Masonry Heaters…

Heat-storing fireplaces have been built for centuries in Scandinavia, Austria, Germany, and Russia. The heat from a hot fire is transferred to the masonry mass which can then radiate for 24 hours or more.

A Masonry Heater…

  • burns a load of wood fast and clean, in excess of 1500F degrees, meaning very low emissions, maximum combustion efficiency, and zero creosote.
  • stores heat from the complete combustion of wood in the ceramic core and in the masonry facing.
  • radiates heat all day from one short burn.
  • is made entirely of ceramic and stone, and the warmth is just like sunshine.
  • is a unique work of art hand crafted by a local mason.
  • can be made of a wide variety of materials including brick, fieldstone, Soapstone, Granite, and Ceramic Tile.
  • can be designed to heat over 2000 square feet of living space.
  • heats long after the fire goes out, so you can leave the house or go to bed without concern for an untended fire.
  • can incorporate hot water, baking, cooking, and a heated bench.
  • will not dry the air, or circulate dust particles.

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