What they depend on and how to assess them

Wood-burning stoves currently available on the market offer very varied designs and styles, from the most classical stoves in cast iron or earthenware to the most modern ones in steel. However, aesthetics is not the only aspect that influences the price of a wood-burning stove. Latest generation stoves, in fact, are designed to assure efficient and clean wood combustion, which in many cases is close to the performance of pellet models.

The quality of MCZ wood-burning stoves

In addition to offering refined and modern design, all models of MCZ wood-burning stoves are designed with high quality fireboxes that reach yields higher than 84% . That is why they are eligible for a number of energy saving benefits and their prices make them even more affordable.

The importance of the technical site inspection

The price for a “bare” wood-burning 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.

Who to contact for a quotation

By placing your request directly through this form, you will be able to ask directly for information, a quotation or a technical visit by the dealer closer to you. In this way you will get a clearer idea of the price of the wood-burning stove or stoves most suited to your specific case.

Choose your
wood stove

  • Convection
  • Heat accumulation
  • Ducted air
  • Wall
  • Corner
  • For confined spaces
  • With top smoke outlet
  • For passive houses
It enables to heat the room for up to 12 hours from the last load of firewood