Heating

Bohemia Stoves – What you Need to Know

Bohemia stoves are wide range of stoves which are traditionally designed with a contemporary twist. They are available in four sizes. This is to suit the different needs perfectly.

Bohemia 30 stove

This is a compact pevex stove and it is ideally used in a small fire place with an opening measuring 16’’ *22’’ in height. This is an ideal choice whether it is used during the holiday homes, summer houses or in the narrow boats. The bohemia 30 stove has an ergonomic wood handle and also a chrome door handle. It is fitted with the air sliders in order control both secondary and primary air wash. This ensures that the glass is kept clean. The stove also has a convector plate and can be lifted out for easier cleaning. 

The bohemia 30 is a small output version and it is a multi fuel stove. This means that this stove can either use the smokeless fuel or wood. The bohemia 30 stove will give a radiant and an enjoyable convection heat and this will definitely warm your home or room. This model has only one door for viewing fire. The bohemia stoves also has an air wash control for the cleaner glass. It is manufactured to the standard en13240 EU.

Stoves and Fireplaces – an Alternative Heating Method

Managing high costs when it comes to heating a home is an increasingly large problem for many home owners around the world. While there are things which can be done to increase efficiency and make smart life choices to limit your consumption, many people consider this a hassle and would rather look for an alternative solution.

Stoves and fireplaces are the original method for heating homes, and are still very effective when done the right way, but not just effective, they can be a cheaper option as well. When done correctly, they can be used to heat the entire home, greatly reducing the yearly costs of keeping your home warm throughout the year.

Stoves are the more easily installed option that a lot of people are turning to for the rustic yet inviting style they offer a home and for the chance to reduce their utility bills. They can cost anywhere from £300 to £800, with particularly efficient ones found throughout the price range. Key to the success of a stove is that it is made from materials which absorb and trap heat, so that even when the fire isn’t active heat is still being released into your home.