Zone Heating means putting the heat in your home where it is needed when it is needed, this reduces household fuel consumption, conserving energy and saves you money! Gas heating stoves are a great choice to bring Zone Heating into your home! They bring instant heat; they are clean burning, reliable and trouble free. By using a gas hearth appliance to heat only the rooms your family is using allows you to turn down the thermostat of your central furnace…decreasing your fuel bill.
The possibilities are endless when you choose gas heating stoves to add warmth and character to your living spaces. They come in many different styles and finishes from which to choose. Ultra modern with a European feel boasting contemporary lines to traditional old world charm, there is a model out there for you to match to your décor.
Gas heating stoves offer the look of real wood burning stoves without the work. No more bringing wood in from the shed and making sure it is cut to fit your stove. With a flick of a switch you have instant fire and heat radiating from your stove. These stoves also function during power outages giving you the peace of mind that your family will be warm and safe in case of an emergency. All that is needed to maintain your stove is getting it checked every year by a qualified technician.
These stoves are thermostatically controlled so the heat if completely adjustable. Set the temperature with the controls on the unit or with a wall thermostat. The heat is as steady and consistent as your furnace. Some units feature built in fans to help distribute the warmed air from the stove. One of the popular accessories for gas heating stoves is a remote control that lets you operate your stove from the comfort of your easy chair!
There are many different models of stoves on the market today, they range in price depending on features and size. Once you have determined what your specific needs are you will be able to find a wide variety of styles to choose from to fit your budget. Somethings to consider when investing in a wood stove is the size of the room or rooms you want to heat and what type of ventilation will be required for the unit. Many of the gas heating stoves today have different BTU ranges to handle the square footage you have. They also have different venting options from the traditional stove pipe to venting right out the back of the unit so you never see the pipe. It is all up to you to decide what you would like to see in your space.
Today’s gas heating stoves are efficient, beautiful to look at and add charm and style to your home. Whether you have a new home or renovating your existing home you will have no trouble placing one of these units in your home to bring you warmth and comfort.
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By M. Applebaum