Soapstone Wood Stove
A soapstone wood stove is an excellent investment because of soapstone’s inherent qualities. Soapstone is a metamorphic rock, largely composed of talc. It gets its name from its soapy texture—when you touch it, it often feels like you’re rubbing a bar of soap. Soapstone can be found throughout the world, and has been used to make tools and pipes throughout the history of man. Soapstone is most commonly used to make chemistry lab countertops and sinks. This is because soapstone is chemically stable and resistant to acid. Soapstone is also very commonly used for wood stoves because soapstone because it absorbs and evenly distributes heat. It is also fairly inexpensive because it is easy to manufacture.
Soapstone models are a great way to heat homes because of soapstone’s inherent properties. Soapstone stoves are also very attractive. They are designed to match many different homes, decorations, themes, and colors. Some soapstone models can be installed in smaller homes. Soapstone stoves can hold twice as much heat as steel stoves. They can save money on your heating bill because they can radiate heat long after a fire has died down. Because of soapstone’s natural texture and color, soapstone stoves are as visually appealing as they are useful.
The Fireview is really the main stove of the line and probably the most popular.
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