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Wood stove plus ASHP for central heating

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Does anyone have any experience with combining a wood stove with back boiler, and a ASHP (air 2 water) for central heating and DHW? Looking for a system that can use logs but also operate without if desired and not cost the earth (electric only available second energy source).


Seems to be a few ways of going about it, like a H5 panel or something like the pic below;





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Surely any system that will allow you to have multiple heat inputs will do? Have a look at this site:
I have a heat bank from them with WBS, oil boiler and immersion heater. Has further trappings for solar thermal which may work for ASHP?

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Have had a H2 panel connection rayburn and oil boiler for 10yrs, no regrets does the job. He is a pleasure to deal with.

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