Nicer warmth, a more efficient fireplace and a beautiful “feel good” piece of furniture.
- Less wood consumption
- Better economy
- Better environmental values
A wood-burning stove provides about 5-7 kW when the fire is burning, and it cools down very quickly, which means that you get a “sauna effect”, i.e., too much heat for too short a time for the house and people to be able to absorb the heat. A fireplace that produces 2.5 kW/hour is optimal from an energy and comfort perspective: Higher than this is perceived as too hot. A properly fired tiled stove provides approximately 2kW/hour all day long.