The wood-burning stove market has increased dramatically over the last few years as manufacturing techniques improve, new technology is introduced, and safety regulations come into play. It is now possible to acquire a wood-burning stove for just a few hundred pounds, although some more contemporary stoves can cost a few thousand pounds. Whatever type of wood burner you choose, make sure to use a HETAS registered installer. So, what is it about the beauty of the wood-burning stove which appeals to so many?
Relaxing In Style
For those who have sampled the delights of a wood-burning stove, you will know that they offer heat and an ambiance, which is difficult to match. It is this deep-seated heat that emits from the stove that makes for a relaxing and warm environment. There is nothing better than coming in from a hard day at work, kicking off your shoes, and putting your feet up in front of a rip-roaring wood-burning stove.
Such has been the stove market’s growth that whatever style, whatever budget, and whatever heat output you require from your wood-burning stove, there is something to suit all tastes.
Contemporary And Traditional
Those who have looked into the wood-burning stove market will be well aware that there is an array of contemporary and traditional models. There are many to choose from if you are looking for a simple box stove, but if you’re looking for something a little larger, unique in shape, and eye-catching, there are more than enough contemporary devices available. It is also worth noting that while on the outside, the modern-day wood-burning stove looks simple and unchanged from years gone by; it is the technology under the surface, which is the difference.
Radiant And Convection Stoves
There are two main types of stoves which are radiant and convection, both of which are very popular. In simple terms, the radiant stove emits heat via the front of the device with very little wasted towards the rear. This type of stove is popular with relatively small rooms where there is no significant heat output requirement. A convection stove is designed in such a way as to funnel hot air out through the top of the machine sucking in denser cold air at the bottom, thereby creating a continuous heat cycle that is capable of filling more substantial rooms.
As we touched on above, the modern-day stove’s relatively traditional outside design hides many new technologies and extremely efficient designs. These efficiencies are perfectly illustrated in statistics available for every stove on the market today. These stats confirm how much of the fuel used is converted into actual heat and released into the atmosphere. Efficiency ratings of well over 70% offer excellent value for money.
Focal Point Of Your Room
Wherever you place your wood-burning stove, it will become a focal point of your room and something of a conversation starter when you have guests. Even though stoves have been around for hundreds of years, they still have a mystique surrounding them, offering simple back-to-basics heating with style. While home improvement trends change regularly, there are stoves to fit every decor style to ensure their popularity will continue to grow.