Vicenza designs modern pellet stove
Nov. 9, 2016 - Ultra-modern, Italian-designed Vicenza pellet stoves will be warming up Canadian and US homes this fall.
November 9, 2016 By Vicenza
Created to be the centerpiece of a home’s décor, Vicenza’s polished ceramic finishes, solid cast iron components and ultra-quiet operation allow homeowners to furnish their home with style, efficiency and comfort.
“Vicenza pellet stoves are an incredibly modern way to not only heat your home, but to also add to its overall aesthetic with the stove’s bold and European inspired design,” says Stephen Schroeter of Wolf Steel. “At home in a rustic cabin up north, or in a modern house in the heart of the city, Vicenza pellet stoves are becoming the focal point of owners’ homes because of their stunning designs.”
Powerful and able to comfortably heat an entire home, the Vicenza uses smart zone heating technology to distribute heat evenly throughout the house.
Unlike conventional pellet stoves, the Vicenza is ultra-quiet using variable fan motors and whisper quiet operation modes. The three different Vicenza models also utilize the latest in automation technology making for an entirely user-friendly experience right from the start.
“With convenient start-up, self-cleaning modes, onboard diagnostics and WiFi capable technical support, Vicenza is built from the ground up to be simple and straight forward to use,” says Schroeter. “The pellet fuel system is also more economical than non-renewable fuels such as oil, electricity or propane, making it a smart choice not only for its beauty but for its ability to reliably heat a home in the middle of winter.”
Vicenza pellet stoves are now available in Canada and the US. They are available in three stylish models – the V3.4, V4.5 and V5.2 with heating capabilities from 34,000 BTU’s to 52,000 BTU’s, depending on your needs.
For more information in the Vicenza pellet stoves, please visit www.VicenzaHome.com
It all began in 1976 when a small steel fabrication business launched by Wolfgang Schroeter started manufacturing steel railings in Barrie, Ont., Canada. At that time, no one could imagine the incredible future that lay ahead for Wolf Steel Ltd. Since the first wood stove rolled off the production line more than 35 years ago, Wolf Steel’s commitment was to be distinctive and successful in everything they do. Wolf Steel is North America’s largest privately owned manufacturer of quality wood and gas fireplaces (inserts and stoves), gourmet gas and charcoal grills, outdoor living products and a complete line of Heating & Cooling equipment and has been named one of Canada’s Top 50 Best Managed Companies, an annual distinction sponsored by CIBC World Markets, Deloitte, The National Post, Queen’s School of Business and CEO Forum.
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