Biomass Boilers in Shropshire Article Reveals Hot Facts for Heating Bill Savings

Plumbing & Heating Shrewsbury has published its latest article covering Fuel for Biomass Boilers in Shropshire, which is aimed primarily at home and property owners, and all those that have to pay heating bills. The article is available for viewing in full at http://plumbersshrewsbury.co.uk/agri-pellet-boilers-biomass-grass-pellets/


An article covering the subject of ‘Fuel for Biomass Boilers in Shropshire’ entitled ‘Fuel for Shropshire Agri Pellet Boilers, Wood Pellet Stoves and Other Biomass Boilers’ has now been released and published by Plumbing & Heating Shrewsbury, an authority website in the Shrewsbury plumbing and heating services niche. The article brings to light fascinating information, especially for people who want to be both “green” and use renewable fuels, while at the same time saving themselves a substantial amount of money on their heating bills. Home and property owners, and all those that have to pay heating bills will find this interesting. These people and anybody else who’s interested in Fuel for Biomass Boilers in Shropshire can read the entire article at http://plumbersshrewsbury.co.uk/agri-pellet-boiler…


Because, by using an alternative biomass source such as pellets made from for example wheat, barley or oat husks, switchgrass (U.S.), or miscanthus (UK and Europe), or even waste paper and cardboard pellets, it is possible to fuel heating boilers much more cheaply than using the premium wood pellets available in shops and from mainstream fuel suppliers. Perhaps one of the most interesting, or relevant pieces of information to home and property owners, and all those that have to pay heating bills, which is included within the article, is that the advantage of biomass fuel pellets is that when they can be sourced locally, they can be so much cheaper than premium wood pellet products.


The article has been written by Steve Last, who wanted to use this article to bring particular attention to the subject of fuel for Biomass Boilers in Shropshire. They feel they may have done this best in the following extract:


‘Wood pellets are currently the only biomass fuel option for many people, due to their almost universal availability throughout Shropshire, the West Midlands, and indeed throughout the UK and many other countries. However, with a little local ingenuity other options such as straw pellets, and pellets made from the husks of wheat, barley, or oats can be used. Surprisingly, even switchgrass, or miscanthus grass pellets can be used. In some instances, even waste paper and cardboard, pellets can be used. The advantage of the use of alternatives such as these is that they are can be really cheap, especially for those people that have access to “waste” biomass. In fact these people may be able to gain their biomass boiler fuel for almost no cost!’


Plumbing & Heating Shrewsbury now welcomes comments and questions from readers, in relation to they article. Steve Symes, PR Manager at Plumbing & Heating Shrewsbury has made a point of saying that regular interaction with the readers is so critical to running the site because in this subject there is an enormous potential for readers to save money, so by commenting on the particular biomass fuels readers discovered and used they will be able to provide additional insights on the best biomass fuels which their readers have discovered.


In discussing the article itself and its development, Steve Symes said:


“This article is unique in the way that it correctly avoids putting the “cart before the horse”. Rather than other authors for biomass boiler installers, who write specifically about the boiler they have available to install, Plumbing and Heating Shrewsbury starts off by discussing the fuels. This makes a great deal of sense for biomass boiler installation design. After all, the choice of biomass boiler should be based upon the characteristics of the particular fuel source, using such parameters as calorific value, ash content, and tendency to produce smoke. Get the biomass fuel source right as they suggest, at the start of the project, makes sense. Wrong assumptions about the choice of biomass fuel can break the economic viability of a whole biomass boiler scheme.”


Anyone who has a specific question or comment about this article, or any article previously published on the site, are welcomed to contact Plumbing & Heating Shrewsbury (Quote Beating Plumbing & Heating Ltd) via their website at HTTP://PlumbersShrewsbury.co.uk


Once again, the complete article is available to in full at http://plumbersshrewsbury.co.uk/agri-pellet-boilers-biomass-grass-pellets/.


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