Jøtul, the specialist wood burning stove maker, supplies contemporary and traditional heating models for the domestic home.
Since 1853, Jøtul has become the leading manufacturer of cast-iron hearths, providing high quality and innovative designs to their satisfied customers.
The most environmentally-friendly way of heating a home, or even just one room, is by using a wood-burning stove. Add to this the economic savings and you can see why they continue to grow in popularity.
The skills and knowledge gained from over 150 years are used effectively as they bring new and exciting designs to the market. The latest to be launched is the F470 collection. The teardrop shape of these stoves is certainly an eye-catcher, a focal point in any home. They come in five models and are made from cast iron. Its signature feature is the curved-glass guillotine door, which slides effortlessly up and down, allowing easy access to the burn chamber.
Every model in this range has its differences, the Jøtul F473 includes a pedestal base and you could also add a rotating plate so the flames can be seen from every corner of the room by simply turning the stove. The Jøtul F475 conceals a storage area and projects a subdued flame, behind its opaque Black glass door.
Scan is the companys range of contemporary steel stoves, also available in a wide range of styles. Scan stoves are specially designed to use less fuel and always give a clear view of the fire; the stoves features and accessories can also be made to match home décor.
Whether choosing a Jøtul cast-iron or Scan steel wood-burning stove, each one is environmentally-neutral and makes optimal use of energy. These state-of-the-art stoves, Jøtul F373 and Scan 58-6, have each won the coveted Red Dot Design Award over the past 3 years and also meet all major international standards and environmental and legal requirements. Consumers can rest assured they are choosing to warm their home in the most stylish and greenest way possible.