The finest way to warm your home
WE HAVE THE KNOW-HOW YOU NEED!
Masonry heaters are clean, efficient wood heaters,
each unique to your home. These are the heaters to have
if you are looking for a beautiful wood heater that:
Releases few emissions.
Doesn’t clog up your flue.
Doesn’t need constant refuelling.
Is a beautiful feature in your home.
Provides 24-hour heat from a 2-hour burn.
You can lean against while it is burning.
HOW A MASONRY HEATER WORKS
A masonry heater is a ‘fast’ combustion heater rather than a slow combustion heater.
The firebox is filled with wood and is lit. You don't add wood while the fire is burning. The masonry heater is designed to burn very hot and clean to maximise efficiency and minimise emissions.
The combustion gases are channelled up and down through the heater. The heat they contain is absorbed into the core and the masonry facing before reaching the flue, rather than being wasted as with other wood heaters. This stored heat is then radiated out for you to enjoy for 18 – 24 hours; it is great to sit with your back against a masonry heater, it is “like a rock warmed by the sun”.
In Russia the top of the heater was where the children slept in the winter.
We first experienced masonry heaters when hiking in the Dolomite mountains in Italy.
A blizzard kept us indoors and we spent the day leaning against a masonry heater with our wet soggy clothes draped over it.
We were converted. We investigated further and included one in the home we were building.
It is the best heating we have ever experienced, truly a “heavenly heat”. That started us importing heater kits to make them available in Australia.
WHERE WE ARE SHOWING IN 2021 & 2022
We would love to meet you and discuss heating. We will be attending these shows and markets where possible.
Moss Vale Agrishow
29th-31st October 2021
Mudgee Small Farm Field Days
8th-9th July 2022
Henty Machinery Field Days
20th-22nd September 2022
Subject to Covid restrictions, we plan to be at the following markets:
* 1st Saturday of month: Jindabyne
* 1st Sunday of month: Candelo
* 2nd Saturday of month: Murrumbateman
* 2nd Sunday of Month: Pambula
* 3rd Sunday of month: Cooma/Queanbeyan
* 4th Saturday of month: Braidwood
Please check our Facebook before each date.