What they depend on and how to assess them
Although pellet stoves may all look the same to the inexperienced, product price differences are not by chance. To assess quality, in our “Guide to purchasing a pellet stove”, we suggest considering two simple aspects: whether the stove is easy and no-fuss to use (how to program it, how to load it, how to clean it) and what it’s like when it’s working (noise, flame appearance). To make these assessments it is always recommended to physically see the product, preferably when lit.
It is important to see the stove in operation
MCZ outlets offer showrooms with a wide choice of models and one or two pellet stoves are often connected to the flue and are usually on in winter. Look for the outlet (or distributor) closer to you here then click on “discover the outlet”: you will find a list of displayed products with the indication of the ones that are on as well as being able to browse a list of events your area dealer takes part in.
Ask for a free site inspection
The price for a “bare” pellet stove is just a part of the final quote. Indeed, various other elements need to be added to this price and they may vary depending on the installation circumstances. The best way to assess these costs too is to contact a specialised dealer for a technical site inspection and a free quotation. This is a professional service that MCZ dealers offer free of charge and is necessary to assess all the unique features of your house and identify the best installation solution.
Choose your pellet stove
- Heat accumulation
- Forced ventilation
- Ducted air
- Room partition
- For confined spaces
- With top smoke outlet
- Use of old firebox
- For passive houses