Invincible Cast Iron Fireplaces
Cast iron stoves are made from molten iron that is poured into casts. These were the earliest closed combustion fireplaces, with a long history dating back many years. As technology advanced, welding opened up the way for newer types of stoves to be made. Steel stoves are made from sheets of steel that have been welded together. Both cast iron and steel stoves have advantages and disadvantages, from their appearance to their heating ability, longevity and price. Which is better? This question is not as clear-cut as it seems. There are many things to consider when investing in a wood burning fireplace, and material is just one thing that you will need to consider. Ultimately, the decision on which material to choose will largely come down to individual preferences and budget.