Soapstone is a material that absorbs heat from the stove. This means that the heat is stored for a long time, even after the last embers have gone out. Thus the heat from the Soapstone stove lasts much longer than with a stove without Soapstone.
Soapstone is a natural material and therefore there are natural variations in the surface and structure of the stone. This means that each stone is a unique piece with the stove. A large number of our wood-burning stoves are fitted with Soapstone and the appearance varies from one to another. Below you can see our wood-burning stoves with Soapstone cladding.
Do you want to learn more about our variety of wood-burning stoves? Check out our catalogue of wood-burning stoves.
Soapstone is a material that has a good ability to accumulate heat. If you choose to invest in a Soapstone stove, you will therefore have a stove that retains heat for more than 12 hours after the fire has gone out. The heat from a Soapstone stove is also smoother and looks more pleasant compared to regular convection and radiant stoves. Soapstone is also a natural material. So it varies in appearance and if you choose a Soapstone-lined stove, you will have a stove with a unique appearance.
There are many advantages to choosing a Soapstone stove, which are listed below:
• Soapstone has a heat-accumulating effect and retains the heat long after the fire has gone out. Therefore a stove lined with Soapstone is an effective source of heating for your home.
• No two Soapstones are alike, which is why you will have a completely unique stove.
• Soapstone has an elegant appearance, which gives a unique impression to your decor.
• There are many different stoves in which Soapstone is used for cladding, so you can find the one that best suits your needs.