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Jøtul has the world's biggest and most experienced network of dealers. They are happy to help you through the entire process of buying a fireplace. Whether you choose to do the job yourself or to take it to a dealer, there are certain things you should consider before getting started.
Jøtul has produced fireplaces from cast iron since 1853. This is an extremely suitable material that endures high temperatures and rapid changes in temperature. That's why Jøtul chooses cast iron for their fireplaces, just like car manufacturers use cast iron for their engines.
Fire has been important for human development. Among other things, it allowed our ancestors to move to colder regions, revolutionized the cooking and was important to keep the food rations.
Wondering where to place the fireplace or what shape to choose?
Interior designer Nina Kristin Svean shares her tips.
Jøtul received the award for "Export company of the year" during the Design Industry Conference 2017.
Soapstone is a traditional and beautiful material, and fits perfectly in classical as well as in modern interiors. It adds an exclusive touch to all fireplaces.
Here are a few things you can prepare before heading to your dealer for a new stove.
When the cold comes creeping up on you during the winter months it's good to have a fireplace that retains heat even after the wood has burned out.