Biomass boiler is an ecological and efficient heating solution, increasingly popular in single-family homes. These systems use renewable fuels, such as agricultural and forest residues (including shells, fruit bones, branches) or industrial residues such as sawdust. It is important to note that the production of these fuels does not imply the destruction of forest wealth, which adds significant ecological value. 

Among the most common biomass boiler options are pellet boilers, which use small cylinders of compacted material, and the crushed olive hose boilers, which take advantage of the residues of the production of olive oil. Also popular are combined pellet and firewood boilers, as well as wood boilers traditional, all adapted to maximize efficiency and minimize environmental impact.