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The fireplace should be a good and proper source for heat, for many years to come. It is therefore important to reflect on wishes and needs. Both location and heat release are important to consider when choosing fireplaces. Should it heat as much as possible, as long as possible or just create atmosphere in an otherwise well-insulated home?
What is Christmas without a fireplace? A grey and sad occasion, a dreary experience without magic or meaning. Imagine Christmas Day without that magical firelight falling over tired and happy children, over mothers who have finally taken off their finery, and over fathers who have sunk into their favourite chair with a good book and mince pies.
Heat retaining fireplaces provide both a smoother and more efficient heat. They differ from other types of appliances by releasing heat over a longer time, even after the fire has gone out. If you heat your house with a heat-storing fireplace, you save both money, the environment and have a more comfortable warmth.
This is how Nordpei's heat-storing fireplace works.
Have you heard about the roundest new product on the block this year? The ME stove from Nordpeis is small and elegant, yet big inside.
“It is important to us that the “Me” wood burning stove has design protection in Europe. Even the name is protected within the category of fireplaces. This gives the product a much higher value and ensures that no one can copy us”, says Stian Varre, general manager at Nordpeis AS.
Our fireplaces come in untreated concrete, and therefore the finish can vary from product to product. If you want a smoother surface with a concrete look, we recommend painting the fireplace with Northstar concrete paint for fireplaces.