Classics of today and tomorrow. MORSØ JERNSTØBERI has been producing some of the world's best cast iron heaters since 1853. For 5 generations, MORSØ has been making life warmer and cosier in homes worldwide. The ultimate combination of form and function.Due to the excellent properties of Morso cast iron, Morso is the only Danish stove manufacturer offering a 10-year warranty against casting and production defects. Morso has almost 150 years of experience with the manufacture of wood-burning stoves and has always been at the forefront of developing new stove types. You can always find a Morso stove which meets your specific needs in terms of design, size, stove type and output. A wood-burning stove from Morsø is more than the perfect heat source. It will become an integral part of your home, a solid piece of furniture and a warm and loyal friend that will give you many years of joy. For the same reason, we have over the years chosen to let recognised designers create some of our stoves to ensure their longevity – both in terms of quality and design.
Wood burning is the cheapest type of heating, even if you have to buy the wood. Compared to the cost of running an oil-fired central-heating system, you will save a minimum of 50 per cent. Even compared to electric and gas heating, wood burning also offers good value for money. Even if you have to buy the wood, a wood-burning stove will make financial sense compared to electricity, natural gas and oil. Depending on the current price, you will be able to reduce your heating bill by at least 50 per cent. A comfortable and fast form of heat Light your stove, and the heat from the stove will instantly make the room warm and cosy, whether it is direct radiated heat or the more evenly distributed convection heat.
When choosing your wood heater you need to look beyond design and features as several factors come into play. For you to have the best possible experience, the stove’s heating capacity must match the actual heating requirement. If you select a stove which is too big for your heating needs, you will need to reduce the air supply which will result in poor combustion so that soot accumulates within the stove and chimney. In other words, the fuel and the wood heater are poorly utilised.