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I have small rooms in my house, does it get too hot to be in a small room when the tiled stove is on?

The advantage of a tiled stove compared to a wood-burning stove is that it gives off pleasant heat for a very long time. A tiled stove emits an average of 2 kW/hour and that is what we perceive as pleasant, anything more than that is perceived as too hot. With a wood-burning stove that provides about 5-7 kW when at its warmest and then cools off as fast as the fire, a sauna effect is achieved, i.e. it becomes very hot quickly. Then, you must ventilate the room for the temperature to be pleasant.