Wood burning stoves slash bills & provide stylish interior decoration

  • 17 Sep 2014

HWAM’s newest stove includes Lambda controls, commonly found in biomass boilers, that work to modulate air flow as wood’s composition changes during combustion, ensuring wood is burning at is maximum to allow customers to get more out of their fuel.

The stove can make a significant contribution to reducing heating bills in an open plan, well insulated home whilst providing a contemporary and stylish feature piece for interior decoration.

Euroheat co-founder, Simon Holden, is urging installers and end-users to consider using the company’s wood burning stoves, which feature controllable temperature output and a built in thermostat.

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