The idea of snow-clad streets, a chill in the air and a cold winter might be pretty far away from your thoughts as of now, but pretty soon the freezing temperatures will be back, forcing you indoors. Summer is the perfect time to start thinking about getting the new home heating system that you always wanted, as there would be plenty of time to shop, install and get used to your new stove. And if you are searching for elegant, efficient and environment-friendly pellet-burning stoves, then it is hard to look past the latest exquisite series unveiled by MCZ.
The wonderful quartet includes a fabulous pellet stove completely made out of cast iron, a couple of ductable pellet stoves, and a cool forced ventilation pellet stove, with each one promising the perfect blend of form and functionality. We start off with Mood and Curve, the two ductable pellet stoves that seem ever so charming with their curved design and 100% airtight firebox, which reduces fuel consumption. Each of these is the perfect focal point for the contemporary living room, adding visual panache while heating several rooms at once thanks to a patented Comfort Air® system.
Finished off in an attractive two-tone color combination, the forced ventilation pellet stove Halo is another showstopper that offers faster ignition time, aesthetics that make it an ideal option for modern spaces, and an expanded ash drawer that you need to empty only once a week. Finally, there is Deco, our personal favorite because of its classic ‘English design’ and cast iron frame. If you want a traditional look with smart, energy-efficient performance, it is hard to look past Deco.