When it comes to choosing a new stove, you don’t just need to choose between a multi-fuel stove, or a wood burning stove. You also need to think about whether you want a steel stove, or a cast iron stove. And it can be a challenge to know which stove material would best suit your home, and your lifestyle. But here at JMS Stoves, we are Birmingham’s leading stove experts. As a result, we have produced this guide to the advantage of cast iron stoves.
Advantages of cast iron stoves
There are many advantages of cast iron stoves, and these include:
- stunning design
- robust and durable
- warming your home for longer
Although steel might be more contemporary than cast iron, cast iron stoves are available in a wide variety of designs and styles. From traditional stove designs, to ultra modern, sleek and stylish stoves, cast iron could be the perfect choice for any home.
Robust and durable
Cast iron stoves are robust and durable. They are not going to warp or bend with the heat of the fire, unlike some low quality steel stoves that are available from unscrupulous suppliers.
Cast iron stoves are also built to last. So you shouldn’t have to worry about repairs or damage, because these stoves are built for quality and longevity.
On a practical level, cast iron stoves can be a great option. This is because one of the biggest advantages of cast iron stoves is that they stay warm, long after the fire has been extinguished. This means that your home will get warm quickly, and then stay warm for a longer period of time. Especially when compared to a steel stove.
For more information or advice, get in touch with the experts today, here at JMS Stoves in Birmingham.