Wood burning heating stoves for the home
Here we share some features of heating stoves that you may not have heard about before, but always hoped to find in your search for the ideal heating system for your home.
A real masonry heating stove is in many respects superior to other types of heating system. The stove’s considerable stone mass can store a significant volume of heat which radiates out into the house during the day. In cold weather, a couple of armfuls of wood is sufficient to heat up the stove. In freezing temperatures, you might need a third load.
A masonry stove creates an exceptionally cosy atmosphere in the home. The reason for this is that the stove’s radiant heat predominantly heats the objects and bodies in the house rather than the air around them. The stove also "breathes". During heat up, the stove emits accumulated moisture, and during cool down reabsorbs moisture, maintaining ideal humidity levels in your home. With household heating using radiators (central heating or private boiler), the room temperature must be 22°C for a person to feel comfortable. By comparison, a masonry stove creates the same level of comfort at 18°C.
Our wood heating stoves are totally safe. You can go to bed, completely unconcerned as soon as the last batch of logs has fully burnt through. Our masonry stoves have a number of unique properties due to the technical perfection of their design. Would you like to know more?