Where are Scandia stoves made?

Where are Scandia stoves made?

Australian-owned family business based in Melbourne, Victoria. Manufacturing wood and gas burning fireplaces and stoves for over 70 years.

Where are Scandia fireplaces made?

Proudly Australian Owned At Scandia, we know how to tame fire and we are experts in designing wood fires and stoves that thrive in Australian conditions. Our world class designs and commitment to quality are inspired by Scandinavian cultural values and the craftsmanship for which they are renowned.

What is the cleanest wood burning stove?

Liberty Wood Stove
Liberty Wood Stove At only 2.6 grams of emissions per hour, the Liberty is the cleanest burning large stove ever approved by the EPA. It’s also the largest stove made by Lopi.

Where are Kent heaters made?

Kent wood heaters are more efficient than ever and better for you and the environment. Our wood heaters are designed in Australia to burn hardwood and are tested to the most stringent of standards.

Where is Scandia from?

Scandinavia, historically Scandia, part of northern Europe, generally held to consist of the two countries of the Scandinavian Peninsula, Norway and Sweden, with the addition of Denmark.

Are Kent wood Heaters good?

Kent wood heaters are more efficient than ever and better for you and the environment. Our range of heaters burn up to 2 times cleaner than the national standard for emissions of 1.5g/kg. Plus, the increased efficiency means your heater will burn less fuel to heat up your entire home.

Where are Kent fires manufactured?

New Zealand
Designed in New Zealand, you can be guaranteed the highest quality product. This is backed by a 15 year firebox warranty on all indoor wood fires, a 12 month warranty on all other parts and on outdoor wood fires.

Are Scandia stoves right for me?

Scandia stoves are not the right choice for someone who’s new to wood burning or new to heating with a wood stove. Does this mean the stoves have zero use?

Is the Scandia 140 the right size for me?

We looked at the Scandia 140 and it seemed the perfect size for where it was to go. There is one little problem with our new heater and that is regardless of the quality of the wood you are burning, it will not burn overnight. It is a design fault and/or poor workmanship.

Can you remove the liners on a scandia firebox?

This has made removing the liners impossible. I emailed Scandia direct and was told that the firebox liners are a consumable item i.e they are known to warp therefore you have to keep on replacing them. Not what I expected and they should make that known when you purchase one.