Inbuilt Wood Heaters

Inbuilt wood heaters are a popular form of wood heating. They can turn an old, draughty open fireplace into an attractive, warm combustion heater. They can add to them a new home or renovation as a zero-clearance install.

Many older homes feature a traditional stone or brick open fireplace. In times past, these were the primary form of home heating. But they are dirty, incredibly inefficient, and often dangerous.

A modern combustion heater is a great replacement option. They are highly efficient, make next to no pollution and provide longer and safer burn times with controlled combustion. The uninsulated firebox still provides radiant heat into the bricks. While the standard fan helps distribute heat throughout the room or house.

Popular models include the Nectre Inbuilt, Jindara Riverina, and the Coonara Compact.

Masonry wood heaters are available in a variety of sizes and styles, and our experienced staff are more than happy to assist you in choosing the right option for your home.

For newer homes, an inbuilt fireplace is a fantastic way to add ambience and warmth to your home. Modern units utilize a zero-clearance box to insulate the timber frame and villaboard lining from the radiant heat of the firebox. The zero-clearance box helps make installation easier and cheaper.

Popular models include the Regency Mansfield, Blaze B520 and B820, the Masport Inverell and the Pacific Energy Neo series.

Like all wood heater categories, Energy Hothouse has an extensive display of inbuilt wood heaters and can offer advice on finding the best product for your needs.

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