How to choose your MorsØ Stove?

Which Model?

You should never choose a stove solely for it looks and design- there are many other considerations that you need to take into account. To get the most out of your stove, it is important that the stove`s output capacity matches your actual heating needs. If the stove is too powerful, the air supply will be limited, which in turn gives a poorer combustion and results in more soot accumulation in the stove and chimney. In other words, both fuel and stove are used inefficiently. The following are important: How many m² do you want to heat up? Work out how many m² the stove has to heat and compare this with the figures in the Olesen stove catalogue on print or on this homepage. These figures are based on a normal ceiling height of 2.40 metres, and one kW correspond to 10-20 m² living area, depending on the insulation and use of the house. Holiday home or permanent residence? In most cases, heating needs are less for holiday homes. For permanent residence, stove size depends on individual needs. Primary or secondary heating? If the stove is to be used as the main source of heat in the home, you should choose one that matches the size of your house- preferably a convection stove, since these distribute heat optimally. If the stove is only to be used as a secondary source of heat, on the other hand, e.g. to heat up a living room, then a smaller stove is the right choose. Home insulation Houses vary enormously in how well they are insulated, and if your house is poorly insulated, you should choose a slightly bigger stove. Fuel In Morsø stove with ash pan and grate, you can burn both coal energy coke and briquette, in addition to wood. Morsø range of stoves cover pratically all needs- including stove type, capacity, heating form and design

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