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Water bearing stoves

Water bearing stove - Piko H2O

Water bearing stove - Piko H2O

Water bearing stove - Senso M H2O

Water bearing stove - Senso M H2O

Water bearing stoves for the supply of hot water

Water-bearing stoves can be heated classically, i.e. with wood, or may instead use alternative fuels. These models blend into your living room and look very decorative. You can choose from a range of different stoves, some of which can be installed in the corner of a room, while others can be installed against a straight wall. Water bearing stoves, compared to conventional models, have a particular feature: they are connected to the water supply in the house or apartment and they supply kitchen, bathroom and shower with hot water. If you do decide in favour of water bearing stoves, you can save a great deal of money when they are in regular operation. The water is heated by the open fire in the stove, and is then stored. The costs of preparing hot water with electricity or gas can be reduced if you install water bearing stoves.

Visually appealing stoves for living rooms

Water bearing stoves do not look different to conventional models that are not connected to the water supply. You can choose from many different stoves. You can adapt these to suit the design of your living room. In this respect, water bearing stoves have the same properties as conventional stoves. They are easy to light and they are available in various different versions. You can decide in favour of a classical stove made of steel, or can instead opt for high-grade claddings of terracotta or graphite. You can also adapt the colour of your stove to complement the colour scheme of your rooms. Stoves are equipped with one door. The living flames really stand out well behind their fire-resistant glass. Heat output depends on the model, and ranges from 4 yo 8 kW. This means that you not only save the costs of preparing hot water. You also save money on heating.