A Kalor wood pellet boiler is the perfect choice for all your central heating requirements. A Kalor Boiler outperforms it's rivals and can easily heat radiators, underfloor heating, domestic hot water or any combination of these. A Kalor wood pellet boiler does not require a buffer tank and will automatically modulate as demand is almost satisfied without any significant drop in efficiency. This makes a Kalor wood pellet boiler the heating system of choice for new build and retrofit alike .
A Kalor wood pellet boiler offers a fully renewable heating system to home and business owners and is a suberb alternative to oil, gas, solid fuel or heatpumps. Kalor wood pellet boilers offer very low running costs and are only a fraction of the cost of a heatpump to install. Highly efficient, extremly reliable, extensively proven and offering varying degrees of automation (depending on your preferences and budget), Kalor wood pellet boilers are quickly becoming a much sought after heating system.
Kalor wood pellet boilers are offered in a "Compact Boiler" style for an extremly compact and cost efficient boiler and an "Automatic Boiler" style for a top of the range heating appliance with all the bells and whistles that any pellet boiler can offer. See below for the available models.
If you don't need a boiler, check out our range of Boiler Stoves for a boiler that you can fit in your kitchen or sitting room or see our range of Air Stoves, Ductable Stoves, Slimline Stoves and Insert Stoves.
Please don't hesitate to contact us for further information.
Commercial heat incentive scheme: Under the Government incentive for commercial premises; the Support Scheme for Renewable Heat (SSRH), all Kalor wood pellet boilers that replace a fossil fuel system in any exclusively commercial premises, are eligible for a tarriff on heat generated for 15 years! Yes, you can get paid for the heat you generate for a period of 15 years if you install a Kalor wood pellet boiler in place of an oil, gas or solid fuel heating system. The SSRH is administered by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) and is live since June 2018.