Century Wood Stove
Open flame wood fires are very inefficient when it comes to heating a room, even if the room is small. As a result, large fire places are often poor choices in comparison to Century wood stoves, when it comes to heating a home. One of the first people to do something about the problem of most efficiently heating a home was Ben Franklin. His stove, known as the Franklin or Philadelphia stove, was one of the first to maximize heating, through its design. Now nearly two centuries later, Century stoves still reflect the spirit and design of Franklin’s first step towards creating the most efficient wood stoves possible.
Century models are suitable for many different homes and rooms. Their stoves can reduce your annual heating bill by several different ways. Because Century models are designed to maximize heat output, you will pay less on your gas and electricity bill to run your furnace. This sort of savings can really add ups, especially since the cost of fossil fuels is on the rise, and gas and electricity rates are sky-high in many locations.The Century Whistler is their top rated wood stove right now. Users are particularly impressed with the efficient burning, leaving only a small amount of ash at the bottom. Century does offer a larger than normal ash pan for If you tend to burn hotter fires then you may want a little more robust model. Its rated up to 1500 Sq. ft. and the reports are good for heating up to that level. The Whistler also offers easy to clean glass.
Century Heating The WHISTLER WoodBurning Stove ; 110,000 BTU, Model# DB05152
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