Our wood pellet fires have the real flame ambience of a logburner without any of the chopping/carrying/dirt on the floor/EEK there’ s a spider(!) hassle, and the convenience and simplicity of a heatpump – but will continue to pump out heat no matter how cold it gets!
Living in a warm, dry home is good for you, say the Asthma Foundation of New Zealand (www.asthmafoundation.org.nz). If your home is damp and cold, everyone living there is more likely to suffer more bouts of colds and flu than those living in a warm, dry home, and the likelihood of developing a respiratory illness is greatly increased. All this means more doctors bills, more time spent sick in bed, and generally, not much fun!
A wood pellet fire can help dry your home by circulating out the damp air, and because dry air is easier to heat, the home will also be nice and warm. The recommended room temperature for healthy living is between 18-21 degrees celcius, and with our thermostat model pellet fires, it is easy to set the temperature to ensure you stay within in this range.