If you have any info on that, I'm interested.
Also interested in your opinions and advice on hydro stoves (which we are considering installing in an apartment
of 4 rooms, 130 m2, 3m40 high ceiling.
Thank you very much
The best for high ceilings would be to have a heated floor.
I recommend at least a small buffer tank, but to see according to the volume.
A hydro pellet stove must "turn" at a minimum, 3-4 in a row, stop as much, and resume, etc ...
It is better that it is slightly undersized than "on" ...
It is not a boiler. a "pellet" overconsumes enormous the first 15 minutes ....
I only have 3.2m under the ceiling ....
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