
We use quality replacement parts and materials to get your stove repaired correctly the first time.
Additional Services Offered in Swansea
Beyond installation and servicing, Hopkins Log Burners also provides:
- Chimney building, re-lining and repairs
- Complete fireplace renovations
- HETAS certification for new stove installations
- Stove removal and decommissioning
- Stove consultancy and troubleshooting
- Installation of CO alarms
We are the number one choice in Swansea for all stove, chimney and fireplace needs.
Serving Swansea for Over 10 Years
With our central location in Swansea, we are able to provide swift stove servicing and repairs across the city and surrounding locales. Our experienced team has an in-depth understanding of Swansea’s neighborhoods and local stove requirements.
Over the past decade, we have completed hundreds of installations in homes and businesses across central Swansea, the suburbs, Gower Peninsula and everywhere in between.
Whether you need a new wood-burning stove installed in your Mumbles cottage, or servicing for the pellet stove in your Swansea holiday rental, Hopkins Log Burners has the expertise and excellent service. Contact us today to discuss your needs.
Burner & Stove Installations Swansea
Burner & Stove Installations Swansea
Things to do in Swansea
Swansea is the second-largest coastal city in Wales. It is situated along Swansea Bay in southwest Wales, encompassing the Gower Peninsula. The city forms part of the Swansea Bay region and is within the historic county of Glamorgan and the ancient Welsh commote of Gŵyr.
Together with Neath and Port Talbot, it constitutes the Swansea Urban Area, which had a population of 300,352 in 2011. The city is also a part of the Swansea Bay City Region.
Swansea played a significant role during the 19th-century industrial era as a major centre for copper smelting, earning the nickname “Copperopolis.” It boasts three Grade One listed buildings: Swansea Castle, the Tabernacle Chapel in Morriston, and the Swansea Guildhall. The castle, dating back to the late 13th and early 14th centuries, is now surrounded by modern structures. The Tabernacle Chapel was built in 1872 and features unique semi-circular arches. The Guildhall, designed by Percy Thomas is a prominent office building in the city centre, housing the City Hall, Brangwyn Hall concert venue, and County Law Courts. These structures are considered architectural gems of the region.
Additionally, several Grade II* listed buildings in Swansea, including Ebenezer Baptist Chapel and its Hall, Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, the Midland Bank building, Mount Pleasant Baptist Church, and others, each with their distinctive historical and cultural significance.